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Film Festival: Filmasia hits 10 years

Sci-fi epic ‘Snowpiercer’ is among the highlights of the Asian film festival Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1

Director openly mocks the audience with a flat, unresolved storyline, because apparently buying two tickets is better than buying one Add a comment
 

Getting a sunburn inside the theater

First Aussie Film Festival in Prague presents some widely acclaimed features Add a comment
 

Movie review: Fury

David Ayer’s World War II film has a dose of the infernal as it shows what has usually gone unsaid: good guys also have to kill Add a comment
 

Parlez-vous anglais?

An overview of the upcoming Festival of French Film and some of its English-friendly movies Add a comment
 

Seven movies that show the Berlin Wall

Although very real, the symbol of a divided city was captured in many a fiction film Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him

Told from husband’s point of view, story of a breakup is at times moving but has too little going for it Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Her

Told from wife’s point of view, story of a breakup has nebulous focus on inert central character Add a comment
 

Movie review: Interstellar

This year’s big space epic tries to fly too close to the sun, does not live up to expectations Add a comment
 

On the verge of a nervous breakdown? ‘¡Olé!’

Discover the flamboyance of Argentina’s films and cuisine at a special screening of audience favorite ‘Wild Tales’ Add a comment
 

Movie review: Let’s Be Cops

Best friends and fellow losers decide to pretend to be cops, because what could go wrong? Add a comment
 

Movie review: Maps to the Stars

This map leads to a journey criticizing the absurdity of Hollywood stars Add a comment
 

Love is love

Fifteenth edition of the Mezipatra Queer Film Festival showcases award-winning films that will get people thinking Add a comment
 

Movie review: A Walk Among the Tombstones

Liam Neeson plays a recovering alcoholic in 1999 who fears nothing, not even Y2K Add a comment
 

Best documentaries crowned in Jihlava

Annual festival awards films from around the world, gives lifetime achievement award to Godfrey Reggio Add a comment
 

Czech film wins big prize in Berlin

Made-for-television film ‘Eights’ is named Best European TV Drama by Prix Europa Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Judge

Robert Downey Jr. plays a fast-talking lawyer who goes back to his home town to deal with the past Add a comment
 

Movie review: John Wick

Too much shooting, not enough character in tailor-made Keanu Reeves action vehicle Add a comment
 

Real life in Jihlava

The 18th edition of the annual international documentary film festival kicks off Thursday, Oct. 23 Add a comment
 

Movie review: Dracula Untold

Vlad the Impaler sucks the blood of his enemies, but we can barely see him Add a comment
 

Review: 20,000 Days on Earth

A day in the life of cult musician Nick Cave is for fans only Add a comment
 

Movie review: Annabelle

The doll is back, and this time the prince of darkness has joined up with her Add a comment
 

English-friendly films at Be2Can

We point out the four works at the festival of festivals accessible to those who don’t understand the Czech subtitles Add a comment
 

Review: Star Wars Rebels

Disney's hand not so heavy in new animated series Add a comment
 

New film about Václav Havel to be released soon

Andrea Sedláčková’s documentary expected to show former president’s life from beginning to end Add a comment
 

Movie review: Gone Girl

Disappearance in the Show-Me State sets off an investigation that shows us some nasty scenes from a marriage Add a comment
 

Adrien Brody is in the Czech Republic

Oscar-winning actor stars in ‘Emperor,’ currently in production in Český Krumlov Add a comment
 

Festival: Nordic Film Autumn

Science fiction, crime, comedies and a musical show what is happening up north Add a comment
 

Movie review: I Origins

Science, religion meet in this second film by ‘Another Earth’ helmer Mike Cahill Add a comment
 

Movie review: Nymphomaniac: Volumes I and II (director’s cut)

The 5½-hour uncut and uncensored version of Lars von Trier’s controversial film is smooth but hardcore Add a comment