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André Crous


How to get your face onscreen

The Prague Film School offers intensive, comprehensive training for aspiring film, TV actors Located in a nearly 1,000-year-old building on Pštrossova Street in Prague’s New Town, the Prague Film School (PFS) prides
February 17, 2017
Movie review: The Book Thief

Movie review: The Book Thief

One of the worst World War II films that have ever seen the light of day There is something sadistic about the industry inflicting movies on us on a near-annual basis that
November 13, 2016

Movie review: Deadpool

Postmodern overload knocks out ultraviolent superhero movie’s ability to tell a compelling story Deadpool flips the script in its opening scene already. The camera smoothly glides between bodies suspended in mid-air, tracking
February 12, 2016

Movie review: By the Sea

Intimate story of crumbling relationship, directed by Angelina Jolie (Pitt), is pure self-indulgence for director, not the viewer Do you remember the scene in Quentin Tarantino’s World War II–set Inglourious Basterds in
November 19, 2015

‘The Way Out’ wins big

Petr Václav’s film receives most Czech Lion awards; ‘Fair Play’ gets snubbed It was supposed to be Andrea Sedláčková’s night. Her film, Fair Play, had not only been submitted to the Academy
February 22, 2015
red card

Zeman makes protesters see red

Crowd in Prague indicates they are ashamed of Czech president Large posters and loud voices alike proclaimed “Zemane do koše!” (Throw Zeman in the bin!). “I Am Ashamed of My President” read
November 17, 2014

Giving Zeman the red card

On Nov. 17, Czech protesters will express their disdain for and disappointment in head of state Update: For pictures from the event held Nov. 17, click here. The date is heavy with meaning,
November 16, 2014

The lives of Nicholas Winton

A young man’s holiday to Czechoslovakia in 1938 saves the lives of hundreds of children It was confirmed last week that Sir Nicholas Winton will indeed be coming to Prague at the
October 17, 2014
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