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August 30, 2019

Czech Films at Festivals – September 2019

Czech Film Center is heading to the Toronto International Film Festival 2019. We’ll be based at the EFP Europe! Umbrella No. 24 at TIFF Industry Centre at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. If you would like to meet with us and get some information about

Movie Review: Dunkirk (2017)

Seventy-seven years after the fact, Christopher Nolan tells the World War II story you’ve never heard. Dunkirk is the gripping tale of Europe’s last best hope, stranded on the shores of France,
July 24, 2017

Movie Review: Baby Driver (2017)

Edgar Wright’s newest feature is a driving action film, about a getaway driver (Ansel Elgort) forced into a world of crime. Jam packed with stunts, quips and pop tunes galore, this is
June 26, 2017
Prague Noir Film Festival 2017

Prague Noir Film Festival 2017

King of cynics Humphrey Bogart, and master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock Humphrey Bogart’s cynicism, Robert Mitchum’s charm, Lizabeth Scott’s fragility, Alfred Hitchcock’s refinement, dark tales from Mexico, thrilling film trips in noir
June 22, 2017

Movie Review: Silence

Adapted from Shūsaku Endō ‘s compelling 1966 novel, ‘Silence’ is the tale of the struggle of the human spirit as much as it is about Jesuit Priests in the search for their
February 15, 2017

Movie Review: T2 Trainspotting

How to follow up the best British film of the nineties? One of the more unlikely sequels ( a well documented falling out between director and star seemed to put an end
February 7, 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: Hail Caesar!

The Coen brothers go behind the scenes in 1950s Hollywood The Coen brothers have had a long history of making popular cult films that are both aesthetically pleasing and character driven, and
March 4, 2016

Movie review: Brooklyn

A strong lead performance and a low key script boost an immigrant’s tale By the 1950s, the waves of Irish immigrants to the US had slowed a bit from what it had
February 26, 2016
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