Průzkum Lidových novin ukázal, jak zoufale se Čechům nedostává velkých idolů. Takových osobností, na něž by mohli být hrdí.
The spirit of Prague’s vibrant early 20th century intellectual world lives on in the Czech capital’s historic cafés
Czech film festival Finále Plzeň introduces work of neighboring countries for the first time, zooms in on Poland
Landmark in Miloš Forman’s life (his 80th birthday) is a chance to see works from a golden age of Czechoslvak graphic design
The 14th French film fest offers Czech audiences medieval battles and coming-of-age stories, as well as clones and killer clowns
The Conference of the Birds, an exquisite new book by writer and illustrator Peter Sís, offers his take on an ancient Persian legend
Otakar Vávra, “the father of Czech cinema,” directed over 50 films and taught the craft to generations of filmmakers at Prague’s FAMU
A new documentary provides an in-depth and personal look at the American life and career of Czech theater legend Jiří Voskovec
Now in its third year, the first Czech festival celebrating the art of cinematography is mixing genres in former industrial venues
From 1930s’ avant-garde Prague film studio to Nazi and Communist propaganda machine, Barrandov Studios has suffered for art’s sake
Přechodné bydliště Miloše Formana, Arthura Millera a Jimiho Hendrixe má nového majitele.
Prague’s Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) named top film school in Europe by The Hollywood Reporter
Theatre World Brno is devoted to Peter Brook, but his filmmaker son Simon also has close and longstanding ties to Czech culture
From “Rusalka” to the “Fireman’s Ball” to a Kafka ice show, Denver gets a large and varied dose of Czech cultural riches