FAMU

V srpnu 1968 jsme se báli, jestli nás Čechy odvezou na Sibiř

Kristina Vlachová, dokumentaristka, scenáristka.

Kristina Vlachová, dokumentaristka a scenáristka, se odjakživa věnovala tématům o totalitě, natočila dokumenty o Grebeníčkovi či o politických vězních. V rozhovoru říká, že to bylo i fyzicky vyčerpávající, ale že je ráda, že se s nimi potkala.

Jak předejít kulturnímu šoku? Vysokoškolákem nanečisto.

„Mladí lidé mají studovat to, co chtějí. Musí je to bavit, musejí z toho mít...

Gymnazisté si rok před maturitou zkoušejí týden na univerzitě. Jejich zážitky stojí za zaznamenání.

Martin Rychlík 20.6.2012

Prague Photo shows growing range of Czech photography

By The Ways by Milan Jaroš, 2011

Czech photography’s major showcase has a new home and kicks off a month of exhibitions ranging from the classic to the cutting edge

Going underground: early Plastic People footage compiled on new DVD

DVD includes unpolished but valuable live recordings of Plastic People of the Universe, short films featuring, among others, Václav Havel 

Put on your ‘Sneakers’ and run for some Bulgarian films

True stories of online dating inspired the plot of ‘Love.net’

A new generation of filmmakers is bringing Bulgarian cinema out of obscurity and onto the world stage

Polish director to shoot film about Czech martyr

Agnieszka Holland, right, and her daughter Kasia Adamik (who is also a director), at the September 2009 Czech premiere of her historical movie ‘Jánošík’ in Prague

Director Agnieszka Holland, whose Holocaust drama ‘In Darkness’ is an Oscar contender, will tackle the story of Czech icon Jan Palach

Famufest photography showcases student work

‘Heroes’ by Adéla Leinweberová

Five Prague shows linked with FAMU photography students trace some routes being taken in Czech and international photography

Iconic Czech film director Otakar Vávra dies aged 100

Controversial director Otakar Vávra, seen here when guest of honor this year’s Summer Film School at Uherské Hradiště, was awarded the Czech Lion (Český lev) for his contribution to Czech culture

Otakar Vávra, “the father of Czech cinema,” directed over 50 films and taught the craft to generations of filmmakers at Prague’s FAMU

Czech caped crusader SuperVacláv unmasked?

Could a 36-year-old Czech children’s camp organizer be behind the mask?

Self-proclaimed Czech vigilante superhero waging war on bad manners may in fact be nothing more than a guerilla marketer

Brian Kenety 25.10.2011

Kusturica among star draws at 37th Summer Film School

Filmmaker Emir Kusturica brought his No Smoking Orchestra to Uherské Hradiště

Famous Uherské Hradiště summer film school this year focuses on Romanian and post-WWII French film, and ‘War on Terror’ themes

Czech FAMU named world’s No.7 best film school

Men from the village were lined up to be executed

Prague’s Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) named top film school in Europe by The Hollywood Reporter

‘Czech Dream’ team tackles cars, kimchi in ‘Nošovice!’

The sale of land for the Hyundai factory wasn’t always a pleasant affair

Vít Klusák’s new film examines the impact of the building of a Hyundai automobile plant on a rural village in North Moravia

Prague Photo launches month of photography

From the series “In the Woods” (V lese) by Michaela Čejková

Enjoying its strongest attendance ever, Prague Photo displays a broad range of both established and up-and-coming photographic talent

Czech Point Denver puts its stamp on the Mile High City

A scene from Opera Colorado's production of Rusalka

From “Rusalka” to the “Fireman’s Ball” to a Kafka ice show, Denver gets a large and varied dose of Czech cultural riches

Czech Grand Design award winners show their wares

Hana Zárubová’s Fix-You collection uses all black materials such as neoprene

Three winners of the Czech Grand Design awards — whose work is now on display — shed light on their art and their careers