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This is weird. In my notes for Friday, I have headings for “Judengasse” and “Hoher Market” but no actual notes; then under the heading “Albertina” I have copious notes for that museum’s retrospective of the 20th century South African artist William Kentridge. But the only thing I remember was one fragment of an 8-part film installation called “I Am Not Me, The House Is Mine”. It sounded like a Talking Heads song, but in fact it was the transcript from Nikolai Bukharin’s Feb. 26, 1937 Communist Party Central Committee Plenary Trial. In it the purged Communist begs to be given 25 years in Siberia instead of a death sentence, before a jeering crowd presided over by Stalin. “But you mustRead more.

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Even during strict lockdowns, there is an opportunity to enjoy films in a comfortable, fun, and safe way. Autokino Strahov invites everybody to the cinephile trip! Rocketman Sex, drugs, rock ‘n’ roll? Don’t forget about the family problems, heartbreaks, and lots of pop music Reginald Dwight (Taron Egerton), a local musician, leaves his hometown to achieve his dream of becoming famous. He experiences different obstacles, such as gigs in smoky bars and drug addiction, to become one and only Elton John. This is a bright film made in the best traditions of biopics with a great soundtrack. The VVitch: A New-England Folktale Atmospheric horror about Satanism and dark forces Director Robert Eggers, who released one of the best films inRead more.

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What’s happening in Prague this week? A full list of lockdown-friendly events to mark in your calendar for this week! February 1st (Virtual Interview) Masterclass with James McAvoy presented by Edinborough Youth Theatre. Starts at 21:00 CET and tickets are donation-based. Jame McVoy is an actor across series and movies, holding notable roles in Hollywood hits like the X-Men series, psychological thriller Split, and the remake of the classical tale Frankenstein. The Scottish-born actor will be sitting down today with Scottish Actor Shauna Macdonald, presented by the Edinborough Youth Theatre. This masterclass will answer a live Q&A from the audience as well as offer an insight into the cinematic industry. Tickets are donation-based! February 2nd (Virtual Workshop) Introduction to PythonRead more.