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Starting on 19 November, film lovers and Francophiles alike are invited to join the 23rd French Film Festival in their first-ever online event. At 20:30 (8:30 pm) from 19 November to 25 November, The French Film Festival will hold screenings of seven different films utilizing the Dafilms.cz platform. In addition to the seven film screenings, festival guests will have the opportunity to watch the documentary, Solo,directed by Artemio Benki. Not to mention, there will also be an additional five short films available for free. From 19 November to 22 November the French Film Festival will be screening: 19 Nov – Aznavour by Charles (Le regard de Charles) directed by Marc di Domenico This documentary is compiled of footage shot byRead more.

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By: Kristyna Jandova PRAGUE –  A black trunk stuffed with family memorabilia from a Holocaust survivor that sat untouched for decades  in Britain tells the story of a Jewish family’s life in the pre-war Czechoslovakia before most of them perished during the Holocaust. The exhibition “No Night So Dark” in the modern architectural landmark, the Winternitz villa, uses letters, photos, postcards and other documents (translated into three languages) to give visitors a feel for what life was like for the well-to-do Wels family in the First Republic before the outbreak of World War II. “Though complex and seemingly chaotic, the family’s stories seek to help the modern viewer better understand the turbulent times and tragic histories that are fading into time,” saidRead more.

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29th: Tuesday Korean-Japanese Food Celebration at Lucerna starting at 17:00. Ticket is 200kc incl. Welcome drink. Can’t travel to Asia? Then let at least part of Asia come to you! This cross-cultural cuisine takeover will take place at Lucerna, with offerings from kim-chi to sushi, offering an immersive getaway from our European confines. Explore what they have to offer tomorrow and mesmerize your palette with some new and traditional Asian cuisine. 30th: Wednesday Classical Performance from the Czech National Symphony Orchestra They’re historical – they’re grandiose – they’re classical. The Czech National Symphony Orchestra has proven that nothing can keep them from picking up their violin bows and preparing their instruments for a show, even COVID-19. They’ve played throughout theRead more.