Days of European Film (DEF) cooked up a colorful program for Prague citizens by implementing the lost spark of joy and happiness in their busy city lives. The festival will run for four days in various cinematic locations in megapolis from April 6, 2022, to April 10, 2022.  Spectaculars can also catch the DEF in other cities in the Czech Republic, including Ostrava and Brno, later this week. Yet, the fabulous and intriguing performances will be only in Prague, as it is the main character of the festival. It is not a coincidence that other cities are taking part in the Days of European Film. The town participants will compete in the music films and movies debuts.  ‘Music, noises, sounds’…Read more.

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Feeling like checking out a movie? We put together a list of our favorite Czech movie recommendations that might tell you quite a bit about the Czech culture or simply gift you with a lovely evening! Kolya (1996) This Czech drama won the Academy Award for the “Best Foreign Language Film” and the Golden Globe Award for the “Best Foreign Language Film.”  Jan Svěrák, a notable director, stands behind the creation of the movie in which his father Zdeněk Svěrák, a well-known script-writer, played one of the main characters. The sequence of events starts in 1988 when the Soviet bloc is beginning to disintegrate. František Louka is an average Czech bachelor who has just lost his job as a concertRead more.

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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.