Natalie Portman soars as troubled pop star 'Celeste' in Vox Lux.
Isle of Dogs has all the wit, charm, and 'vintageness' of a typical Wes Anderson film, but slightly lacks in substance compared to its predecessors.
Loving Vincent sets a new benchmark for film-making with its stunning and completely oil painted portrayal of the troubled artist's final days.
The award-winning queer film 120 BPM will premiere on the 30th November in Prague's Kino Světozor.
Tom of Finland is a surprisingly light-hearted biopic of the artist behind the revolutionary Tom of Finland cartoons. A good opener for the 18th Mezipatra Queer Film Festival and a strong foundation for this year's 'Be Your Own Champion' motto.
Despite not having a wide range of generic horror movies, and not being a country that traditionally celebrates Halloween, the Czech Republic's film industry is still known for its wholly original and bizarre taste in film and animation. From the influential and undeniably creepy animations of Karel Zeman and Jan Svankmajer to the philosophical and truly bizarre works in the Czech New Wave era of cinema, these titles will get you in the mood.
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver is an interesting piece of contemporary film. It markets itself as an ultra cool car chase film, but in reality is more of an entertaining love epic / musical. It's sweet as hell, and stylish as f*ck, but it was missing that trademark Wright humour that we've grown to love.