Now in its 52nd year, the Czech Republic's A-list film festival will run from June 30 - July 8 and boasts another impressive selection of international films competing for the prestigious Grand Prix Globe, and a host of other awards.
Both Clive Owen (Children of Men) and Tom Felton (Harry Potter) have recently been spotted in downtown Prague after joining the production of Ophelia, currently being filmed in Prague.
French / Polish director Roman Polanski will present his new drama Based on a True Story starring Eva Green at Cannes Film Festival this year between May 17 - 28.
Cannes has a massive line-up of exciting films this year including the latest from Austrian director Michael Haneke, Happy End. Could this film win Hanneke his third Palm d' Or in a row?
From April 27 - April 30, Film Europe's Crème de la Crème showcases French spectacles of modern cinema in Prague cinemas Kino Lucerna and Kino Evald. This year includes festival darlings like The Unknown Girl, Nocturama, and The Innocents. Scroll down for recommendations and the full programme. All recommended films have English friendly screenings, but check before you book!
Another politically relevant film released at the tail-end of last year. I, Daniel Blake is a sometimes brutally honest portrayal of working class Britain. A carefully paced narrative that really lets you sink your teeth into Blake's life and struggle, and leaves you as a somewhat bittersweet anarchist ready to vandalise a local government building. Daniel Blake is a working class carpenter superhero.