Prague Shorts 2018 programme now up – weightlifters, hangovers and sex for beginners

The 15th Prague Short Film Festival is upon us again, and this year's diverse programme of films from all over the globe, both in and out of competition, is now up. From Ingmar Bergman to Amazonian women, and virtual reality to sex for beginners, there's a treat for everyone here.

Suspiria review – Guadagnino’s superb ‘horror epic’ is a must see

The new Suspiria is more of a rebirth than a remake. A spellbinding ambitious art film that cleverly, albeit brutally, assaults the senses with its nightmarish imagery and explores unrelenting violence. The violence that occurs through abuses of power, both with politics and with women. It feels as timely today as it would have been confined within the wall of 1970s' Berlin, which is where this very feminist horror epic takes place.

Bohemian Rhapsody review – a textbook ‘band film’ redeemed by Rami Malek

Bohemian Rhapsody is a formulaic band movie that struggles to get Queen's story off the ground in an original and captivating way, but the Live Aid finale almost makes the whole thing worthwhile - it's that and Rami Malek's stupendous performance that save this film.

Mezipatra 2018 – Prague’s queer film festival programme is now up

The 19th Mezipatra Queer Film Festival is fast approaching and the festival has just released their programme along with this year's theme, 'Beyond Reality', which promises to fully immerse audiences in fantasy and vivid imagination.