Now you can combine outdoor binge drinking and watching movies - win win. Brought to you by your friendly neighbourhood cinema BIO OKO and Stromovous Cafe, check out the May programme for Výstaviště Holešovice's Summer Outdoor Cinema which includes some of the best films to hit Czech cinemas in the past year.
A high school disaster film fuelled by wonderfully quirky performances (from big names) and psychedelic animation. My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea is as whimsical and original as its name. It's Daria meets Titanic.
Opening the Crème de la Crème French film weekend last night was The Unknown Girl - an official selection at Cannes last year that sees a young doctor obsess over the murder of a girl near her office.
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!
RAW is much more than a marketing campaign for gore and horror, it's a fiercely original and well-directed coming-of-age piece, with some subtle nods to feminism... and some not so subtle nods to cannibalism.
The Zookeeper's Wife, another addition to the holocaust genre that had potential to be fiercely original and thought-provoking, but just ends up being another Anthropoid.
Now in its second year, Weird Europe in Bio OKO is dedicated to the twisted and deranged films at the centre of Europe's artistic heart. Presented by Aleš Stuchlý & Vít Schmarc, the festival boasts fresh titles that'll strike a chord deep within your tortured soul, as well as accompanying introductions and talks.