By Ryan Keating-Lambert Ari Aster's much-anticipated Midsommar will come to Czech cinemas early August thanks to Aerofilms. After the director's critically acclaimed debut horror film Hereditary, Midsommar brings Aster's new vision of horror to the big screen this summer. The film sees a young American couple travel to a mysterious midsummer festival in Sweden to help save … Continue reading Midsommar – new horror from the director of ‘Hereditary’ coming to Czech cinemas
To celebrate its landmark 20th anniversary, Prague's Mezipatra Queer Film Festival recently announced that they have kicked off the summer with their new LGBTQ film distribution label Queer Kino.
It's been a while, almost a year I think. A while since I've made a post like this. Something that is finally NOT news, festival or review related. It was getting a bit much recently and I definitely needed a break from the daily grind... and it feels phenomenal. Just me, balcony, two lazy cats and a shit load of cheap red from my local potraviny.
The big budget and long-awaited Prague-shot series Carnival Row finally gets a trailer and release date.
Next Monday the 3rd of June, Cinergy Praha will present a special screening of Paul Thomas Anderson classic Punch-Drunk Love with British film critic Neil Young.
Three brothers separated at birth are reunited by pure chance - it's got to be one of the most remarkable stories you've ever heard in the media, but what drives documentary Three Identical Strangers is just how mind-boggling and cinematic the backstory is.
Pamela Anderson is on the cover of the latest issue of Vogue Czechoslovakia in a photoshoot inspired by classic Czechoslovak film Who Wants to Kill Jessie?