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.
The Prague International Film Festival aka Febiofest will celebrate a landmark 25 years this year with a class selection of new films, as well as some golden oldies. In addition to the festival's epic programme, there will also be workshops, masterclasses and a host of other noteworthy events. Tickets and passes are now on sale.
The Scandi Film Festival brings us the best of modern and classic Scandinavian cinema and this year, proudly boasts three classic Ingmar Bergman films to celebrate the great Swedish auteur's would be 100th birthday.
Prague's Kino Lucerna is one of the most beautiful and historical cinema complexes in the Czech Republic, and also the world.
The 18th Mezipatra Queer Film Festival is upon us and as always, promises to be an exciting and diverse week of films, debates, and parties based around the LGBTI community. The festival will take place in Prague from November 2 - 9, and in Brno from November 10 - 17.
Currently screening at Prague's Be2Can, The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a wild, unconventional, and wholly unpredictable horror film with tremendous psychological depth, which somehow blends seamlessly with director Yorgos Lanthimos' signature quickfire wit and dialogue.
The fourth edition of the Be2Can Film Festival is coming this October and promises to be another year rich in diverse titles and broad cinema discussion. Be2Can brings the best of the best from the top European festivals in Berlin, Venice, and of course Cannes.