Have you seen Fleabag? The ingeniously hilarious and true-to-life series by the talented Phoebe Waller-Bridge? Then get your shit together because the live West End show will screen in Prague’s Kino Aero this September.
This year in Prague’s gloriously tacky and low-brow Shockproof Film Festival, catch an eclectic mix of old and new, and trash and treasure. From John Carpenter and The Blob to brutal manga horror and Lords of Chaos, missing this festival is the most stupid thing you could do this year.
Alfonso Cuarón’s award-winning new film Roma will screen in Prague’s Kino Aero along with some of the director’s most noteworthy titles.
Prague’s Kino Aero will celebrate its 20th anniversary in February with a number of special film screenings and film related events.
Prague’s Kino Aero will screen new films The Shape of Water and Star Wars: The Last Jedi on New Year’s Eve this year.
The crazed and controversial German industrial outfit Rammstein will have their ground-breaking 2012 Paris concert shown in special screenings on March 23 at 20:30 in Kino Aero, Kino Svetozor, and Bio OKO.
Probably one of the most fun and tongue-in-cheek festivals in Prague. From Tuesday 28/02 – Sunday 05/03, the Shockproof Film Festival (Festival otrlého diváka) is dedicated to filth, schlock, comedy, horror, B-grade, X-rated – the most bizarre titles from ancient cult classics to present day. In its 13th year, the festival has a whole new host of titles to offer the eager cinema goer, as well as some old faithfuls. It’s an insanely interactive festival. Almost like a 21st century rebirth of the classic ‘Cinema of Attractions’.
Jim Jarmusch, the king of indie film, returns with Paterson – a film about a bus driving poet named Paterson in the small poetic town of… Paterson, New Jersey. Jarmusch captures the monotony and charm of small town life, as well as the eccentric characters that make for some lovely poetry.
To celebrate the Jarmuschness of Jim, Prague’s Kino Aero is showing a number of the indie king’s films in late December.