Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest 2017 – Picnic at Hanging Rock, Ali’s Wedding and more

Prague's Aussie and Kiwi Film Festival is now in its fourth year and continues to showcase the best of the best in feature films, documentaries, and short films that Australia and New Zealand have to offer. This year's festival will take place from the 16th-22nd of November in Prague's Kino Lucerna and Kino Ponrepo.

Taiwanese Film Festival in Kino Lucerna

From May 10 - 14, Prague's magnificent Kino Lucerna will host the Taiwanese Film Festival. The programme this year focuses on the films of award-winning director Mong-Hong Chung, including his new film Godspeed.

Crème de la Crème: The Unknown Girl review – a doctor’s obsession

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.

Crème de la crème IV – Exhibition of French films

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!

Filmasia Festival 2016 programme

Filmasia 2016 is currently happening in the regal Kino Lucerna and goes through to Sunday the 10th. This year the popular festival features a number of extremely diverse and outstanding titles from South Korea, China, Taiwan and Japan. Zombies, assassins and epic love stories. Check out some programme recommendations below.

Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest 2016 programme

The Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest is kicking off this weekend in Prague and there’s a tasty helping of titles to sink your teeth into. From the 18th to the 23rd of November in cinemas Kino Lucerna and Kino Ponrepo, delve into international hits like Taika Waititis’s Hunt for the Wilderpeople, classics like Australian Wake in Fright, or check out the short film programme in Ponrepo. Both Australia and New Zealand have a thriving and diverse film industry that needs constant attention, especially in countries like the Czech Republic where we share much of the same taste and cynical sense of humour.