Karlovy Vary International Film Festival has joined We Are One: A Global Film Festival, which will feature over 100 films co-curated by 21 prolific festivals, hailing from 35 countries, in addition to master classes, VR content and musical performances over a 10-day digital event starting May 29.
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival to screen films across 96 Czech cinemas this year
The recently cancelled Karlovy Vary International Film Festival has organised the quarantine-friendly alternative KVIFF at Your Cinema film event which will see 16 films screen in 96 cinemas across the Czech Republic from July 3 – 11.
Jiří Mádl’s ‘On the Roof’ is now available to watch on Netflix
Jiří Mádl’s heartfelt 2019 film On the Roof is now available to stream on Netflix in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Jonah Hill’s ‘Mid90s’ getting a Czech release this summer
The long awaited indie skate drama Mid90s will finally get a run in Czech cinemas this July after it screens at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
Prague Shorts 2018 programme now up – weightlifters, hangovers and sex for beginners
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.
King Skate review – Czechoslovak history through the eyes of skate legends
Šimon Šafránek’s new documentary King Skate is a playful and thought-provoking look at Czechoslovak history through the freedom of skateboarding… plus the soundtrack is awesome.
Climax review – you’ll never drink sangria again
Climax is one of the most disturbing films I’ve seen in a while. Visually captivating, entertaining, and truly horrific at times.
KVIFF 2018: I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians review
This year’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival winner is a highly original and unconventional story of politics and convenient ignorance. Barbarians is a fascinating piece of modern cinema, executed with impeccable precision and rarely has a dull moment.
KVIFF 2018: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote review – frustrating but fun
Terry Gilliam’s epic passion project has a promising start that’s grounded in reality and full of laughs, but in the director’s typical style, eventually becomes messy and incoherent, even if it is stunning to look at.
BlacKkKlansman review – Spike Lee holds a mirror up to America
Not only is Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman unbelievably stylish and packed with wit and comedic ingenuity, but it’s also a detailed and unabashedly brutal study of American history.