Jojo Rabbit review – Taika Waititi’s inventive WWII satire is hilarious

Taika Waititi's new film is a creative take on WWII misery and is absolutely hilarious at times, as it is upsetting, and unfortunately that does mean it's a little tonally off, but its strength is in its children - they drive this film. And the debut performance of Roman Griffin Davis as the lovable Nazi-obsessed 'Jojo' is one of the most memorable of the year.

Jojo Rabbit trailer – see lots of Prague in Taika Waititi’s new WWII satire

The Prague filmed Jo Jo Rabbit finally gets its first trailer, and it's full of familar streets, buildings and countryside in and surrounding the Czech capital.

In photos: the story of Prague Studios

Prague Studios is one of the largest film and television production studios in the Czech Republic and sees a multitude of local and international talent pass through its doors on a day to day basis. I recently took a tour to get a feel for the place, and was treated to some surprising titbits about the complex's intriguing history.