Culture

Exhibition: 1989: Fall of the Iron Curtain

The exhibition in the Summer Palace and the surrounding garden is devoted to the year…

Screenshot, a New Space for Prague Film Connoisseurs

Screenshot, opening in September 2019, is best described as a screening room, where you not…

Portuguese and Czech Artists Celebrate Revolution

Portoguese and Czech artists are celebrating democracy and freedom of expression won by the revolution…

Archaeologists Find Mass Grave at Nazi Camp in Czech Republic

Archaeologists have uncovered a mass grave at the site of a former Nazi concentration camp…

Czech Movie “The Painted Bird” Wins Cinema for UNICEF Award

The Czech-Ukrainian Second World War drama, shot in black-and-white and nearly three hours long, had…

Exhibition to Commemorate 30th Anniversary of Velvet Revolution Opens in New York

The Czech Center New York together with its partners have prepared a rich and varied…

Kino Evald – Watch Films in an Intimate Atmosphere

Cinema club Evald is a small, classy cinema – it is in the Prague city center, has…

7 Great Films That Feature Prague
Prague is often used as a shooting location, even for films that don’t take place…
The Medieval Skeleton Found at Prague Castle

Used as a propaganda tool by the Nazis and Soviets during the Second World War…

August 21, 1968: Lost Images of Prague

Fifty-one years ago on 21 August, Milan Linhart reached for his camera as Soviet tanks…