Barrandov general director Vladimir Kuba has been ousted after more than three years at the Czech Republic's largest and oldest studio due to tensions over marketing, film tax incentives and delays…
Former Czech President Vaclav Havel's actress wife, Dagmar, is quitting her lead role in the play "Leaving," which Havel wrote for her, for health reasons, just two weeks before it's due to open.
Don't blame "G.I. Joe" for Prague's traffic headaches.
Central European Media Enterprises, owner of a broadcast network spanning six countries in the region, has boosted net revenue in the first quarter of this year by 51% over this time last year to…
Alice Nellis' comedy "Little Girl Blue," about a romantically frustrated housewife, played by Czech alt-pop star Iva Bittova, won the Golden Kingfisher in the Pilsen Finale, the Czech Republic's…
The Pilsen Finale Festival, the Czech Republic's main fest, opened Monday with a salute to documentary filmmaker Vaclav Taborsky and his 1968 work "History of 8."
The Czech Republic's Karlovy Vary Film Festival will honor veteran helmers Nicholas Roeg and Arturo Ripstein with tributes, officials announced Tuesday, adding that both are expected to be present.
An Estonian film banned at home has scored the main prize at Prague's most popular film gala, Febiofest. The award may help the pic, "Magnus," to be released at home.
Czech audiences, like most around the world, like to see themselves on television -- but are quite curious about U.S. and Western European pop culture at the same time. Prima TV might try to exploit…
After trading his life in the theater for one in politics when the 1989 Velvet Revolution carried him to the Czech Republic presidency, Vaclav Havel is returning to the stage -- with a piece that…