Helmers Ulrike Franke and Michael Loeken's "Losers and Winners" took film honors at the One World documentary fest in Prague on Thursday.
Building on the growing domination of the Czech terrestrial market, Central European Media Enterprises announced 2006 revenues were up 50% year on year to $603.1 million on operating income up $88.5…
"I Served the King of England" was crowned with four kudos at the Czech Lions Mar. 3, restoring a measure of glory to Oscar-winning helmer Jiri Menzel ("Closely Watched Trains," 1966), and reviving…
A scandal at pubcaster Czech TV may cost station topper Jiri Janacek his career if unions get their way.
The top echelon of pubcaster Czech Television has been haunted by political skeletons from the country's communist past.
Czech pop composer and former rock star Karel Svoboda, who scored dozens of films and musicals over four decades, was found dead at his home in Jevany, Czech Republic, apparently from a…
It may yet prove a blip, but Czech exhibs, like those in France, are cautiously celebrating the return of auds following a report of the best B.O. numbers since 2004, when ticket prices were nearly…
The resignation of the Czech Republic's culture minister, documaker Helena Trestikova, has given the week-old coalition government its first public tarnishing.
Milos Forman is back in his native Prague to direct jazz opera "Dobre placena prochazka" (A Well Paid Walk) at the Czech National Theater with his sons, Matej and Petr.
The eighth Slovak film fest wrapped Saturday with helmer Royston Tan's "4:30" picking up the award for film while Amat Escalante won the director's honor for Mexican/French co-production "Sangre."
Prague's Barrandov Studios execs were looking visibly relieved at the opening of their new $9 million soundstage Monday, just in time for "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" to move in for six…