The Czech Film and Television Academy has selected the theatrical version of HBO Europe’s “Burning Bush” as its Oscar entry in the foreign-language category. Agnieszka Holland’s drama centers on…
The showbiz infrastructure is well-developed in the Czech Republic, which has the highest GDP per capita of the former Soviet Bloc states.
The Czech Republic is becoming an even friendlier place for filmmakers, according to Helena Frankova, CEO of the country’s State Film Fund. At a session Monday at the Cannes Festival, Frankova said…
MOSCOW -- Czech pubcaster CTV is to launch a new kids' channel with Petr Koliha, former artistic director of the Zlin Children's Film Festival, at the helm.
It wasn't that long ago that pubcaster Czech TV caused consternation by showing little interest in airing "Citizen Havel," a documentary about Vaclav Havel, the dissident who became president of the…
It's television awards season again in the Czech Republic, and that can mean only one thing: scandal. Producer Petr Vachler, creator of the Elsa, the Czech equivalent tothe Emmy, stands accused of…
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