Damien Chazelle’s exuberant modern musical La La Land has racked up a record equalling fourteen nominations, tying with All About Eve and Titanic.
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A beloved animated tale about the joys of being a child and the blurred lines between imagination and reality is showing at Kino Scala this month – great to help you get through the post-holiday slump!
I’ve always had a problem with Jim Jarmusch. Stranger than Paradise completely changed my perspective, though. Nothing much happens in this film, but that is kind of the point.
The great story of Czechoslovak parachutists assassinating Hitler’s third in command Reinhard Heydrich deserves a great movie. Anthropoid isn’t it.
Why is a film almost 80 years old still so popular with audiences? It has dated well thanks to a healthy combination of idealism and cynicism, among other things. Showing at Kino Art on Sep 10 at 8.30 pm / Sep 18 and 29 at 6 pm!
At the Brno lake you can catch Midnight in Paris by Woody Allen – a movie that’s bright, fun and will probably strike a chord with expats, especially those with artistic leanings.
The lack of suspense hardly matters once you reach the legendary ending, which will have your jaw on the floor. Come see the movie at The Immigrant on Sunday, July 17 at 9 pm!
Alice Through the Looking Glass is barely a movie. It is more a shameless cash grab designed to capitalise on audience’s fond memories of Lewis Carroll’s timeless books.
It’s rare to see cornerstones of modern cinema on the big screen. Anyone with even the mildest interest in the history of horror should snap up the chance on May 16. It’s a bloody good yarn, really well told.
A visually delicious arthouse character study of the the last woman to be executed in Czechoslovakia. Catch it with English subtitles at Kino Art on Mon, April 18 at 6 pm or Tue, April 26 at 3.30 pm!