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Nordic Film Autumn 2015

Prague TV |
22 October 2015

Nordic Film Autumn will kick off a week of films from Europe's Northern lands on Monday, October 26th.

Dense & Pika, Paul Woolford BE23 Day 6

Prague TV |
21 October 2015

Roxy's epic 23rd anniversary celebration will go out with a bang on Saturday, October 24th with performances by UK DJs Dense & Pika and Paul Woolford.

Das Film Festival

Prague TV |
21 October 2015

The 10th annual German-language film festival Das Film Festival's Prague events kick off today. As always, the festival will showcase the best in German-language cinema from the past few years.

Retro is back

Prague TV |
21 October 2015

With the current trend on going "retro," even the food sector has begun to take advantage of the movement. From Monday, October 19th one of the Czech chain supermarkets is offering a "retro týden" to bring special editions of products from 30 years ago back to the market in their original packaging.

Lipo at La Loca

Prague TV |
20 October 2015

Czech rapper and poet LIPO based in Liberec achieved his first success in a project "Poets in front of the mic" (BPM).

Hamlet

Prague TV |
21 October 2015

Shakespeare as a contemporary family drama with a Scandinavian touch.

Film matters!

Prague TV |
20 October 2015

NaFilm! is a Czech film student project aiming to establish the first Czech museum of film. Co-financed by crowd-funding, the exhibit at Museum Montanelli is created as a "trailer" of their project.

KomiksFEST! 2015

Prague TV |
20 October 2015

KomiksFEST! 2015 will take place in ten different locations around Prague from October 21st to the 25th.

Roxy turns twenty-three

Prague TV |
19 October 2015

It's been twenty-three years of shut-downs, reconstructions, and great music, but Roxy/NoD, Prague's premier hotspot for underground electronic music on Dlouhá Street, is showing no signs of slowing down.

Czech remedies for an early cold season

Prague TV |
19 October 2015

Weathering the sniffles and keeping fit as temperatures drop.

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