PRAGUE: After the historic trilogy Jan Hus, Czech TV started another big production last week, Charles IV – The Vote for the Roman King. The film is directed by Vaclav Křístek and will have the premiere in 2016 on the occasion of the 700th anniversary of the birth of Charles IV.

PRAGUE: Miro Drobný’s new documentary Rytmus, the Urban Dream /Rytmus, sídliskový sen had 15,000 admissions in Czech cinemas and ended in the second position last weekend, after the American comedy Pixels with an attendance of 16,000.

Morning, Paris!, a new Chinese production starts shooting in Prague on 18 September 2015 using the Czech company Milk &Honey Films as line producer.

PRAGUE: Top Czech directors Jan Hrebejk and Jiri Strach are among those chosen to by Czech pubcaster Czech Television to direct its line-up of new TV series this autumn.

PRAGUE: Radek Bajgar's Czech-Slovak comedy The Theory of Tiger, starring Jiří Bartoska, started shooting this week. Shooting will continue until 15 September 2015. 

PRAGUE: Popular Czech actresses Anna Geislerová and Daniela Kolářová are set to star in Polednice /The Noon Witch, a horror film by creative partners Matěj Chlupáček and Michal Samir.  

PRAGUE Nobel, a Norwegian public television (NRK) eight-part miniseries began shooting in the Czech Republic on 3 August 2015. 

KARLOVY VARY: Seven promising film projects from Czech Republic and Slovakia have been selected in Pitch & Feedback, an annual presentation organized by the Czech Film Center, the Slovak Film Institute and Karlovy Vary IFF (KVIFF) on 7 July 2015.

KARLOVY VARY: Petr Václav’s The Way Out / Cesta Ven, the most awarded Czech film of 2014, is one of the three case studies presented at the FNE Coproduction Event on Wednesday 8 July in Karlovy Vary.

PRAGUE: Producer/writer/director David Ondricek is in preparation with Zatopek , a biopic of the legendary Czech athlete Emil Zatopek, winner of four Olympic medals.

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