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Czech films took three of the top four spots at the national box office in the first half of 2009.
The Russian-German-Austrian-Czech coproduction Faust started shooting on August 17 at Točník castle in central Bohemia and in Prague's Barrandov ateliers, Barrandov Studios (www.barrandov.cz) announced.
Nova TV will launch MTV in the Czech Republic and Slovakia on November 29, in partnership with MTV Networks Intermational.
Czech director Jan Svěrák, who received Oscar for Kolya in 1996, has started filming his new movie Kuky Returns (Kuky se vrací).
Director and producer Petr Jákl has started shooting his "opus magnum," the big budget crime-thriller Kajínek, based on a true story of one of the most notorious Czech prisoner Jiří…
The sequel to a Czech comedy hit, Grapes 2 (Bobule 2) by director Vlad Lanné and screenwriter Tomáš Holeček finished shooting on Sunday, July 19, distribution and production company Bioscop…
Protector, director Marek Najbrt's big-budget war psychothriller, will have its official world release on September 22 in Prague.
The festival juries have awarded the best films of the 44th Karlovy Vary IFF 2009 during the Official Closing on July 11.
Director Jan Hrebejk announced he has started shooting his newest film, Kawasaki´s Roses (or Roses for Kawasaki).
Playwright and former Czech President Vaclav Havel plans to direct his first film, based on his recent play Leaving.
Michal Viewegh, a best-selling Czech novelist and screenwriter is working on two film screenplays based on his books.
Czechoslovak director Juraj Herz is in production with a big-budget historical drama, Habermann´s Mill (www.habermannuvmlyn.cz), based on a true story from the Sudetenland during the era of Nazi occupation.
Academy Award nominee Ondrej Trojan (Zelary, 2003) is in production with his 1970's film Občanský průkaz, produced by his production company Total HelpArt (THA).
Palace Cinemas will open three new multiplexes in the Czech Republic in 2010, the company announced on May 20.
Juraj Jakubisko, whose recent box office hit Bathory, broke Central European production records, is developing a Slavic saga entitled One Thousand Years of Solitude.

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