FILM CLUB - WOMEN FILM DIRECTORS. Shark in the Head (Žralok v hlavě), directed by Maria Procházková, 2005, 75 min, in Czech with English subtitles.
The collection of most successful films of FAMU students from the past year will be introduced by Michal Bregant, Head of FAMU International and Chair of FAMU MFA Program. Part of the "STUDY FILM IN...
SEMINAR by Michal Bregant. Part of the STUDY FILM IN PRAGUE...NOW IN NEW YORK CITY" series.
CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERT. Music by Beethoven, Dvorak and Smetana. Admission: $15. Members of the Czech Center Club, Children (under 12), Seniors (over 65) : $10
ACOUSTIC JAZZ CONCERT. Admission: $15. Members of the Czech Center Club, Children (under 12), Seniors (over 65) : $10
THEATER FOR CHILDREN. Contemporary Toy Theater Translation of the Brothers Grimm Tale: The Bremen Town Musicians. With special guest Petr Nikl, Czech visual and performing artist
FILM CLUB. My 20th Century (Moje 20. století), documentary film directed by Olga Sommerová, 2005, 56 min. in Czech with English subtitles. Admission Free.
FILM CLUB. Hitler, Stalin and I (Hitler, Stalin a já). Documentary Film, Directed by Helena Třeštíková, 2001, 56 min. Admission Free
FILM CLUB. A dark and absurd road-movie comedy in which Grandmother fulfills her dream, Mother stops treating her daughters like kids, the daughters stop treating their husbands like idiots and...
A Habitat without Territory is a project for Windows on Madison, curated by Jaroslav Andel (DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague) and presented by the Czech Center New York in cooperation with the...
Exhibition - Tomáš Vaněk, Jan Šerých, Eva Koťátková Opening: Thursday, March 3, 6:30pm-8:30pm, Czech Center New York
Classical music concert at Weill Recital Hall. Tine Thing Helseth - Trumpet, Håvard Gimse - piano
Classical Music Concert - Visions on Janácek´s Piano Music - Emanuele Torquati, piano. Suggested donation $ 10
Lecture by Adam Hradilek, Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes
Book reading and presentation with music accompaniment. Meeting with the author Eva Sachs. Letters of Eva Sachs written from the concentration camp Theresienstadt (Terezin).
FILM CLUB Do we rule the city, or does the city reign over us? Are we becoming automats?
The Theatre Faculty of the Academy of the Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU) Presents Its English-Language Master's and Summer School Programs February 28 to March 5 Admission Free
Lecture by Hillel J. Kieval, Professor of History and Gloria M. Goldstein Professor of Jewish History and Thought, Washington University in St. Louis
The Emergence of Slovak Jewish Identity in Interwar Czechoslovakia. Lecture by Rebekah Klein-Pejšova Jewish Studies, Department of History, Purdue University
Film Series at the Walter Read Theater, organized by the Film Society of Lincoln Center