Catch the Best Films of 2017 at Prague Cinemas for 69 CZK

Catch the Best Films of 2017 at Prague Cinemas for 69 CZK

Dunkirk, Blade Runner 2049, Mother!, It, The Big Sick, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, and much more: the best films from the second half of 2017 will be coming back to Prague cinemas for the low-low price of 69 CZK during the bi-annual December edition of the Best Film Fest.

Since 2011, the Best Film Fest has celebrated the most successful (not necessarily the best) films that have played in Czech cinemas over the past sixth months by giving viewers a chance to catch them on the big screen one last time for the discounted price of 69 CZK. 

From December 14-20, every movie screening at Prague cinemas Kino Lucerna, Kino Atlas, Kino Mat, and Kino Evald will be screened for the low price. 

They include many of the best films of the year, including Christopher Nolan’s WWII epic Dunkirk and Denis Villenueve’s beautifully-shot sequel Blade Runner 2049, both of which demand to be seen on the big screen. If you managed to miss them, here’s the perfect chance to catch up. 

Some of my personal favorites from 2017 - Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Josh & Benny Safdie’s Good Time, Wind River, and The Big Sick - will also return to Prague cinemas during the fest.  

Czech films like Barefoot (Po strništi bos), The Garden Store installments Deserter and Suitor, Červená, and Milada will also be screened during the festival, albeit without English subtitles. 

The same can be said for top-rated foreign films like On Body and Soul and The Square, which recently dominated the 2017 European Film Awards after being honored at Cannes earlier in the year. 

Check out the full schedule for December’s Best Film Fest at the festival’s official website or the pages of Kino Atlas, Kino Lucerna, Kino Mat, and Kino Evald.

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