What the Day Owes the Night is based on the eponymous novel by Mohammed Moulessehoul, formerly a high ranking officer in the Algerian army, who adopted a literary pseudonym Yasmina Khadra to avoid Algerian military censorship.
The Lighthouse is a 2019 film directed and produced by Robert Eggers, who co-wrote the screenplay with his brother Max Eggers.
Three women, three stories connected by one book. And one ordinary day that changes everything... At the Evergreen Open Air Cinema we will be screening The Hours, based on the novel by Michael Cunningham. The film, directed by Stephen Daldry, has garnered nine Academy Award nominations.
This movie version of the first of a total of five novels by US writer Patricia Highsmith featuring the character of Tom Ripley, a man who wanted to be someone else – more charming, more successful, richer. And who was capable of doing anything toward this end…
In 2010 Emma Donoghue’s gripping novel Room, about the power of childhood innocence and courage was nominated for the Man Booker prize. The movie version was released five years later. We'll be showing this exceptional, powerful, and unforgettable story at the Evergreen Open Air Cinema.
This cult novel – considered unfilmable by many readers – by French writer, poet, musician, playwright, and bohemian, Boris Vian, enthralled entire generations with its unfettered fantasy.
The Dance Film Festival Prague presents the Czech premiere of the award-winning documentary Cunningham, by American director Alla Kovgan. The feature documentary portrays one of the great choreographic visionaries – Merce Cunningham.
Contemporary music by the BERG Orchestra – a special birthday project for the 20th anniversary season! 20 composers wrote 3-minute pieces, each inspired by a specific year (2001-2020).
A workshop exploring ways to redesign technology in a way that makes users aware of the environmental power of their online choices using situated data analysis, design and speculative writing.