The Roman life and the imaginary worlds of Pier Paolo Pasolini intermingle in Abel Ferrara’s retelling of the final days in the life of the fifty-year-old filmmaker and writer, in a film that draws on his last interview and envisages scenes from an unmade final film and his incomplete novel, Petrolio.
This very unusual biographical drama about the life and work of Bob Dylan follows his whole musical career from the acoustic beginnings through drug experiments in the 1960s to his Christian period in the 1970s and 1980s.
Nick Cave: 20,000 Days On Earth is an inventive, lyrical ode to creativity and an intimate examination of the artistic process of musician and cultural icon Nick Cave.
The film is set in the sterile environment of the cream of the Swedish society, namely in the most isolated community of the gallery industry, but seen in a direct confrontation with the “most lowbrow” fringe of society.
The Evergreen Summer Cinema kicks off on Wednesday, July 8, with Manifesto, a film by Berlin artist and director Julian Rosefeldt, in which Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett plays thirteen different characters.
Summer movie nights on a grassy roof in the middle of the city. Films that you won't see just anywhere. A big movie screen, clear sound in headphones, and refreshing drinks. That's the new Evergreen Summer Cinema, on the roof of the DOX+ multifunction hall.
In the “Homage to Karel Růžička”, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra and The Tomáš Sýkora Trio will introduce this leading personality of Czech jazz who formed several generations of jazz musicians.
On the occasion of Eva Jiřičná’s eightieth birthday, a retrospective exhibition by this world-renowned Czech architect will be held at the DOX Centre, featuring work spanning her entire professional career.
Thanks to the acceleration made possible by digital technologies in the second half of the twentieth century, we have reached a stage of development where we look at the world from both a cosmic and a nano perspective.