Let’s get straight to it, before we divert you
How much is the ticket? CZK 140 | Tickets can be purchased up to 6 p.m. on the screening date or starting at 8 p.m. at the DOX Centre’s ticket desk (Poupětova 1).
Where? At the Evergreen Terrace
What if it will be raining? We’ll be showing in all kinds of weather. In case of rain, inside the DOX+ hall.
To the movies with a test? We're following the government's current anti-Covid-19 regulations. You can prove that you're not infectious with
- a full vaccination certificate,
- a negative RT-PCR test no older than 7 days,
- a negative PIC antigen test no older than 72 hours,
- having had Covid-19 in the last 180 days (with laboratory proof),
- or by testing yourself prior to entry with a negative result.
Earphones are thoroughly disinfected. Please bring your own blankets.
We reserve the right to change programming.
The entire Evergreen Open Air Cinema programme is available here.
Poupětova 3, Prague 7 – DOX+ entrance
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On a hot summer day in 1935, thirteen-year-old Briony Tallis, who dreams to become a writer, witnesses the flirtation between her older sister, Cecilia, and Robbie Turner, the son of a servant. But Briony’s incomplete grasp of adult motives and her precocious imagination bring about a crime that will change all their lives, a crime whose repercussions Atonement follows through the chaos and carnage of World War II and into the close of the twentieth century.
The film directed by Joe Wright is based on Atonement, Ian McEwan’s symphonic
novel of love and war, childhood and class, guilt and forgiveness, which provides all the satisfaction of a brilliant narrative and the provocation we have come to expect from this master of English prose. Ian MEwan is the author of The Cement Garden (1978) The Comfort of Strangers (1981), Enduring Love (1997), Saturday (2005), On Chesil Beach (2007), The Children Act (2014), Nutshell (2016) and Machines Like Me (2019), among others. He has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize for Fiction numerous times, winning the award for Amsterdam in 1998.
What goes on in the head of a young person who is experiencing depression? And is there a way to get out of these states? That's the story behind the autobiographical animated film Darkness, which uses virtual reality to depict authentic experiences.
The dance company of award-winning Japanese choreographer and dancer Ruri Mito will present the Czech premiere of its delicate dance performance entitled Sumika. The Ruri Mito Dance Company will appear here as part of its European tour.
Luboš Soukup, one of our finest saxophonists, will perform his new composition for an unconventional ensemble combining the Radio Symphony and the jazz Concept Art Orchestra during this special evening.