Prague Public Transit Co. Inc. organises an annual film tour with their original mobile Kinobus. This bus carries professional projection technology, an inflatable 8x4 metre projection screen and a bench for 200 spectators.
This year, Kinobus started its route on the 17th of June for the twelfth time. On its way, it will stop at twelve traditional spots in the Czech capital, up until the 5th of September. Screenings are free of charge.
http://www.dpp.cz/kinobus/– the webpage is in Czech
Summer cinema on the bank of the Čertovka
You can also go see a movie in the summer cinema U Werichů, in the beautiful surroundings of the romantic Čertovka canal. This will be the third season in the garden of Werich Villa. Regular visitors already know that viewers receive a set of headphones when they arrive, so the noise from the film does not disturb the neighbours in Lesser Town (‘Malá Strana’).
Film fans will see six screenings on the bank of the Čertovka, during which they will make excursions to “different worlds”, including that of Meda Mládková, the founder of the Jan and Meda Mládek Foundation and the Kampa Museum, who will celebrate her 100th birthday on the 8th of September.
http://www.werichovavila.cz/udalosti/– the webpage is in Czech
Žluté lázně offers a mix of successful films
In Žluté lázně on the bank of the Vltava River, you can enjoy a mix of successful foreign films and selected Czech films. The green area in Žluté lázně can accommodate up to 2,500 spectators. Sun loungers, seating bags and blankets are available for your comfort.
Here, you can look forward to the third Bridget Jones movie, as well as the Czech film ‘Po čem muži touží’ (‘What Men Want’).The screenings always start after sunset.
The relationship between humans and nature in MeetFactory
Every Wednesday, film lovers can go to MeetFactory in Prague 5. This year, MeetFactory will focus on films related to the relationship between humans and nature. In doing so, it will allow cinemagoers to reflect on the changes that are happening to our planet.