In Prague we have around 35 cinemas, most of them showing Western movies, Hollywood blockbusters and some showing Czech films. Dozen of cinemas are located close to Wenceslas Square. Generally movies are screened in their original language with Czech subtitles but some are dubbed into Czech, so check before you go. Tickets cost from 100 CZK to 170 CKZ. An international film festival is held in Karlovy Vary every March, lasting for 10 days. For comprehensive weekly films listing check Prague Post newspaper or Downtown magazine. For online Prague Cinema listing check www.prague.tv/cinema-listings
Palace Cinemas, Slovansky dum, Na prikope 22, New Town (metro station Namesti Reubliky - look for shopping centre Slovansky dum) Tickets 179CZK - Palace Cinemas - Entertainment and Fun. Located in downtown Prague, Palace Slovanský dům has quickly earned its reputation as the home for not only commercial films but as a host for film events, premieres and the highly popular annual FebioFest held every February.
Kino Svetozor, Vodickova 41, New Town (metro station Mustek) Tickets 90CZK - good choice for seeing Czech films with English subtitles.