Welcome to our cinema in your home. Because we want to keep meeting you and doing what we enjoy together, we have created My Cinema LIVE for all cinefiles.
How does it work? First, buy a ticket as you normally would. You can help support your favorite cinema by paying more than the usual price. The more you pay helps to support us during this critical time. If you buy your ticket in advance, we will send you a link to the stream 30 minutes before the broadcast starts. This allows you to fully enjoy the chat before the movie. Tickets can be bought up to 8:20pm at the latest. If you buy your ticket after 8pm, you‘ll receive an email with a link at least 5 minutes before the screening.
Please respect the following rules: You can soak up the atmosphere of our online cinema as early as 30 minutes before the start of the performance. You can use the online chat during the projection and, once the film is over, you can discuss your impressions and film experiences. If you don’t want to use chat, you can turn it off.
With our shows we will try to bring the atmosphere of the cinema hall with everything that belongs to it into your home. Introductions, audience reactions, the company of friends, and at the same time you’ll be supporting your favorite cinema in a difficult time. Dress nicely, we look forward to seeing you!
Vladimír Václavek, musician, shaman and founder of the legendary music group DUNAJ, is called on a shamanic journey. He sets out on a pilgrimage to the discover the disappeared band, even though he was refusing to reunite the band for years. The original line-up - Josef Ostřanský, Pavel Koudelka, Pavel Fajt, lyricist Karel David and Vladimír Václavek - thus meet on a boat sailing on the river of the same name. They are headed for a festival in Banat, Romania, to play on one stage 20 years after the death of their mysterious frontman, Jiří Kolšovský. The power of the river, music and meeting with another DUNAJ icon, singer Iva Bittová, will bring about the rebirth of the band. The shamanic journey through the Danube accompanies Kolšovský to the other side and moves an eternally closing circle into a new story.