Burning Bush and My Dog Killer are part of the Made in Prague season at the Riverside Studios, London this November.
This years programme has a Czech-o-Slovak flavour, with films from both countries showing in celebration of their long and linked film cultures.
Burning Bush (Hořící keř) tells the story of Jan Palach from 1969. My Dog Killer (Môj pes killer) depicts life in Czech/Slovak border country. Both are respectively the Czech and Slovak Oscar nominations. They show at the Riverside Studios on the weekend 10-11 November.
The Made in Prague season is supported by the Czech Centre London.
See trailers for both films here: