A new book about the Czech film magnate Miloš Havel, the uncle of Václav Havel, was presented at Prague’s Lucerna on Monday evening. Throughout the day, films from the interwar years and the period of the Nazi occupation produced by Miloš Havel, founder of the Barrandov film studios, were screened at the cinema in the Lucerna Palace; it was built by Vácslav Havel, the grandfather of playwright Václav Havel. Miloš Havel – Czech Film Magnate is written by journalist Krystyna Wanatowiczová.
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