Collected publication of Václav Havel’s “film” texts, prepared by Professor Jan Bernard of FAMU
Václav Havel’s Prague. A Guide to Buildings and Places with a Role in the Life of the Playwright, Dissident and President Zdeněk Lukeš
Written by a leading historian of Czech architecture, this guidebook, comprising several chapters accompanied by photographs by Pavel Hroch and others, presents works of Prague architecture bulit by Vaclav Havel’s grandfather and father, including the Lucerna and buildings in the district of Barrandov, as well as places connected with Havel’s childhood and youth, the period of his success as a dramatist, and his years as a dissident.
A photographic mosaic of snapshots from the life of Václav Havel.
Václav Havel’s Prague. A guide to buildings connected to the life of the playwright, dissident and president Zdeněk Lukeš
The book Praha Václava Havla. Průvodce po stavbách spojených s životem dramatika, disidenta a prezidenta (Václav Havel’s Prague: A guide to buildings connected to the life of the playwright, dissident and president) focuses on buildings in the city linked to the life of that extraordinary figure.
The Rogues of Horní Počernice. A report on the premiere of Václav Havel’s The Beggars Opera in 1975 Anna Freimanová
A collection of recollections, letters, reviews and studies focused on the world premiere of Václav Havel’s The Beggar’s Opera, which took place on 1 November on 40 years ago. Texts by Anna Freimanová, Václav Havel, Andrej Krob, Sergej Machonin, Luboš Pistorius and Jaroslav Vostrý are supplemented and illustrated by period photographs by Bohdan Holomíček. Organised by Anna Freimanová.
The Garden Party. A pivotal event in modern Czech theatre (Conference Editions, vol. 2) Zdeněk Hořínek, Lenka Jungmannová, Vladimír Just, Petr Oslzlý a další
Anthology from the conference The Garden Party 1963–2013, featuring contributions from leading experts on Václav Havel’s drama.