Cinema for the Czechoslovak Centennial is a thematic film program designed to mark the anniversary of the establishment of the independent Czechoslovak Republic in 1918. The films will be screened primarily in cinemas, while segments and excerpts from the films will be made available on-line (VOD), on television, etc. Digitally restored, the films will also be brought out on DVD. The dramaturgical concept is defined by the target audience – students, the wider public, survivors of historic events, film scholars, etc. The National Film Archive curatorial team will also provide assistance to those interested (public administrators, public institutions, schools, civic societies and NGOs, festivals) to choose a film programme made to measure. NFA experts will also produce teaching materials for educational purposes, offering more dynamic educational means of working with films in order to give the selected program relevance not only in terms of history but also in terms of current media studies.