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The 50th anniversary edition of the Zlin film festival for children and youth (May 30-June 6, www.zlinfest.cz) has finalized its competition sections, with 34 feature films competing in four competition…
In just nine years, AniFest (www.anifest.cz) has become the leading Czech animation festival and a destination on the international map. The 2010 edition expanded in the festival's new home, the…
Director Jan Kidawa-Błoński's Little Rose is a story about a dangerous love triangle set in the Poland of the 1960's, where betrayal could have a political context. The script, by…
Feliks Falk, one of the masters of Polish cinema, returns with Joanna, a moving story of love and courage set during WWII.
CANNES: The French celebrated a triple win in Cannes this year with the Grand Prix going to Xavier Beauvois's Des Hommes Et Des Dieux, Mathieu Amalric winning best director for…
CANNES: The Exodus - Burnt by the Sun 2 is Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov's sequel to his Oscar winning 1994 Burnt by the Sun which also won the Cannes grand…
CANNES: Hungarian director Kornel Mundruczo's Tender Son - The Frankenstein Project was a late entrant to the Cannes competition lineup and perhaps it was meant to inject an element of…
In his feature film debut Erratum, Marek Lechki explores the issues of reliving ones past and changing the present.
Krzysztof Kieslowski ScripTeast Award for the best Central and Eastern European Script was presented to Jakub P. Blawut of Poland for Days of Chocolate. The awards was announced during a…
Jan Jakub Kolski, Polish master of magical realism, enters the main competition at the Gdynia Polish Film Festival with Venice, a coming-of-age tale of a journey that never took place.
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CANNES: Stephan Komandarev's The World is Big and Salvation is Lurks Just Around the Corner was sold for theatrical release in Japan and Canada by sales outfit M-Appeal (www.m-appeal.com)s during…
CANNES: Belarussian born documentary director Sergei Loznitsa's first venture into feature film was 10 years in the making. He has based his story on his own travels around provincial Russia…
Prague-based Slovak film producer Rudolf Biermann said he would like to shoot a big-budget film adaptation of the novel The Glass Room by British writer Simon Mawer.
After a promising debut, Anna Kazejak comes back with Flying Pigs, a moving story about honor and friendship tested in the brutal world of soccer fans.
Hungarian director Ferenc Török is in production with Instanbul, a Hungarian/Turkish/Irish/Dutch coproduction starring Johanna Ter Steege.
Father and son Jerzy and Maciej Stuhr star in Mystification, a film about the mysterious "supposed" death of Polish artist Stanisław "Witkacy" Witkiewicz.
CANNES: Polish scriptwriter Jacek Blawut has won the prestigious Krzysztof Kieslowski ScripTeast Award for his script The Day of Chocolate. The awards ceremony took place 19 May on the Plage…
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