PRAGUE Nobel, a Norwegian public television (NRK) eight-part miniseries began shooting in the Czech Republic on 3 August 2015.
KARLOVY VARY: Seven promising film projects from Czech Republic and Slovakia have been selected in Pitch & Feedback, an annual presentation organized by the Czech Film Center, the Slovak Film Institute and Karlovy Vary IFF (KVIFF) on 7 July 2015.
KARLOVY VARY: Petr Václav’s The Way Out / Cesta Ven, the most awarded Czech film of 2014, is one of the three case studies presented at the FNE Coproduction Event on Wednesday 8 July in Karlovy Vary.
PRAGUE: Producer/writer/director David Ondricek is in preparation with Zatopek , a biopic of the legendary Czech athlete Emil Zatopek, winner of four Olympic medals.
PRAGUE: Director/scriptwriter Marta Nováková is in postproduction with 8 Heads of Madness, a feature based on the life of the Russian poet Anna Alexandrovna Barkova (1901-1976), who spent 22 years in the Soviet Gulags.
PRAGUE: The Czech State Cinematography Fund has announced the support for production of six Czech feature films, out of 22 projects which applied.
PRAGUE: Czech comedy Life is Life/Život je život directed by Milan Cieslar has topped the Czech box office in its second week of release. The film released in 142 copies has racked up a total of 135, 678 admissions since its release on 21 May by Bontonfilm.
BRATISLAVA: Slovak producer/writer/director Marko Skop is in postproduction with the dramatic feature Eva Nova starring the legendary Slovak actress Emilia Vasaryova.
PRAGUE: Czech director Vladimir Michalek is in postproduction with a comedy, Holidays in Provence, scheduled for release in September 2015.
PRAGUE: Producer Adam Dvorak of Movie is partnering with coproducer Czech TV on a two-part debut crime story, Gangster Ka and Gangster Ka: African.
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