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BRATISLAVA: Slovak scriptwriter/director Palo Korec has completed work on the feature length film essay Waiting Room (Čakáreň).

PLZEN: Jan Hřebejk’s explosive comedy Icing / Zakázané uvolnění is based on a successful play with the story taking place in a remote village pub during an Ice Hockey World Championship match. The film will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.

PLZEN: Jaro Vojtek‘s Slovak/Czech coproduction Children/Děti pictures the complicated relationships between parents and children on the backdrop of contemporary Czech Republic. The film will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.

PLZEN: In Silence/ V tichu by writer/director Zdeněk Jiráský is a stylized docu-drama portraying the lives of five Jewish artists from Czechoslovakia and Germany who were persecuted during the Holocaust. The film will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.

PLZEN: Radim Špaček’s coming-of-age film Places / Mista is part of a trilogy examining the changing face of the contemporary Czech Republic. The film will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.

PLZEN: Petr Václav’s The Way Out / Cesta Ven, the most awarded Czech film of 2014, will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.

PLZEN: Slobodanka Radun’s debut feature Us 2/ My 2 is a contemporary love story based on a script by the famous Czech author Radka Denemarková. The film will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.

PLZEN: Jan Svěrák’s musical fairytale Three Brothers, a Czech/Danish coproduction which had the highest cinema attendance in Czech cinemas in 2014, will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.

PLZEN: Angels by Alice Nellis, one of many adaptations of Michal Viewegh´s books, was released by its Czech distributor CineMart in October 2014. The film will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.

PLZEN: Michal Samir’s debut feature Hany, filmed in one shoot during a three-day filming schedule, will be screened within the 28th edition of Finale Plzen running from 26 April to 2 May 2015.