PRAGUE: The famous Chinese director, scriptwriter and star actress Xu Jinglei is shooting a film with the working title Somewhere Only We Know in Prague.
PRAGUE: The Czech and Slovak Republics are sharing an online, TV, and cinema simultaneous release of film Sacro GRA, the first ever documentary winner of Venice Film Festival, today (5 May 2014).
PRAGUE: Czech producer Tomáš Hrubý heads to Cannes to participate in European Film Promotion’s Producers on the Move.
PLZEN: Miracle / Zázrak, a Slovak/Czech coproduction by Slovak director and co-writer Juraj Lehotský competes at Finale Plzen after an illustrious film festival roll-out.
PLZEN: Like Never Before by Zdeněk Tyc returns to Finale Plzen in the main competition, after having been given a pre-premiere screening there one year ago.
PLZEN: The feature film competition at the Finale Festival in Plzen, taking place 27 April – 3 May 2014, will include Ivan Vojnár’s hybrid film An Unlikely Romance, an intimate feature with documentary elements.
PLZEN: Karin Babinská, whose popular and internationally acclaimed road-movie Dolls, won the 20th Finále Plzen, returns to Plzen to compete with the romantic film Wings of Christmas (Kridla Vanoc).
PLZEN: Directed, written and photographed by Tomáš Vorel, Uni continues in the aesthetics prompted by his earlier film, The Can.
PLZEN: The most acclaimed Czech film of 2013, crowned with 11 Czech Lions and awarded as the Best film by Czech Critics, Burning Bush directed by Polish filmmaker Agniezska Holland takes another shot at a best film award in the competition of the Finale Plzen festival of Czech and Slovak films running 27 April – 3 May 2014.
PLZEN: Krásno, the directorial debut of acclaimed Czech theatre actor Ondřej Sokol, will compete at the 27th Finale Plzen, running 27 April – 3 May 2014.
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