Three films received Silver Eye Awards at the Jihlava IDFF.
Doclisboa is screening the largest ever retrospective of Czech filmmaker Vera Chytilova.
Applications for East Doc Platform and Market are due 10 November 2017.
Ex-Oriente will hold the 15th edition of its documentary workshop at the Jihlava IDFF.
Austrian documentary filmmaker Andreas Horvath, who will conduct a masterclass at the Jihlava IDFF, spoke to the IDF.
Eliza Kubarska is developing the documentary The Wall of Shadows, set in a Sherpa family in theHimalayas.
What kind of documentaries are being created by the leading Czech documentary filmmakers? What does the contemporary Czech documentary scene offer?
Together with the documentary VOD portal DAFilms.com, the Institute of Documentary Film is inviting you to watch a selection of Czech documentaries from 2016. On the occasion of the event Evening with Czech Docs, a curated programme can be streamed until 24 September 2017.
East Silver Caravan included three new films in its selection. They are the challenging film The World According to Daliborek by Vít Klusák, student film Jágr Republic by Ondřej Šálek and the Romanian/French existential documentary Tarzan’s Testicles by Alexandru Solomon.
Croatian director Bruno Pavić is developing The Bay, a documentary set at the Bay of Kastela, near the city of Split, where there are dangerous industrial facilities with mercury flowing into the sea, particles of asbestos flying through the air and poisonous gases.