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"I thought up Another View in 1994 when we first put on the festival," says artistic director Eva Zaoralová; in naming the section she was inspired by Cannes' Un certain regard. Intended for writer-director, nonmainstream, experimental, low-budget, and independent films, this program section originally overlapped with the Forum of Independents.…
Film buffs are in for a real treat as the eleventh film festival, Cinema on the Border, kicks off in Cieszyn, a small town on the Polish-Czech border.
First titles confirmed for the main competition at the 44th Karlovy Vary IFF The Karlovy Vary festival's international feature film competition traditionally attracts greatest attention, with its screening of films by renowned filmmakers and talented first-time directors in their world, international or European premieres: http://www.kviff.com/en/news/1226-first-titles-confirmed-for-the-main-competition-at-the-44th-karlovy-vary-iff/
Who is Afraid of the Wolf directed by Maria Procházková won the main prize at the closing ceremony of the 22nd Festival of Czech Films Finále.
This year for the first time the festival Finále commences on Sunday 19th April instead of Monday and will continue until Saturday 25th April. A whole week is in Plzeň dedicated to Czech film, the celebration of Czech film and searching for connections.
One of the festival's most popular sections documents a non-mainstream look at the world, and this year it will include a noteworthy trio of debuts.
Prague 16-23 April 2009 / Brno 25-30 April 2009 / Olomouc 27-30 April 2009
This year's Karlovy Vary IFF will once again feature the section A Musical Odyssey, compiled since 2003 by publicist Pavel Klusák, who presents the latest encounters between filmmakers and musicians.
Bulgarian film-makers swept the board in the Vilnius International Film Festival's (VIFF) first-ever competition programme, winning three prizes.
"The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks around the Corner" with two awards from VILNIUSThis year Vilnius International Film Festival had for the first time Competition for first and second European films, entitled "New Europe - new names". President of the International jury was the British actor Dexter Fletcher (‘Lock,…
The Karlovy Vary IFF presents over 220 feature films from all over the world every year. Some of this year´s titles and retrospectives were already announced:
Krakow, 2nd April 2009 - Paul Mazursky, five-time Oscar nominee, American filmmaker, actor, scriptwriter and producer revealed to be a special guest during 49th Krakow Film Festival, which will take place between 29th May - 4th June.
official event accompanying the Czech presidency of the EU Council April 19 - 25, 2009, Plzeň, Praha
Organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts and sponsored by AKBANK, the 28th International Istanbul Film Festival is fast approaching.
Prague 16-23 April 2009 / Brno 25-30 April 2009 / Olomouc 27-30 April 2009
INTERNATIONAL PRAGUE FILM FESTIVAL 2009: European competition, world-known guests: WIM WENDERS, MIKE LEIGH, THOMAS VINTERBERG and others!
The main programme of the 13th edition of Sofia International Film Festival will finish with the Gala screening of Wim Wenders' new movie "Palermo Shooting".
Israeli-German co-production For My Father took home the Grand Prix at the March 14 closing ceremony of the 13th Sofia International Film Festival, with a special jury award going to local favorite Zift.
12th, 13th and 14th of March 2009within the frame of the 13th Sofia International Film Festival23 Projects of European directors will be presented at the Pitching SessionsMore than 35 films and work-in-progress will be screened in the Balkan Films Showcase programme
SOFIA MEETINGS - THE ONLY MARKET FOR FILM PROJECTS IN BULGARIA WILL HAVE ITS SIXTH EDITION WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF SOFIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.

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