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About ZFF-Zero Film Festival - Focusing on a niche in the independent film community which has been under appreciated and ignored, Zero Film Festival is dedicated to screening self financed films from filmmakers all over the world.
Hungarian cinema of the 1960s and 1970sThe review is organised in cooperation with the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Warsaw.
Europa Cinemas, present at the Karlovy Vary film festival for the third year, has awarded its Europa Cinemas Label as Best European film to the Danish film Applause by Martin Pieter Zandvliet.
International Film Festival DocBoat / Warsaw NON-fiction e-fest - LAST Call for Entries: DEADLINE moved to: 24th July 2009
Kazakh director Guka Omarova pits mysterious traditions against modern corruption in her second feature film Native Dancer, which competes in the East of the West section at Karlovy Vary.
Veteran Russian filmmaker Andrey Khrzhanovsky, who marks his 70th birthday this year, is inspired by the life of Nobel Laureate Joseph Brodsky in his East of the West competition film, Room and a Half.
The feature debut, Gagma Napiri/The Other Bank (www.theotherbank.info) from Georgian filmmaker George Ovashvili is the unsentimental yet metaphorical story of a young refugee from Abkhazia who takes a journey home to find that grass is no greener there.
Devil's Town is a creative, independent first feature film, described by scriptwriter and director Vladimir Paskaljević as "a black comedy of contemporary Belgrade."
Elchin Musaoglu's East of the West competition film The 40th Door is already a prize-winner; it picked up a Golden Remi award for best foreign film at the WorldFest-Houston in April.
El Paso (www.ceskatelevize.cz/specialy/elpaso), a social drama based on a true story from contemporary Czech Republic, places a strong emphasis on the Czech Romany (as the Gypsy population is called) problem.
Bulgarian director Ivan Cherkelov unexpectedly deviates from his usual intellectual themes, turning to the post-communist mafia world in his newest film, Crayfish.
A double award winner from the Venice film festival (Silver lion for best director and cinematography), Alexey German Jr.'s Paper Soldier screens at Karlovy Vary in the East of the West competition section.
What's Slovak at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2009
Berlin-based world sales company m-appeal has just added Christos Georgiou’s second feature film Small Crime to its line-up
Lithuanian director Ignas Miškinis' second feature film Low Lights (Artimos šviesos), makes its international premiere in the East of the West competition at the 44th International Karlovy Vary Film Festival.
International Film Festival DocBoat / Warsaw NON-fiction e-fest kindly invites you to enter films to its first edition, to be held on September 2009 on the Polish Internet.
One of the important directors and screenwriters of the Albanian cinema, Artan Minarolli devoted nearly five years of his life to the raising of the 950,000 Euro budget for Alive.
Árpád Sopsits' The Seventh Circle -- the concluding film in the director's half-century trilogy -- takes its title and inspiration from Dante's Divine Comedy.
Arsen Anton Ostojic's No One's Son swept the Croatian awards last year: 6 Gold Arenas at the Pula Film Festival, Critics' Award for best film, state award for achievement in film in 2008, and Croatian candidate for the 2009 Academy Awards.
First feature film director Aron Matyassy burst onto the Hungarian film scene, winning the Golden Reel Main Prize of the 40th Hungarian Film Week in February with his movie Lost Times.