HAMBURG: European Film Promotion will put the spotlight on ten young directors in the fourth edition of Future Frames at Karlovy Vary IFF during a four-day event, which runs 1-4 July 2018.
The participants selected to take part in the programme, which entails screenings of their films, master classes and industry meetings, include directors from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Poland, Georgia and Slovakia. The ten directors are: Neven Samardzic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Judita Gamulin (Croatia), Jakub Radej (Poland), David Gurgulia (Georgia), Michal Duris (Slovakia), Hleb Papou (Italy), Stijn Bouma (Netherlands), Lora Mure-Ravaud (Switzerland), David Pinheiro Vicente (Portugal) and Dawid Ullgren (Sweden). The directors will present a selection of short films.
EFP Future Frames 2016 participant Klara Kochanska from Poland will also be represented at KVIFF with her feature film debut Via Carpatia (MD4, Chimney Poland, Kijora Film, Sound Mind – Michał Fojcik, Polish Film Institute), which competes in the East of the West section.
The 2018 programme is supported by following EFP member organisations: Association of Filmmakers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatian Audiovisual Centre, EYE International (The Netherlands), Georgian National Film Center, Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual I.P. / ICA (Portugal), Istituto Luce Cinecittà (Italy), Polish Film Institute, Slovak Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute and Swiss Films.