In cooperation with Nordisk Panorama, the Institute of Documentary Film is organising numerous Eastern European delegations including a strong representation of Czech producers heading to this traditional Scandinavian festival of…
VENICE: The 73rd Venice Film Festival, which will be held from 31 August to 10 September 2016, has unveiled it programme line up with Emir Kusturica’s Serbian/UK/USA coproduction On the…
The second edition of KineDok organised by the Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) is entering its second half, and so far there has been a great number of event-based screenings…
PRAGUE: The British/Czech/French coproduction Anthropoid by Sean Ellis will be released in the UK and Ireland on 9 September 2016. The film stars Jamie Dornan, Cillian Murphy, Charlotte Le Bon,…
East Silver, a documentary market specialised in Eastern and Central European documentary film, is still open for submissions for upcoming projects in rough cut stage.
PRAGUE: Several big international productions are shooting and prepping in the Czech Republic in the second half of 2016. The spend of international productions in the Czech Republic has increased…
Long-awaited documentary FC Roma by Tomáš Bojar and Rozálie Kohoutová had its world premiere at the Karlovy Vary IFF. The film, supported by the Institute of Documentary Film, tells the…
FNE TV spoke to Czech MEP Michaela Šojdrová Vice-Chair of the Committee on Culture and Education about the impact of Brexit on Creative Europe and why public funding for film…
KARLOVY VARY: The 51st Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, which was held from 1-9 July 2016, awarded its top prize the Crystal Globe to the Hungarian film It’s Not the…
KARLOVY VARY: The introduction of Czech film incentives and subsequent increases are impacting film production at Prague’s iconic Barrandov film studios.
KARLOVY VARY: Czech box office reached an all-time high in 2015, and attendance showed impressive growth, but Czech films registered their lowest market share since 2002.
KARLOVY VARY: FNE has teamed up with FIPRESCI to organise a group of 20 critics attending KVIFF to rate the films in the Main Competition and the East of the…
Vice-Chair of the Committee on Budgetary Control
KARLOVY VARY: Czech film production is rising across the board and coming close to returning to the highs of 2003 in total production amount and film services.
KARLOVY VARY: Barrandov film studio will return to its roots as a producer of original production with a biopic on Milos Havel, the founder of Barrandov and the uncle of…
KARLOVY VARY: More films in distribution in the Czech Republic and a shorter release window have caused attendance for Czech blockbusters to decline by about half.
KARLOVY VARY: Zdenek Holy, the incoming Dean of Prague’s renowned FAMU film school, made his first appearance on the international scene at the Karlovy Vary IFF annual FAMU party.

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