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PRAGUE: Jiří Strach’s Czech/Slovak coproduction The Angel of God 2 / Anděl páně 2 has become the most successful film in Czech cinemas in the last six weeks, with 925,000…
PRAGUE: Applications for the sixth East Doc Platform are expected until 15 February 2017. The largest documentary industry event of its kind will take place from 6 to 12 March…
This month we speak with Petr Jirásek, the manager, statutory representative and shareholder of Světozor, one of the most adventurous cinemas in Prague. Opened in 2004 and renovated in 2007,…
PRAGUE: I, Olga Hepnarova by Petr Kazda and Tomáš Weinreb, and Family Film by Olmo Omerzu have the most nominations for the Czech Critics´ Awards 2016. Fifty Czech film critics…
PRAGUE: Editors, directors and producers are invited to apply to the dok.incubator workshop 2017. Deadline is 1 February 2017.
Nine documentary projects have been selected for the17th East European Forum that will take place within the East Doc Platform in Prague from 6 to 12 March 2017.
PRAGUE: Film Europe Media Company launched two more channels, Československo HD and Festival Channel HD in November 2016, in addition to Film Europe Channel HD. Both channels are broadcasting in…
Click HERE for an interview with Estonian filmmakers Kiur Aarma and Hardi Volmer about their documentary Gold Spinner, supported by the Institute of Documentary Film.
PRAGUE: David Čálek's Climbing Higher, the most attended documentary of 2015 in Czech cinemas and winner of best feature length film award at Canada’s Banff Mountain Film Competition in November…
PRAGUE: Petr Vaclav will start the casting for Il Boemo, the biopic of Mozart’s friend, Czech composer Josef Myslivecek, in January 2017. The project received the biggest grant ever from…
PRAGUE: The Czech State Cinematography Fund distributed 60 m CZK / 2,217,000 EUR in the late November round of production grants for 2016. From the total of 21 applications in…
The Estonian documentary Come Back Free won the Special Jury Prize in Amsterdam.
PRAGUE: Happy End directed by Jan Saska is on the shortlist of ten films vying for the Oscar in the Animated Shorts category.
IDF makes its annual appearance at IDFA.
FNE and Europa Distribution are launching a new chapter in our Distributor of the Month section focusing on new trends and challenges of film distribution. In the coming months we…
PRAGUE: I, Olga Hepnarova, a Czech/Slovak/Polish/French coproduction directed by Petr Kazda and Tomáš Weinreb, will be theatrically released in the UK on 18 November 2016, following its UK premiere on…
PRAGUE: Mia Film is handling production services on Heaven and Hell, a two part TV film which is the latest of several German productions shot in the Czech Republic in…
PRAGUE: After nine years of preparations and financing, US based Czech director, screenwriter and producer David Mrnka started shooting his new film titled Milada about Milada Horakova on 5 November…
PRAGUE: The State Cinematography Fund´s Council will redistribute funds saved during the year and increase the financial allocation for documentary films, minority coproductions, film festivals and script development. Most of…
Jihlava IDFF's East Silver Market reveals its most-viewed films.

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