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The second feature by Estonian director Rene Vilbre, I Was Here is continuing the recent wave of Estonian cinema on the international arena with the world premiere in Karlovy Vary's…
Multi-awarded Czech director Vladimír Michalek creates a bitter-sweet comedy from a seemingly banal situation, where father and son go on a walk together through the magical urban landscape of Prague.
The beginning of the €1 million budgeted (HUF250 million) Hungarian-German movie, The Class (Tablo) dates back to 1998, when the Hungarian-born, formerly New York-based Gabor Dettre first applied to the…
Will Tulpan repeat the success from Cannes in Karlovy Vary? The winner of this year's Un Certain Regard section in Cannes, Tulpan, directed by Sergei Dvortsevoy, joins the East to…
Film director Ivo Trajkov received the title Honorary Ambassador of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia by Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski. The ceremony in Prague came just in time…
Accomplished as a fiction author and theatre director, Ludmil Todorov once again proved himself one of Bulgaria's leading film directors with his realistic take on unemployment through the female point…
Renowned Polish director Dorota Kedzierzawska competes in the Karlovy Vary film festival's East of the West section with Time to die, one of the most awarded Polish films of the…
Lithuanian director Kristina Buozyte's debut film and film school graduation project, The Collectress, makes its international premiere in the East of the West competition at the 43th International Karlovy Vary…
Romanian director Radu Muntean's third feature film, Boogie (2008), competes in the East of the West section of the Karlovy Vary international film festival, following its selection for the Quinzaine…
Once again, aficionados of East and Central European film will journey to the Cinema Lazne III at the Karlovy Vary film festival to catch up on some of the most…
European films dominate the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival competition. Of the 14 films selected, 12 are European films or co-productions. The Czech Republic and France are represented by two…
For over a decade, the Czech Republic, particularly Prague, was the darling of foreign investors because of its historical monuments, varied exteriors, and low prices for high quality rent and…
Two time Academy Award winner Robert De Niro will receive the Award for Outstanding Artistic Contribution to World Cinema at the 43rd Karlovy Vary film festival. KVIFF president Jiri Bartoska…
The Czech Film Commission has teamed up with Prague City Hall to create a map of film locations used in famous films that were shot in the Czech capital. "Lights!…
The 48th Zlin International Film Festival for Children and Youth awarded 16 films during its closing ceremony on June 7. Top prizes went to Where is Winky's Horse?, a Dutch/Belgium…
European Film Promotion and Variety Critics' Choice have announced the ten titles chosen for the 11th year of the section at the Karlovy Vary film festival, running July 4-12. Seven…
Petr Koliha, artistic director of the Zlin International Film Festival for Children and Youth, received both the Meritorious Award and the Medal of Service to Zlin in recognition for "caring…
German actor Armin Mueller-Stahl will attend the 43rd Karlovy Vary film festival to host a gala opening of an exhibit of his paintings. The Oscar-nominated actor (for Shine) will be…
Czech new wave writer/director Ivan Passer heads the International Grand Jury at the 43rd Karlovy Vary film festival. Joining him are British actress Brenda Blethyn, Israeli director Ari Folman, U.S.…
The 48th International Film Festival for Children and Youth opens in Zlin on June 1 and runs through June 8. The oldest children's film festival in the world, Zlin will…

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