HAMBURG: Ten film students and graduates will present their films to industry professionals during European Film Promotion’s Future Frames taking place 2-5 July 2017 during the Karlovy Vary IFF.
The participants include students and graduates of five leading CEE schools. Czech director Damián Vondrášek will present his second short feature Imprisoned, nominated for Best Short Film at the national Czech Lion Film Awards. Georgian director Giorgi Mukhadze, nominated for the 2016 Tsinandali Award, which honours Georgia's brightest young scientists and artists, is represented bt his diploma film Waiting for Ana. Liene Linde, whose diploma film won the Latvian National Film Award, will present her postgraduate work Seven Awkward Sex Scenes. Part One. Romanian director Matei Lucaci-Grunberg brings Bones for Otto, which was nominated for Best Short at the Transilvanian International Film Festival. Slovak student director Michal Blaško will screen his bachelor project, Atlantis, 2003 after it premieres in the Cinéfondation competition during this year's Cannes Film Festival. Slovenian director Katarina Morano, who attracted critical praise for her second film, which was nominated for the Student Oscar award in 2014, will now be presenting her Master's degree project Ljubljana - München 15:27.
For complete information on the Future Frames programme, click HERE.