Future Frames: Generation Next of European Cinema at Karlovy Vary IFF

    Vinland by Martin Kuba Vinland by Martin Kuba source: EFP

    KARLOVY VARY: Ten films from outstanding young European directors will be presented in the Future Frames programme organised by European Film Promotion and the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

    This year the programme will have a hybrid formula including an industry focused online event and an on sight presentation at the festival, which runs from 1 to 9 July 2022.

    The films come from Lithuania, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Spain and Sweden.

    Recommended by the EFP member organisations and selected by the artistic team of KVIFF, the ten film students and graduates from schools throughout Europe take part in a tailor made programme including training, networking and promotion, and also in an exclusive masterclass and industry meetings with festival programmers, world sales agents, producers, film funders and other important industry members.


    I Was Max (Lithuania)
    Directed by Lukas Kacinauskas

    Fruits and Vegetables (Poland)
    Directed by Maciej Jankowski

    Liquid Bread (Slovakia)
    Directed by Alica Bednáriková

    Vinland (Czech Republic)
    Directed by Martin Kuba

    Lullaby (Austria)
    Directed by Magdalena Chmielewska

    If You Knew (Denmark)
    Directed by Nikolai G.H. Johanssen

    Carrier (Finland)
    Directed by Max Ovaska

    First Work, Then Play (Germany)
    Directed by Brenda Lien

    Winds of Springtime (Spain)
    Directed by Carmen Pedrero

    Catcave Hysteria (Sweden)
    Directed by Angelika Abramovitch

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