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52. edition of Karlovy Vary IFF |30. 6. - 8. 7. 2017 |  Czech Republic



What´s Slovak in Karlovy Vary?



Slovak Films 16-17
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Online Database of Upcoming Slovak Films   

  The Line
Official Selection - Competition

SK, UA | 112 min. | 2017 | fiction
director: Peter Bebjak
  Interview with Wanda Adamík Hrycová
Meet Wanda Adamík Hrycová (*1978), producer of The Line, fourth feature film of Slovak director Peter Bebjak (his previous works are Čistič (2015), Zlo (2012) and Marhuľový ostrov (2011)), now in main competition of 52nd Karlovy Vary IFF. Just like in the story of the film, Wanda, former student of the Academy of Performing Arts VŠMU in Bratislava, was crossing various borders of the Slovak Arts – working as deputy managing director of radio station Twist, CEO of Slovak theatre Nová Scéna, CEO at MediaPro Entertainment, biggest production company in the field of TV content, just to name a few - before she established production company Wandal Production.
  Little Crusader
Official Selection - Competition

CZ, SK | 2017 | 90 min. | fiction
director:Václav Kadrnka
  This Is Not Me
Documentary Films - Competition

SK, CZ | 2016 | 90 min. | documentary
director:Miro Remo
  Interview with Miro Remo
Meet Miro Remo (1983), documentary filmmaker, graduate from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. Three of his student films were screened at festivals around the world, earning more than 40 awards. To date he has notched his greatest success with an original short portrait of his uncle and grandmother entitled Arsy-Versy (2003). His feature-length documentary debut Comeback (2014), which takes place in the most watched Slovak prison, was premiered at Karlovy Vary IFF in the Documentary Competition. In 2016 he finished two feature films - a satirical documentary Coolture (2016) aiming at the commercialization and trivialization of Slovakia’s cultural milieu after 1989, and a biopic of Slovak singer Richard Müller This Is Not Me.
  The White World According to Daliborek
Documentary Films - Competition

CZ, SK, GB | 2017 | 105 min. | documentary
director: Vít Klusák
East of the West - Competition

SK, CZ | 2017 | 82 min. | fiction
director: Juraj Lehotský
  Interview with Juraj Lehotský
Meet Juraj Lehotský, director of Nina, now vying in East of the West section of 52nd Karlovy Vary IFF. Juraj has already started his directing career out big when his debut documentary film Blind Loves (2008) premiered in the prestigious Directors' Fortnight section of Cannes IFF, and was awarded the CICAE Art Cinema Award in 2008. He introduced his second feature film Miracle (2013) to the international audience at Karlovy Vary IFF in 2013, where he received a Special mention in the East of the West competition section. Four years later, Lehotský returns to Karlovy Vary to fight for the recognition of the jury in the same competition section with his latest film Nina (2017).
  Atlantis, 2003
Future Frames

SK, CZ | 2017 | 30 min. | fiction
Director: Michal Blaško
  Czech Films 2016-2017
Section Czech Films 2016-2017 showcases these films:: Ice Mother (d. Bohdan Sláma), Červená (d. Olga Sommerová), Oddsockeaters (d. Galina Miklínová), A Prominent Patient (d. Julius Ševčík), Out (d. György Kristóf), Little Harbour (d. Iveta Grófová), Spoor (d. Agnieszka Holland), Filthy (d. Tereza Nvotová).
  The Shop on Main Street
Out of the Past

CS | 1965 | 125 min. | fiction
Directors: Ján Kadár, Elmar Klos
  Blind Loves
People Next Door

SK | 77 min. | 2008 | documentary
director: Juraj LEhotský
  Pitch & Feedback
4. 7. | 10:00 – 13:00 | Industry Pool | Hotel Thermal
Pitch & Feedback is the annual presentation of six to seven selected Czech and Slovak feature film projects in development. Pitch & Feedback is organized by Czech Film Center, Slovak Film Institute and Karlovy Vary IFF.
  Industry Programme
Upcoming Slovak project will be also presented at Works in Porgress, Eurimages Lab Project Award and Docu Talents platforms.
  Further Industry Events
>Majority or Minority Co-productions? Debating the Possibilities of Effective Support for Czecho-Slovak Films
>Innovative Examples of Film Distribution in Europe - Showcase by Creative Europe – MEDIA
>Annual Conference – Europa Distribution


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updated: 30.06.2017