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849 articles available in total starting from 04/10/2002. Last article published on 22/09/2021.

An anatomy of the latest in Czech cinema on show at Finále Plzeň

An anatomy of the latest in Czech cinema on show at Finále Plzeň

Festival favourites, upcoming premieres and Czech co-productions will represent the 2020-2021 season of domestic cinema  

22/09 | Finále Plzeň 2021

Aga Woszczyńska  • Director of Silent Land

Interview: Aga Woszczyńska • Director of Silent Land

“Nobody in this film is either just good or just bad; there are a lot of nuances within the personality of each character”

We talked to the Polish director to get the low-down on her film, which is ostensibly about the collapse of a relationship but actually tackles something far more important  

22/09 | Toronto 2021 | Platform

Review: Silent Land

Review: Silent Land

Aga Woszczyńska’s first feature is a quiet yet powerful drama about an accident that upends the summer holidays of a well-off Polish couple  

21/09 | Toronto 2021 | Platform

Mike Downey honoured with the Kristián Lifetime Achievement Award at Febiofest

Mike Downey honoured with the Kristián Lifetime Achievement Award at Febiofest

The Irish-British producer and European Film Academy chairman was presented with the prize at the opening of the festival by British film and theatre director Stephen Daldry  

20/09 | Festivals | Awards | Czech Republic

The latest crop of European episodic production to be showcased at Serial Killer

The latest crop of European episodic production to be showcased at Serial Killer

From 21-26 September, the fourth, hybrid, edition of the international festival for TV and web series will be spotlighting Belgian episodic production  

17/09 | Festivals | Awards | Czech Republic

Shooting kicks off on Le Terme di Terezin

Shooting kicks off on Le Terme di Terezin

Shot inside the infamous Theresienstadt concentration camp, the film is co-produced by Italy’s Minerva Pictures and Czech firm Three Brothers Production  

17/09 | Production | Funding | Italy/Czech Republic

Prague International Film Festival – Febiofest to premiere the latest batch of Czech films

Prague International Film Festival – Febiofest to premiere the latest batch of Czech films

The sprawling gathering will be opened by Woody Allen’s Rifkin’s Festival on 17 September and brought to a close by Florian Zeller’s The Father on the 24th  

16/09 | Festivals | Awards | Czech Republic

Jan P Matuszyński  • Director of Leave No Traces

Interview: Jan P Matuszyński • Director of Leave No Traces

“I came up with this concept that maybe I made this film out of fear”

VENICE 2021: A leading light of new Polish cinema, the director talks us through his complex true-life tale of the aftermath of a death in police custody  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Bogdan George Apetri  • Director of Miracle

Interview: Bogdan George Apetri • Director of Miracle

“As a filmmaker, you never need to go wide; you need to go deep”

VENICE 2021: The writer-director talks about his new film, which explores the trials and tribulations of two very different characters, a nun and a police inspector  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

Review: Leave No Traces

Review: Leave No Traces

VENICE 2021: Rising Polish filmmaker Jan P Matuszyński is in competition with a sprawling procedural on the 1983 killing of student Grzegorz Przemyk in Warsaw  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

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