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101 articles available in total starting from 10/10/2005. Last article published on 26/05/2020.

Slovak filmmaker Juraj Jakubisko finishing special effects on the sequel to The Feather Fairy

Slovak filmmaker Juraj Jakubisko finishing special effects on the sequel to The Feather Fairy

Late Italian actress Giulietta Masina, the original Feather Fairy, is to be digitally revived for The Feather Fairy and Two Worlds  

26/05 | Production | Funding | Slovakia/Czech Republic

Václav Kadrnka finishes shooting Saving One Who Was Dead

Václav Kadrnka finishes shooting Saving One Who Was Dead

After his award-winning debut, Eighty Letters, and the critically acclaimed Little Crusader, the Czech auteur is finishing the final instalment in his “Absence of a Loved One” trilogy  

25/05 | Production | Funding | Czech Republic/Slovakia

Film Europe launches new VoD service and will merge two channels to create Film Europe+

Film Europe launches new VoD service and will merge two channels to create Film Europe+

The Be2Can and Ceskoslovensko channels will fuse and become one single brand as the company rolls out Edisonline  

30/04 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Slovakia/Czech Republic

Censor by Peter Kerekes nearing completion

Censor by Peter Kerekes nearing completion

The established Slovakian documentary filmmaker and producer is working on his eagerly awaited feature-length fiction debut  

22/04 | Production | Funding | Slovakia/Czech Republic/Ukraine

Review: Caught in the Net

Review: Caught in the Net

The new documentary by Czech filmmakers Vít Klusák and Barbora Chalupová explores the dark world of online sexual child abuse and turns an experiment into a social intervention  

18/03 | One World Prague 2020

Febiofest festivals disrupted in Prague and Bratislava in the wake of coronavirus outbreak

Febiofest festivals disrupted in Prague and Bratislava in the wake of coronavirus outbreak

The epidemic continues to slam shut the gates of various cultural events in the Czech Republic and Slovakia  

11/03 | Festivals | Awards | Czech Republic/Slovakia

Review: Servants

Review: Servants

BERLINALE 2020: Slovak filmmaker Ivan Ostrochovský has crafted an uncompromising piece of arthouse cinema with thriller elements in this story of the Catholic Church in communist Czechoslovakia  

03/03 | Berlinale 2020 | Encounters

Agnieszka Holland  • Director of Charlatan

Interview: Agnieszka Holland • Director of Charlatan

“Love can be stronger than any of our weaknesses”

BERLINALE 2020: We met up with FAMU-educated Polish director Agnieszka Holland to discuss Charlatan, her film about a 1930s Czech healer  

29/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Review: Charlatan

Review: Charlatan

BERLINALE 2020: In her new film, Agnieszka Holland finds herself a new real-life hero. And then makes him human  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Ivan Ostrochovský  • Director of Servants

Interview: Ivan Ostrochovský • Director of Servants

“I want the audience to understand how easy it is to end up on the wrong side of history”

BERLINALE 2020: We chatted to Slovak documentary filmmaker Ivan Ostrochovský, who has premiered Servants, his sophomore fiction feature after the much-celebrated Koza  

25/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Encounters

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