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Karlovy Vary 2022

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27 articles available in total starting from 16/11/2021. Last article published on 06/07/2022.

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Review: Art Talent Show

Review: Art Talent Show

Adéla Komrzý and Tomáš Bojar's documentary depicts one week of entrance exams for the Prague Academy of Arts  

06/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Proxima

Review: A Room of My Own

Review: A Room of My Own

Ioseb “Soso” Bliadze’s film proves that the biggest drama always happens in the smallest of places  

06/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Competition

Review: The Ordinaries

Review: The Ordinaries

In her feature debut, Sophie Linnenbaum explores the societal divide through the lens of a movie set  

06/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Competition

My Best Friend’s Baby wins the MIDPOINT Feature Launch Award

My Best Friend’s Baby wins the MIDPOINT Feature Launch Award

The project by Sophie Vuković has received the €10,000 prize, while Dolphin by Sonja Orlewicz-Zakrzewska snagged the other two gongs handed out by the training and networking platform  

06/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | KVIFF Eastern Promises/Awards

KVIFF Eastern Promises announces its award winners

KVIFF Eastern Promises announces its award winners

The Burdened by Amr Gamal has received the Post-production Development Award, while Windless by Pavel G Vesnakov snagged the TRT Award  

06/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | KVIFF Eastern Promises/Awards

Graham Foy’s The Maiden wins the First Cut+ Award at Karlovy Vary

Graham Foy’s The Maiden wins the First Cut+ Award at Karlovy Vary

The debut feature will receive a €5,000 cash prize sponsored by Turkish public broadcaster TRT  

06/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | KVIFF Eastern Promises/Awards

Review: The Uncle

Review: The Uncle

Andrija Mardešić and David Kapac’s feature debut whisks us away to an awkward Christmas with a malevolent uncle in 1980s Yugoslavia  

05/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Proxima

Anna Kazejak • Director of Fucking Bornholm

Interview: Anna Kazejak • Director of Fucking Bornholm

“I have never received so many messages after any of my other films”

The Polish helmer discusses why her new feature is prompting so much feedback from her audience, and why film is her favourite art form  

05/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Competition

Review: Another Spring

Review: Another Spring

Mladen Kovačević's new documentary tackles the 1972 smallpox epidemic in Yugoslavia with an approach that combines a procedural account of events with a horror-film atmosphere  

05/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Proxima

Review: The Word

Review: The Word

Beata Parkanová makes a sincere but modest attempt to tell the story of life under communism in the aftermath of the 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia  

05/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Competition

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