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864 articles available in total starting from 04/10/2002. Last article published on 21/10/2021.

Peter Bebjak • Director of The Auschwitz Report

Interview: Peter Bebjak • Director of The Auschwitz Report

“Personally, I believe we are living in times when we need heroic films about people who had an important mission”

The prolific Slovak filmmaker talks about his most ambitious project yet, which has just premiered domestically and in the USA  

29/09 | /Slovakia/Czech Republic/Poland/Germany

Charter snags the top prize at Febiofest Prague

Charter snags the top prize at Febiofest Prague

The festival has also handed out an Award for Best Comedy as well as a prize for the best film dealing with human rights and freedom of expression  

29/09 | Febiofest Prague 2021 | Awards

Review: The Crossing

Review: The Crossing

Fabulously creative with her painterly approach to animation, Florence Miailhe signs a very successful film for all audiences about the poignant story of two young migrants  

28/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | Zabaltegi-Tabakalera

Emanuel Pârvu • Director of Mikado

Interview: Emanuel Pârvu • Director of Mikado

“I know a film cannot change the world, but it can raise questions”

We talked to the Romanian director, who seems determined to get to the bottom of complicated family situations in his sophomore feature  

28/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

Review: Mikado

Review: Mikado

With an impressive economy of resources, Emanuel Pârvu explores the ideas of guilt and accountability  

24/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

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 | Febiofest Prague 2021

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

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