Hungarian drama won best film and best actor, while Czech features also saw success.
Serbia-Bulgaria-Macedonia co-pro wins takes prize.
Names and projects announced at Karlovy Vary.
Audience winner also revealed in Karlovy Vary.
War thriller Anthropoid opens film festival in Czech Republic.
Guests at this year’s event will include Joshua Marston and actor Michael Shannon who will present new mystery-drama Complete Unknown.
Amazon Studios’ Ted Hope to reveal “vision for film”; works in progress winner to receive new award worth more than $100,000.
Festival reveals guests headed to Karlovy Vary next month.
Festival also to host Frank Daniel tribute with workshop and screening.
The final film of Jan Nemec, who died in March, to play in the main competition.
Fifty Shades Of Grey star to attend opening of the festival.
The initiative selects ten film students and graduates, introducing their films to industry at the Karlovy Vary festival.
World premiere of Intimate Lighting restoration, a focus on Mexican female directors, a tribute to Otto Preminger and the first Eurimages Lab Project Award set for 2016 edition.
The midpoint between Cannes and Toronto, Karlovy Vary (July 1-9) has still managed to carve out a winning niche. Tom Grater speaks to artistic director Karel Och about this year’s programme.
Dir/scr. Szabolcs Hajdu. Hungary, 2016. 81 min.
Dir: Damjan Kozole. Slovenia/Macedonia/Bosnia and Herzegovina. 2016. 87 mins
Dir. Jan Hrebejk. Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, 2016. 103 min.
Dir/scr: Grzegorz Zariczny. Poland 2016. 78 mins
Dirs/scr: Tomas Bojar, Rozaile Kohoutova. Czech Republic, 2016. 76 mins
Dir: Sven Taddicken. Germany 2016, 101 mins
Dir: Otto Bell. US. 2016. 87 mins
Dir/scr: Jan Nemec. Czech Republic/Slovakia/France. 2016. 68 mins
Dir/scr: Attila Till, Hungary. 2016. 105 mins
Dir/scr: Ivan I. Tverdovsky. Russia/France/Germany, 2016. 87 mins
Dir: Sean Ellis. Czech Republic, UK, France. 2016, 120 mins