Janos Szasz’s Le Grand Cahier walked away with the Crystal Globe at the 48th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
As A Field In England prepares for its multi-platform release in the UK, director Ben Wheatley and producer Andrew Starke were in Karlovy Vary to present the film in competition.
Karlovy Vary’s industry days continue today with the Pitch & Feedback initiative, now in its second year. Czech and Slovak filmmakers presented projects in development which have international co-production potential.
Central and Eastern European filmmakers presented 19 projects at various stages of production at Karlovy Vary’s annual Works in Progress initiative.
Actor talks about working with De Niro for Killing Season.
French actress Audrey Tautou has cancelled her planned appearance at tonight’s opening of the 48th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
From John Travolta to Oliver Stone and Ben Wheatley, the 48th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival welcomed a diverse group of guests.
The co-director of Polish film Papusza, screening in Karlovy Vary’s competition, tells Screen about her desire to bring the Polish poet back to prominence.
Screen speaks to the director and producer of Le Grand Cahier (aka The Notebook) which screens at Karlovy Vary and is one of the first films to come out of the new Hungarian National Film Fund
Screen talks to Oliver Stone in Karlovy Vary for a retrospective of his work
The Icelandic director Marteinn Thorsson is in Karlovy Vary with the international premiere of his film XL in Competition.
Screen International caught up with the director of The Panic It Needle Park and the 1973 Palme D’or winning Scarecrow as he visits the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival for a retrospective of his work.
Karlovy Vary (June 28-July 6) celebrates its 48th edition by welcoming veterans as well as newcomers to its diverse programme of 425 screenings. Andreas Wiseman talks to the organisers.
Acclaimed film-making collective Borderline Films is the subject of a retrospective at Karlovy Vary in July. Jeremy Kay meets the principals.
The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival welcomed Cary Fukunaga yesterday for a special event showcasing the latest short film from the director of such films as Sin Nombre and Jane Eyre.
The director of French thriller 11.6, which has its International Premiere in Karlovy Vary’s International Competition, talks about crafting a feature film from real life events
John Travolta picks up a Crystal Globe lifetime achievement award at the 48th edition of the Czech film festival.
Dir: Nejc Gazvoda. Slovenia-Denmark-Croatia. 2013. 102mins
Dir: Janos Szasz. Hungary-Germany-Austria-France. 2013. 100mins
Dir: Vinko Brešan. Croatia-Serbia. 2012. 86mins
Dir: Yusup Razykov. Russia. 2013. 90mins
Dir/scr: Lance Edmands. US. 2013. 90mins
Dir/scr: Kadri Kõusaar. Estonia-Sweden. 2013. 103mins
Dir/scr: Alice Nellis. Czech Republic. 2013. 115mins
Dir/scr: Xaver Bermudez. Spain. 2013. 97mins
Dir: Ben Wheatley. UK. 2013. 91mins
Dirs/scr: Joanna Kos-Krauze, Krzysztof Krauze. Poland. 2013. 131mins
Dir: Jan Hrebejk. Czech Republic-Slovak Republic. 2013. 92mins
Dir: Philippe Godeau. France. 2013. 102mins
Dir: Marteinn Thorsson. Iceland. 2013. 87mins
Dirs: Pavol Pekarcik, Ivan Ostrchovsky, Peter Kerekes. Czech Republic-Croatia. 2013. 87mins
Dir: Mark Steven Johnson. US. 2013. 90mins
Dir: Penny Panayotopoulou. Greece-Germany. 2013. 105mins
Dir/scr: Josef Madmony. Israel. 2013. 117mins