Multiple awards will generate interest in Shawkat Amin Korki's dark tale of a director and producer battling the odds to make a feature about Saddam Hussein's Al Anfal massacre against the Kurds.
Karlovy Vary Film Festival
Through a mix-up at a border checkpoint, an Israeli performance artist trades places with a Palestinian suicide bomber in what sounds like a fairly conventional mistaken-identity comedy. But Shira…
The bleak apartment building in Gyorgy Palfi's "Free Fall" boasts seven floors, but not quite seven stories.
Tender and surprising, "Afterlife" is a low-key, absurdist coming-of-age tale that explores the relationship between an anxious twentysomething guy and his controlling father
"White Nights," Dostoyevsky's melancholic 1848 story of loneliness fleetingly relieved, has inspired many a notable filmmaker to bittersweet heights — Luchino Visconti ("White Nights"), Robert…
Generally under-represented in queer cinema, the "B" quadrant of LGBT culture gets some gentle, thoughtful attention in David Lambert's refreshingly polysexual romantic comedy "All Yours."
New Europe Film Sales has picked up two pics slated to make their world premieres at the Karlovy Vary film festival: "Rocks in My Pockets," by Signe Baumane, and "Kebab & Horoscope," from Grzegorz…
The Karlovy Vary Film Fest is to fete American filmmaker William Friedkin and pay tribute to U.S. development, production and management company Anonymous Content. Friedkin will receive the Crystal…
Lech Walesa to Present Director’s Cut of ‘Walesa: Man of Hope’ at Karlovy Vary Film Fest (EXCLUSIVE)
Nobel Prize winner and former Polish President Lech Walesa will attend the Karlovy Vary Film Festival to introduce the world premiere of the director's cut of Andrzej Wajda’s “Walesa: Man of Hope,”…
The Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival, Central and Eastern Europe’s leading movie event, will pay tribute to Italian filmmaker Elio Petri, Indian moviemaker Anurag Kashyap, and British director and…