This taut, nuanced longform work from Agnieszka Holland reps a valuable contribution to our understanding of the past half-century of Czech history.
Karlovy Vary Film Festival
Vitaly Mansky's illuminating documentary explores the contrast between the haves and have-nots along a Russian gas pipeline.
An exquisitely photographed but dramatically underwhelming portrait of little-known Polish-Roma poet Bronislawa Wajs.
This acerbic satire from top Croatian helmer Vinko Bresan could find niche arthouse exposure in some territories.
“Hungarian cinema is back,” declares Agnes Havas, chief exec of the Hungarian National Film Fund, after Janos Szasz’s “Le Grand Cahier" (The Notebook), the first film funded by her young org to…
The honeymoon phase ends more quickly than expected for a Czech couple when past secrets come to light in Jan Hrebejk’s tense new feature. The prolific helmer nabbed directing honors at the Karlovy…
Arthouse programmers should take note of this snappy, sparkling comedy from talented Czech helmer-scribe Alice Nellis.
Berlin-based sales company Films Boutique has closed several deals on Polish film “Floating Skyscrapers,” which won the best film award in the East of the West section in Karlovy Vary Film Festival…
Brooklyn-based Big World Pictures has acquired Martin Lund's critically-acclaimed debut "The Almost Man" for U.S. distribution.
Hungarian helmer Janos Szasz's drama is a distinctively photographed, chillingly atmospheric tale of wartime horrors.