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Karlovy Vary International Film Festival


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KVIFF Eastern Promises unveils the projects that will be showcased during the online Industry Program.

KVIFF Eastern Promises

 

KVIFF Eastern Promises Industry Days unveils 41 selected film projects, which will be presented at Works in Progress, First Cut+ Works in Progress, Docs in Progress, Works in Development - Feature Launch and Eurimages Lab Project Award. Presentations of projects to industry professionals will take place on Monday, July 6, Tuesday, July 7, and Wednesday, July 8, and the most promising projects will receive awards of the total value of 165.000 EUR. 

 

In order to attend this year’s online program, film industry professionals must be registered by June 22, 2020 at the latest. The registration form can be found on www.kviff.com or here

 

A total of eight projects were selected for Works in Progress from the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and North Africa. The films are in the post-production stage.  

 

 

Absence (Iran, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic) 

Director: Ali Mosaffa 

Producer: Ali Mosaffa, Jordi Niubo, Filip Remunda, Silvia Panáková, Eric Panák 

 

The Alleys (Jordan, Quatar, France, Saudi Arabia) 

Director: Bassel Ghandour 

Producer: Rula Nasser 

 

Black Medusa (Tunisia, Luxembourg) 

Director, Producer: ismaël 

 

Field (Georgia) 

Director: Lasha Tskvitinidze 

Producer: Nodar Nozadze, Giorgi Kobalia, Nato Sikharulidze 

 

Snow White Dies at the End (North Macedonia) 

Director: Kristijan Risteski 

Producer: Darko Popov 

 

 

 

 

Stop-Zemlia (Ukraine) 

(original title, English title n/a at the moment) 

Director: Kataryna Gornostai 

Producer: Vitaliy Sheremetiev, Viktoriia Khomenko, Olga Beskhmelnytsina, Natalia Libet 

 

Troubled Minds (Latvia, Norway) 

Director: Raitis Ābele, Lauris Ābele 

Producer: Roberts Vinovskis, Raitis Ābele, Kristele Pudane 

 

Wiarołom (Poland) 

Director: Piotr Złotorowicz 

Producer: Jerzy Kapuściński, Ewa Jastrzębska 

 

 

Additional eight Works in Progress projects will be introduced thanks to the First Cut+ program, showcasing projects that previously participated in First Cut Lab programs.  

 

Broad Peak (Poland, Italy)  

Director: Leszek Dawid 

Producer: Pola Langowska  

 

Deskmate (Turkey, Romania)  

Director: Ferit Karahan 

Producer: Kanat Doğramacı  

 

I am FINE, thanks (Lithuania)  

Director: Ernestas Jankauskas 

Producer: Gabija Siurbyte 
 

Immaculate (Romania)  

Director: Monica Stan, George Chiper Lillemark 

Producer: Marcian Lazar  

 

January (Bulgaria, Portugal, Luxembourg)  

Director: Andrey Paounov 

Producer: Vanya Rainova  

 

The Runner (Lithuania, Czech Republic)  

Director: Andrius Blaževičius 

Producer: Marija Razgutė 

 

 

The Users (Serbia, Slovenia, Netherlands, Bosnia and Herzegovina) 

Director: Ivan Ikić 

Producer: Milan Stojanović, Marija Stojanović 
 

Wild Roots (Hungary, Slovakia)  

Director: Hajni Kis 

Producer: Júlia Berkes, Balázs Zachar 

 

Works in Progress Awards: The TRT prize of 10.000 EUR will be decided by jury members Vanja Kaludjerčić (IFF Rotterdam), Gabor Greiner (Films Boutique), and Faruk Güven (TRT). The Post-production Development Award will be decided by the sponsoring representatives of UPP, Soundsquare, advised by KVIFF’s Artistic Director Karel Och. The Works in Progress sessions will be presented online on Monday, July 6 at 14:00-17:00 and Tuesday, July 7 at 14:00-17:00.

 

Eight projects were selected for Docs in Progress, introducing documentary films from the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and North Africa. They are in late production stage or in post-production. The prize of 5.000 EUR will be decided by jury members Salma Abdalla (Autlook Filmsales), Rada Šešić (film consultant and curator) and Charlotte Cook (Field of Vision). ​The session will be presented online Wednesday, July 8 at 14:00-16:30.

 

Every Single Minute (Czech Republic, Slovakia) 

Director: Erika Hníková  

Producer: Jiří Konečný 

 

Intensive Life Unit (Czech Republic) 

Director: Adéla Komrzý 

Producer: Pavla Janoušková Kubečková 

 

Homes (Latvia) 

Director, Producer: Laila Pakalniņa 

 

The Lines (Slovakia) 

Director: Barbora Sliepková 

Producer: Barbara Janišová Feglová 

 

Roma and the Camel Man (Georgia) 

Director: Irakli Metreveli 

Producer: Nodar Nozadze 

 

 

 

Until the Wedding (Poland) 

Director: Daniel Stopa 

Producer: Małgorzata Staroń 

 

Indoor – Tehran (Iran) 

Director: Azadi Moghadam 

Producer: Afsaneh Salari   

 

The Pawnshop (Poland) 

Director: Łukasz Kowalski 

Producer: Anna Mazerant, Łukasz Kowalski 

 

 

Works in Development - Feature Launch is a platform organised in collaboration of MIDPOINT Institute, an international script development program, co-production market When East Meets West and Trieste Film Festival and the KVIFF. Nine projects, developed within this Feature Launch program will be presented online and are now looking for co-production partners. They will compete for 10.000 EUR Development Award. The session will be presented online Tuesday, July 7 at 10:00-12:00.

 

CRISSEA IV (Romania) 

Director: Vladimir Dembinski 
Producer: Bogdan Crăciun 

 

The Fragile Beauty of Masculinity (Czech Republic, Slovakia) 

Director: Andrea Culková 
Producer: Miroslav Novák, Katarína Krnáčová 

 

Kyuka - Journeying to the Moon Through the Endless Sea (Greece) 

Director: Kostis Charamountanis 
Producer: Danae Spathara 

 

Neither Voice (Slovenia) 

Director: Ester Ivakič 
Producer: Andraž Jerič 

 

The Sanctuary (Bulgaria) 

Director: Katerina Borisova 
Producer: Eleni Dekidis 

 

 

 

 

Sara's Bungalow (Poland) 

Director: Julia Rogowska 
Producer: Krystyna Kantor 

 

Usud (Serbia) 

Director: Stefan Malešević 
Producer: Andrijana Sofranić Šućur 

 

Vacuum (Ukraine) 

Director: Yelizaveta Smith 
Producer: Aleksandra Kostina 

 

Two Times One (Bulgaria) 
Director: Vladimir Petev 
Producer: Vanya Rainova  

 

 

Eurimages Lab Project Award will showcase eight projects in production or post-production stage, each transgressing the borders of traditional filmmaking. The best project, selected by international jury comprised of Els Hendrix (Eurimages representative), Adina Pintilie (film director) and Mark Peranson (Berlinale) will receive an award of 50.000 EUR. The session will be presented online Wednesday, July 8 at 10:00-12:00.

 

Atlantide (Italy, France) 

Director: Yuri Ancarani 

Producer: Marco Alessi 

 

Bula (Belgium, Brazil) 

Director, Producer: Boris Baum 

Producer: Alexis Schmitz 

 

Burial (Lithuania, Norway) 

Director: Emilija Skarnulyte 

Producer: Dagnė Vildžiūnaite 

 

Five Dreamers and a Horse (Armenia, Germany) 

Director: Vahagn Khachatryan, Aren Malakyan 

Producer: Vahagn Khachatryan, Eva Blondiau 

 

Hello My Friend (Germany, Cuba) 

Director: Bettina Blümner 

Producer: Jamila Wenske 

Roots (Serbia, Croatia) 

Director: Tea Lukač 

Producer: Andrijana Sofranić Šućur 

 

Stepne (Ukraine, Germany, Poland) 

Director, Producer: Maryna Vroda 

 

Utopia (Ukraine, Austria, Netherlands) 

Director: Juri Rechinsky 

Producer: Thomas Herberth, Maxim Asadchiy, Kirsi Saivosalmy 

About Karlovy Vary International Film Festival


Karlovy Vary IFF is the most significant int`l festival, recognized by FIAPF, in the Central and Eastern Europe. Apart from the competitions it brings the unique opportunity to see the newest production and works in progress from the C.E. Europe.

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