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An overview with Facts and Figures about Czech Films

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Czech Fim Center prepared  traditional annual overview of Czech films, their participation in festivals and sales. Innocence by Jan Hřebejk in fourth position in local Box Office "The descent from the top of the ladder to the bottom of the barrel can be very quick. Sometimes just one sentence suffices to destroy everything you've built up like a house of cards. A respected doctor, beloved father and husband faces charges…" More Overview provides an ov...

The New Czech Cinema 2010/ 14th Czech Film Festival Press Release

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 Now celebrating its 14th year, the annual Czech festival presents this year a selection of award-winning new Czech features, and demonstrates an increased interest in exploring subjects dealing with the years of Nazi occupation, the different decades of domination by Soviet communism and more traditionally dreams and fantasy as seen in the latest Svankmajer’s movie fresh from Venice and London Film Festival. The season kicks off with Marek Najbrt’s Protector (2009) in the Gala scree...

Kawasaki's Rose wins Finale Plzen festival

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  Director Jan Hřebejk picked up the Golden Kingfisher for best feature film and the Audience Award for Kawasaki's Rose at the closing ceremony of Finale festival of Czech films held in Plzen on Friday, April 23.   The Golden Kingfisher in the best feature film category: Kawasaki's Rose - directed by Jan Hřebejk Reason for the verdict: For its emotional interpretation of the recent past, and especially for its several virtous scenes, that were entertaining on on...

Berlinale 2010 two lasting film moments and some stars

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Awards by the specialized juries at the berlinale sometimes are a better indication of the quality of the productions selected than the official awards, though in the 2010 berlinale edition, few disputed the selections of the jury run by Werner Herzog and concurred with the choice of awards for BAL, THE GHOSTWRITER, CATERPILLAR, HOW I ENDED THIS SUMMER, and IF I WANT TO WHISTLE, I WHISTLE. These films obtaining the golden or silver bear awards, let in Herzog’s word the viewer discern dark corn...

Spotlight On Czech Cinema at FESTROIA

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  by Sandy Mandelberger, Festival Dailies Editor Each year, FESTROIA shines its spotlight on a different film producing country. This year, it is the turn of the Czech Republic, which has been at the forefront of international filmmaking since its celebrated heyday in the 1960s. One of its best known films of that era, CLOSELY WATCHED TRAINS by Jiri Menzel was screened here on Sunday evening, with the 76-year-old director in attendance. A gentle satire on Czech life du...

Czech Films In Spotlight

Friday, March 23----Four films from the Czech Republic are being spotlighted at this year's Bermuda International Film Festival. Few countries have a cinematic history as rich as the Czech Republic, which has maintained a consistent output of films stretching from the silent era to today,” says BIFF deputy director Duncan Hall. “The Czech New Wave era of the 1960s was the high point – two films from then-Czechoslovakia won the Best Foreign Film Oscar between 1965 and 1968. Some observe...
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