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The 49th edition of Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
23 June 2014
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The 49th edition of Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, one of the most important festivals worldwide, will take place from 4 to 12 July 2014 in Czech Republic and once again the lucky ones, who will attend the festival, will have the opportunity to choose between 238 films in 20 different categories. Among this great variety of European and International movies, 19 Balkan films will also screen during Karlovy Vary IFF 2014.

Although this year no Balkan films were selected for the Official Competition and the Out of Competition section, we meet them many other categories!

Barbarians by Ivan Ikic

Barbarians by Ivan Ikic, along with Bota by Iris Elezi and Thomas Logoreci (Albania/Italy/Kosovo, 2014, 100min) and the Slovenian film The Tree by Sonja Prosenc (2014, 90min) will screen in the East of the West section. In the same category also participate Norway by the Greek director Yiannis Veslemes and the film Monument to Michael Jackson by Darko Lungulov.

Stratos by Yannis Economides

In the Forum of Independents section we meet the Italian/Romanian/Greek co-production Late Season by Danilo Caputo (2014, 80min). Also Stratos by Yannis Economiedes with a screen in the Horizons category, while Angelos Frantzis΄ newest and currently in the editing room, Symptom, is participating at the Work in Progress section of the festival.

Love and Engineering by Tonislav Hristov

The Croatian Autofocus by Boris Poljak (2013, 28min) and Istanbul United by Olli Waldhauer and Farid Eslam (Germany/Czech Republic/Turkey/Switzerland, 2014, 90min) will compete in the Documentary Films Official Competition. On the other hand, Love and Engineering by Tonislav Hristov ( Finland/Germany/Bulgaria, 2014, 80min) will screen in the Documentary Films Out of Competition section.

Xenia by Panos Koutras

In Another View the Balkan film participating are At Home by Athanasios Karanikolas, Cannibal by Manuel Martin Cuenca (Spain/Romania/Russia/France, 2013, 117min), The Disobedient by Mina Dukic, Singing Women by Reha Erdem, Viktoria by Maya Vitkova and Xenia by Panos Koutras.

Class Enemy by Rok Bicek

Finally, in Variety Critics’ Choice: Europe Now! Section the Slovenian Class Enemy by Rok Bicek and the Romanian Quod Erat Demonstrandum by Andrei Gruzniczki will represent the Balkan region.

For more information about the Official Selection of the please visit the 49th Karlovy Vary IFF Official Website
  Singing Women
  The Disobedient
  Monument to Michael Jackson
  Class Enemy
  At Home
  Quod Erat Demonstrandum
  Love & Engineering
  Bota / Under The Canebrakes
  The Tree
  Istanbul United
  Angelos Frantzis
  Darko Lungulov
  Maya Vitkova
  Yannis Economides
  Panos H. Koutras
  Yannis Veslemes
  Reha Erdem
  Mina Djukic
  Athanasios Karanikolas
  Ivan Ikic
  Boris Poljak
  Rok Bicek
  Andrei Gruzsniczki
  Tonislav Hristov
  Iris Elezi
  Thomas Logoreci
  Sonja Prosenc
  Farid Eslam
  Olli Waldhauer
  Manuel Martin Cuenca
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