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Tag: Karlovy Vary Festival
A woman uses her pregnancy to smuglle drugs through the border, thinking to be in control. But she is not.
The film brings on a new take on immigration and exploitation of people in need, with a stady narrative and an intense lead character.
A girl cannot sleep, no therapy works and no one really cares for her that much. An astounding short film with a mesmerising new young actress.
Meet-ups in the digiatl age can be tricky, so better not reveal oneself all at once. A truthful and insightful short film.
When creativity is work and you cannot find insipration: this is what this pop and multidimensional film is about.
A cinematic letter of director Carmen Pedrero to her teen self of the past.
A loving drama about parents and children, about accepting oneself, and about a new dress that can change a lot of things. Maciej Jankowski in Future Frames at KVIFF describes his diploma film.
Satire and sense of humour as the best ways to direct a family portrait. In Future Frames Slovak director Alica Bednáriková discusses family and women in cinema
A chat with the cast of Damjan Kozole’s latest film.