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Martin Kudláč


563 articles available in total starting from 26/09/2013. Last article published on 26/02/2021.

2020 was the year of the Scumbag at the Slovak box office

2020 was the year of the Scumbag at the Slovak box office

Before the pandemic ravaged the domestic box office, Mariana Čengel Solčanská and Rudolf Biermann’s political thriller took it by storm  

26/02 | Box Office | Slovakia

Caught in the Net makes history in Czech cinemas and tops the pandemic-era box office

Caught in the Net makes history in Czech cinemas and tops the pandemic-era box office

Barbora Chalupová and Vít Klusák's film about online predators dominated the domestic box office last year, becoming the first documentary to do so  

12/02 | Box Office | Czech Republic

Czech experimental docu-fiction Blue Box to marry genre with avant-garde filmmaking

Czech experimental docu-fiction Blue Box to marry genre with avant-garde filmmaking

The guerrilla project by Petr Šprincl and Marie Hájková merges mockumentary, noir, mystery and sci-fi as it tackles the topic of extremism  

12/02 | Production | Funding | Czech Republic

Shadow Country crowned Best Czech Film of 2020 by domestic film critics

Shadow Country crowned Best Czech Film of 2020 by domestic film critics

Agnieszka Holland has been hailed as Best Director for the biopic drama Charlatan, the Czech submission for the Oscars race  

08/02 | Festivals | Awards | Czech Republic

Peter Bebjak starts shooting revenge thriller Shadowplay

Peter Bebjak starts shooting revenge thriller Shadowplay

The Slovak director’s latest feature-length project will be shot in the new film noir style  

04/01 | Production | Funding | Czech Republic/Slovakia

Slovak animated short SH_T HAPPENS enters race for coveted statuettes on both sides of the Atlantic

Slovak animated short SH_T HAPPENS enters race for coveted statuettes on both sides of the Atlantic

The Slovak short film has qualified for the 2021 Oscar nominations and was picked as one of 12 animated short films nominated for the César Award  

31/12/2020 | Shorts | Slovakia/Czech Republic/France

Robert Kirchhoff prepares a feature-length project about “the icon of socialism with a human face”

Robert Kirchhoff prepares a feature-length project about “the icon of socialism with a human face”

The Slovak director is working on the documentary All Men Become Brothers, about Alexander Dubček  

29/12/2020 | Production | Funding | Slovakia/Czech Republic

Czech director Beata Parkanová shoots sophomore feature Word

Czech director Beata Parkanová shoots sophomore feature Word

Czech-Slovak 1960s drama Word, inspired by the director’s grandparents, is a second instalment in a planned trilogy  

28/12/2020 | Production | Funding | Czech Republic/Slovakia/Poland

The Czech Film Fund prepares for shifts in the audiovisual industry

The Czech Film Fund prepares for shifts in the audiovisual industry

Besides supporting and preserving the domestic film infrastructure, the CFF has begun preparing to transform into an audiovisual fund in order to respond to changes in the industry worldwide  

09/12/2020 | Industry | Market | Czech Republic

Maia Martiniak • Director of Unseen

Interview: Maia Martiniak • Director of Unseen

“I cannot tolerate violence against women in any form”

Cineuropa talks to Slovakian director Maia Martiniak, whose latest, award-winning work, Unseen, looks at different forms of violence against women during birth as well as subsequent trauma  

02/12/2020 | /Slovakia

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