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Future Frames 2021

Cineuropa covers European Film Promotion's Karlovy Vary showcase of short films by ten young filmmakers with reviews and interviews

Future Frames 2021

(from left to right): Jerry Hoffmann (Germany), Hyun Lories (Belgium), German Golub (Estonia), Mathias Seebacher (Austria), Katěrina Hroniková (Slovak Republic), Irlene Albanell Mellado (Spain), Ninna Pálmadóttir (Iceland), Magdalena Gajewska (Poland), Glen Bay Grant (Denmark); not pictured: Marcell Farkas (Hungary) (© KVIFF/Tomáš Novák)

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11 articles available in total starting from 28/07/2021. Last article published on 02/09/2021.

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Magdalena Gajewska • Director of The Cracks

Interview: Magdalena Gajewska • Director of The Cracks

“The image of motherhood that exists in the public space just started to piss me off”

The Polish director reveals she got free ice-cream after world-premiering her short at EFP’s Future Frames at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival  

02/09/2021 | Future Frames 2021

Hyun Lories • Director of Versailles

Interview: Hyun Lories • Director of Versailles

“My stories originate from the universe of youngsters, growing up on the margins of society, who are trying to find their way”

With plenty of domestic success already for the director’s short, the film is preparing for an international run, screening as part of EFP’s Future Frames at the 55th Karlovy Vary  

27/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

Glen Bay Grant • Director of True Mirror

Interview: Glen Bay Grant • Director of True Mirror

“We were fascinated by the (almost empty) phrase ‘finding yourself’ and the kind of people who preach this”

The Danish director comes to EFP’s Future Frames at the 55th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival for the world premiere of his short  

27/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

German Golub • Director of My Dear Corpses

Interview: German Golub • Director of My Dear Corpses

“Film is not just art; it’s an act of empathy driven by relationships from both sides of the screen”

German Golub’s short film previously won a Student Academy Award in 2020; he is now bound for Karlovy Vary as part of EFP’s Future Frames  

26/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

Irene Albanell Mellado • Director of Silent Club

Interview: Irene Albanell Mellado • Director of Silent Club

“The value in one’s life is not necessarily found in how perfectly you fit with society’s standards”

As part of EFP’s Future Frames, the Spanish director wends her to way to Karlovy Vary with the tale of a child and her drug-addicted parent  

26/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

Kateřina Hroníková  • Director of Rheum

Interview: Kateřina Hroníková • Director of Rheum

“I wouldn't believe that one day I'd have the opportunity to present my own film at Karlovy Vary”

The Slovak director returns to the festival she visited as an audience member to present her film, part of European Film Promotion’s Future Frames  

25/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

Jerry Hoffmann  • Director of I AM

Interview: Jerry Hoffmann • Director of I AM

“I won’t stop working on stories that I feel matter”

The German filmmaker and actor discusses his sci-fi short, nominated at the 48th Student Academy Awards, and how he continues to work towards a more inclusive and diverse industry in Europe  

25/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

Mathias Seebacher  • Director of Home Is Where The Scars Are From

Interview: Mathias Seebacher • Director of Home Is Where The Scars Are From

“As I started to develop the characters and their internal lives, began to gain interest in who lives in these buildings and why”

The Austrian director blends the personal and the political in his film, which he discusses as he prepares for its international premiere as part of EFP’s Future Frames at Karlovy Vary  

24/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

Marcell Farkas  • Director of Szeurum

Interview: Marcell Farkas • Director of Szeurum

“A sense of naivety was a goal for this movie”

The Hungarian director invokes the spirit of Richard Linklater in his short, which will be part of EFP’s Future Frames at the 55th edition of Karlovy Vary  

22/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

Ninna Pálmadóttir  • Director of All Dogs Die

Interview: Ninna Pálmadóttir • Director of All Dogs Die

“There’s a powerful urge to create after these overwhelming times of isolation and sitting with your thoughts”

As the Icelandic-born director prepares for European Film Promotion’s Future Frames, held as part of Karlovy Vary, we discover more about her short  

21/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

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