PRAGUE: Ten films are competing in the New Europe main competition of the 24th edition of the Febiofest international film festival, which will take place in Prague from 23 to 31 March 2017.
Eight titles will compete for the Amnesty International Award.
Jan Tříska, Abel Ferrara and Peter Suschitzky will receive Kristian Awards for artistic contribution to world cinematography. The guest list of the festival includes Emir Kusturica, Agnieszka Holland and Ulrich Thomsen.
A total of 155 films from 55 countries will screen in Prague from 23 to 31 March 2017 and afterwards in thirteen Czech towns until the end of April 2017.
NEW EUROPE COMPETITION:
Filthy / Špina (Slovakia, Czech Republic) Directed by Tereza Nvotova Produced by BFilm Coproduced by Moloko Film Supported by the Slovak Audiovisual Fund and the Czech Cinematography Fund
Godless (Bulgaria, Denmark) Directed by Raliza Petrova Produced by Klas Film Coproduced by Snow Glob Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center, Danish Film Institute, Eurimages
Heartstone / Hjartasteinn (Denmark, Island)Directed by Gudmundur Arnar Gudmundsson
Home is Here / Doma je tady (Austria, Czech Republic)Directed by Tereza KotykProduced by KGP Kranzelbinder Gabriele Production GmbHCoproduced by Axman productionSupported by the Austrian Culturforum in Prague
Playground / Plac Zabaw (Poland) Directed by Bartosz M. Kowalski Produced by Film It Supported by the Polish Film Institute
Self-criticism of a Bourgeois Dog / Selbstkritik eines bürgerlichen Hundes (Germany)Directed by Julian Radlmaier
The Childhood of a Leader (France, Hungary, United Kingdom)Directed by Brady Corbet
The Giant / Jätten (Denmark, Sweden)Directed by Johannes Nyholm
The Last Family (Poland) Directed by Jan P. Matuszynski Produced by Aurum Film Coproduced by HBO Polska, Lightcraft, Universal Music Polska Supported by the Polish Film Institute
The Parc / Le Parc (France)Directed by Damien Manivel