Central European Films Head for Moscow International Film Festival


    MOSCOW: The 32 edition of the Moscow International Film Festival (www.moscowfilmfestival.ru) will be dominated by films from neighbouring central European countries with six films from CEE in the main competition and another film in the Perspectives competition.

    Poland has two films in the main programme and Moscow festival selectors seem to be following the Gdynia competition closely because the grand prix winners for both 2009 and 2010 have been selected: Reverse directed by Borys Lankosz (see FNE profile (19.9.09) in the Prespectives section and Little Rose directed by Jan Kidwa-Blonski (see FNE profile 24.5.10)

    CEE films in the Main Competition

    Little Rose dir. Jan Kidawa-Blonski, produced by the Documentary and Feature Film Production Company (www.wfdif.com.pl) in co-production with Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. (www.tvp.pl) and Monolith Films (www.monolith.pl). financing from the Polish Film Institute (www.pisf.pl). Poland, 2010

    Besa dir: Srdjan Karanović , produced by Film House Bas Celik www.bascelik.net (Serbia) , Vertigo/Emotionfilm www.emotionfilm.si (Slovenia) ASAP Films (France) Tivoli Films www.tivolifilms.com (Hungary) Arkadena Zagreb (Croatia) 2009

    An Earthly Paradise for the Eyes dir. Irena Pavlásková produced by Cineart TV Prague, Czech Republic, 2009

    The Last Report on Anna, dir. Marta Meszaros produced by produced by Hunnia Film Studio www.hunniafilm.hu ( Hungary) 2009

    Different Mothers dir. Mihai Ionesku, Tiberiu Iordan produced by Gef Art Film (Romania) 2010

    Footsteps in the Sand dir.Ivaylo Hristov, produced by Pro Film www.profilmsbg.com Bulgarian National Film Center www.nfc.bg NU Boyana Film www.nuboyanafilm.com (Bulgaria) 2010


    Reverse - dir. Borys Lankosz, Produced by Studio Filmowe KADR (www.kadr.com.pl) in co-production with The Documentary and Feature Films Studio (www.wfdif.com.pl, WFDiF) and Syrena Films Poland, 2009