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Czech Film Center and Czech films in Cannes 2017

Yesterday, the biggest film event of the year - the Cannes International Film Festival (17-28 May 2017) - started in the French seaside resort. In the official program and other important sections, Czech artists will again be represented, this year mainly in the form of co-productions.

The Czech Film and Film Industry in the largest film market is represented by the Czech Film Center and the Czech Film Commission, which have been a part of the State Fund of Cinematography since this year, and the Czech-Slovak Pavilion.

Two films with Czech participation are included in the prestigious competition sections: the full-length film Out (directed by György Kristóf, shot in the Slovak-Hungarian-Czech co-production) was selected in the section Un Certain Regard, short- lived Atlantis, 2003 (directed by Michal Blaško, ) Will be featured in the Cinéfondation student section. Four more films will be screened at the Marché du Film film market, where DocCorner will also see a collection of Czech documents online.
Another success is the inclusion of producer Pavla Janoušková Kubečková in the program for promising film producers Producers on the Move , which is held in Cannes by international European Film Promotion. The animation is coming to the word - the Annecy Goes to Cannes action will be presented to film professionals by the upcoming project, according to the book Ivy Procházková Mice belong to the sky .

Czech-Slovak pavilion and Czech Film Center

The Czech Film Center is the official representative of Czech cinematography at the Marché du Film festival and on the Marché du Film film market, whose representatives will be available to foreign and Czech film professionals at the Czech-Slovak Pavilion all the time. The Pavilion provides a functional meeting environment, offers the possibility of organizing presentations or networking meetings. CFC regularly organizes various events during the festival, mostly in cooperation with other Czech or foreign subjects, and provides background for all Czech and Slovak visitors. Cannes's participation allows Czech cinematography and the film industry to be presented at the highest global level and to confirm that the Czech Republic has long been on the map of the film world.

This year's festival has another special aspect for the Czech Republic - for the first time since 2004, the Czech participation in Cannes will be supported by a visit by the Minister of Culture. Thirteen years after Paul Dostal arrives at the Cannes Festival, Minister of Culture Daniel Herman.

Source: tz

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