News New films by Khlebnikov, Ovashvili and Kos-Krauze to premiere in Karlovy Vary Competition
Published: May 26, 2017| 12:18 PM
The dozen of titles in the festival’s main section will include Birds Are Singing in Kigali. The last film of the deceased Krzysztof Krauze is depicting painful consequences of the Rwandan genocide and was completed by his co-director and wife Joanna Kos-Krauze. Three years after receiving the KVIFF‘s Crystal Globe for Corn Island George Ovashvili is returning to Karlovy Vary with no less unmistakably directed Khibula, an archetypal story inspired by journey of the newly independent Georgia’s first president. Competition will also present Boris Khlebnikov’s new drama Arrhythmia, Václav Kadrnka’s medieval cinematic pilgrimage Little Crusader, Peter Bebjak’s criminal thriller The Line, American unconventional romantic comedy about (ab)normality in love Keep the Change, remarkable debuts Raland Road from India and Israeli-German Cakemaker, and More, the first directorial attempt by Turkish actor Onur Saylak.
You can learn more about the Main Competition here.