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    Das Filmfestival in Karlovy Vary wird 50

    By Dorothea Holloway | July 14, 2015

    Im Tagesspiegel vom 11. Juli 2015 ist ein sehr informativer und unterhaltsamer Bericht über das tschechische Filmfestival in Karloyy Vary. Ron Holloway hat dieses Filmfest und seine Macher über alles geliebt. Wir haben uns in Karlovy Vary kennen gelernt, wo es statt einer Palme einen Kristallglobus zu gewinnen gibt.

    Oft haben wir in KINO über das sommerliche Fest der Filmleute aus aller Welt berichtet. Hier aus KINO – German Film No: 30 aus dem Jahr 1988:

    26th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
    A festival without sensation but loaded with atmosphere, this year’s Karlovy Vary film festival (July 7-19), an event alternating with Moscow, caught and held the attention of cineastes from the very beginning. The number of competing films had been limited to 20, to which another 12 were added in the Opera Prima section. Special screenings adequately filled in the gaps –– that and the charm of one of Europe’s loveliest spas. […] As for its Western profile, Karlovy Vary could sport such stellar attractions as Bernardo Bertolucci’s The last Emperor, Woody Allen’s Hannah and her Sisters, and Nikita Mikhalkov’s Black Eyes. The film market, too, could boast of a varied and fairly immense program.

    And the last chapter about Filmfestival Karlovy Vary in KINO – German Film No: 55 aus dem Jahre 1994 is:

    Czech President Vaclav Havel made a personal appearance at the awards ceremonies on closing night.He made it a point to affirm that Karloy Vary should remain in the future an important international film festival. Moreover, he announced that from now on it will take place annually, rather than biannually as in the past.

    Viel Glück!

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