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Big news from the Czech Film Fund

The recent call for Minority Co-Productions saw a surge in applications for the Czech Film Fund. They received 34 applications, and supported 10 projects with Lonely Production contributing to two of them.  Director Lungyin Lim’s “Malice” is a unique Taiwanese-Czech co-production that received a 2.1 million CZK grant from the Czech Film Fund. The film […]

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New York Shooting is done

Starting in January of this year in the Krkonoše Mountains, and after several Czech locations, the filmmakers have now returned from shooting in the USA. Just a few days of shooting left in Brno and it’s officially a wrap!  For this production, director Ondřej Provazník had really big ambitions:  “From the beginning, I wanted the […]

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“Please Rise” has its world premiere at Camerimage

Directed by Iranian filmmaker Sheida Sheikhha, Please Rise is a political drama inspired by her Iranian roots. The story revolves around a committee tasked with choosing a new national anthem after a fictional Middle-Eastern dictatorship is toppled after a revolution. Set within the close confines of a meeting room, the film depicts the seven committee […]

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Cast Announcement: “Malice”

The cast is set for a gripping maritime adventure as Taiwanese actors King Jieh-wen and Hsueh Shih-ling join together with Indonesia’s Angga Yunanda to headline the upcoming multinational thriller, “Malice.” Described as a “road movie at sea,” the film revolves around the mysterious quest of three men who set sail in search of a mythical […]

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“FAKIR” TAKES SHAPE IN AMSTERDAM

A documentary is continually growing; there are endless possible ways to present the material — each with an entirely different overall effect. Programs like IDFA Project Space help develop films into their final expression by strengthening the narrative.  “Fakir” is a documentary feature about a troubled young man, Dalibor, who attempts to lift himself from […]

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Next big step for “Fakir” doc!

Every year, the Dok.incubator workshop chooses documentaries from the rough-cut stage and helps filmmakers with editing, distribution, and marketing. The workshop for “Fakir” will include individual residential consultations with industry professionals, like Per K. Kirkegaard, Christine Le Goff, and Alex Szalat. “Fakir” is a documentary feature about a troubled young man, Dalibor, who attempts to […]

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“It Would Be My Dream” awarded funds

The Lonely Pro co-produced feature film project, “It Would Be My Dream”, has been selected to receive €235.000 from the prestigious support fund of the Council of Europe. Established in 1989, Eurimages promotes independent filmmaking by providing financial support to feature-length films, animation, and documentary films. The film follows Karolina, a talented but insecure 13-year […]

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“Malice” wins award at Golden Horse in Taipei

This year’s FPP showcased a record 68 projects, including 40 in-development film projects, eight works-in-progress film projects and 20 series projects.  Malice received a TWD 300,000 cash prize from Bole Film and is prioritized for future investment and funding.  Director Lungyin LIM:  “I’d like to pay special thanks to the Golden Horse Committee, Bole Film, […]

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World Premiere of “Till Love Do Us Part” at the Warsaw International Film Festival

The film depicts a Chinese middle-class woman’s reawakening, beneath the surface of a love story spanning Europe and China.  Writer-Director Ran Li’s film will screen at the festival’s 1-2 Competition, which screens the first and second features of directors from all over the world. Originally pursuing a career in law, Ran switched her focus to […]

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In India, they would take away my passport for criticizing the system, says the Indian director Apoorva Satish

Director Apoorva Satish originally wanted to study film in Los Angeles but she accidentally discovered FAMU. What was moving from India to Prague like for her? What would she change about the Indian caste system? Why does the beginning of menstruation mean the end of freedom for women? And how was her film Kanya, which […]

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