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Kirill Galetski

Dustin Hoffman’s ‘Quartet’ Kicks Off Vilnius International Film Festival

The 18th edition of the festival will feature American independent cinema, short films and the "New Europe — New Names" competition.

Berlin Q&A: Director Boris Khlebnikov

The Russian auteur discusses shooting on the inhospitable coasts of the White Sea and why his latest film is based on "High Noon" but looks nothing like a Western.

Czech President’s Veto of New Film Financing Law Defeated in Parliament

Chief executive Vaclav Klaus had argued that the law, which streamlines tax incentives for foreign productions, was an unnecessary favor to the film industry.

Norway’s ‘The Almost Man’ Takes Top Honors at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

The film, a character study of a man in his thirties grappling with aging, won the Grand Prix Crystal Award; lifetime achievement award honoree Susan Sarandon thanked Nora Ephron in her tearful acceptance speech.

Karlovy Vary 2012: Hungarian Film Reinstated in Fest Competition

Director Sara Cserhalmi found post production coin to finish her feature debut, "Dear Betrayed Friends," after organizers pulled the world premiere from the festival.

Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirren Add Star Power as Karlovy Vary Film Festival Opens Friday

The 47th edition of the festival in the Czech Republic will screen 217 movies and close with Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love."

Karlovy Vary 2012: Fest Kicks Off With Terri Hooley Biopic ‘Good Vibrations’

Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love" will close the 47th edition on July 7, after Susan Sarandon and Helen Mirren receive career tributes in the Czech Republic spa resort.

Lars Von Trier Continues Defending Nazi Comments in Berlin

"History shows that we are all Nazis somewhere," the controversial director tells an audience at a retrospective of his films.

Israeli film ‘Restoration’ Wins Top Prize at Karlovy Vary

"Collaborator," "Gypsy," "Generation P" also awarded prizes.

3 Female Polish Directors to Watch (Cannes)

Urszula Antoniak, Agnieszka Holland and Malgorzata Szumowska have all made strides outside of their native country.

Tim Roth to Direct Film Adaptation of Marc Parent’s ‘Turning Stones’ Non-Fiction Book

The actor-director has "Conviction" star Sam Rockwell in mind for the lead role.

Korean Director Wins Top Prize at Off Plus Camera Fest

Park Jung-Bum clinches $100,000 prize for "The Journals of Musan" at the film festival, held in Krakow, Poland.