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Future Frames Celebrates 10th Anniversary by Spotlighting 10 Emerging Directors From Across Europe

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Marta Balaga It’s a perfect 10. EFP Future Frames – Generation Next of European Cinema is celebrating its 10th edition by spotlighting 10 emerging directors from across Europe, who will screen their films at Karlovy Vary Intl.

Film Festival and participate in a “tailor-made” promotion and networking program. Nominated by their countries’ national film promotion institutes, they were selected by KVIFF’s artistic director Karel Och and his team.

Katarína Gramatová (Slovak Republic) will bring “A Good Mind Grows in Thorny Places.” “The film originated during the preparation of non-actors for my debut feature.

To familiarize the boys with cameras, I filmed their everyday lives. This material ended up uncovering issues such as racism or origins of hatred in my home country,” she tells Variety about her “unfiltered documentary.” Italy’s Emanuela Muzzupappa will focus on “Love’s Servant” instead – already given Special Mention at Trieste Film Festival – showing Pinuccia, who is only 9 years old when a miracle saves her from death. “From that moment on, she became a miracle worker.

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