EFP FUTURE FRAMES – Generation NEXT of European Cinema annually presents ten outstanding young directors from Europe with their latest work at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF) in the Czech Republic. Well known as a hub for young cinema - and an important forum for the film industry and press, KVIFF is regarded as one of the key international industry events.

This year, the promising European film students and graduates are presented in a hybrid version of the programme - an industry focussed online event and an on sight presentation at the Festival in the Czech Republic.

EFP FUTURE FRAMES – Generation NEXT of European Cinema highlights new European cinema and the promising young directing talent behind it. Recommended by the EFP member organisations and selected by the artistic team of KVIFF, the ten outstanding film students and graduates from schools throughout Europe take part in a three-day tailor-made programme to further and ease their way into the international film scene with support by extensive press coverage. Apart from presenting and discussing their films with the very welcoming KVIFF audience, the young professionals also take part in an exclusive masterclass with an internationally renowned filmmaker and have industry meetings with festival programmers, world sales agents, producers, film funders and other important industry members.

Here is the selection for EFP FUTURE FRAMES 2021

Home is Where the Scars are From
Co-Director:
Austria
Versailles
Director: Hyun Lories
Co-Director:
Belgium
True Mirror
Director: Glen Bay Grant
Co-Director:
Denmark
My Dear Corpses
Director: German Golub
Co-Director:
Estonia
I AM
Director: Jerry Hoffmann
Co-Director:
Germany
Szeurum
Director: Marcell Farkas
Co-Director:
Hungary
All Dogs Die
Co-Director:
Iceland, Croatia, USA
The Cracks
Co-Director:
Poland
Rheum
Co-Director:
Slovak Republic
Silent Club
Co-Director:
Spain

How to become part of EFP FUTURE FRAMES – Generation NEXT of European Cinema next year...

• The programme is open to students/graduates of film schools (2020/21) and their graduate films
• Your film has to be produced in 2021 or 2022 and must have premiered after August 1, 2021
• Your film is a short or medium-length production (up to 60 minutes)
• Your film is a Czech premiere
• You have time to be present at KVIFF 2022

If you and your film fulfil these criteria, please contact your national EFP-representative to apply for EFP FUTURE FRAMES – Generation NEXT of European Cinema before end of January 2022.

 

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FUTURE FRAMES is financially supported by the participating EFP member organisations.


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