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Large German presence at Karlovy Vary

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A total of 20 German (co)productions will screen at the 45th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (July 2-10), beginning with Tomàš Mašín’s 3 Seasons in Hell [+see also:
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in the Feature Film Competition.

Johannes Naber’s The Albanian and Srdjan Koljevič’s The Woman with a Broken Nose [+see also:
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will be shown in the East of the West competition.

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Open Eyes is presenting Cristi Puiu’s Aurora [+see also:
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, Nikita Mikhalkov’s Burnt By the Sun 2: Exodus, Sergej Loznitsa’s My Joy [+see also:
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and Le Quattro Volte [+see also:
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by Michelangelo Frammartino.

Philip Koch’s Picco [+see also:
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can be seen in Forum of Independents while the off-mainstream section Another View will show Chi L'ha Visto by Claudia Rorarius.

In addition, the Horizons sidebar will screen Jørgen Bergmark’s A Rational Solution [+see also:
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, Semih Kaplanoglu’s Honey [+see also:
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, Samuel Maoz’s Lebanon [+see also:
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, Jessica Hausner’s Lourdes [+see also:
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, Jasmila Zbanic’s On the Path [+see also:
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and Women Without Men [+see also:
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by Shirin Neshat.

Jaco van Dormael’s Mr. Nobody [+see also:
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can be seen in Focus on Belgian Film; Max Zaehle’s short film Tidelanders in The Fresh Selection – The Promising Five; and Eike Swoboda’s Loose Contact in Inventura FF.

Friendship! by Markus Goller and Medal of Honor [+see also:
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by Calin Peter Netzer, made with German participation, were chosen for the sidebar Variety Critics’ Choice.

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