8. 2. 2016
Rich Latvian Banker Turned Into a Malayisian Mental Hospital Patient
On Monday 29th February at 8:45 pm in Svetozor cinema, there will be a screening of Latvian documentary My Father the Banker. In the movie supported by Institute of Documentary Film, the director describes a dramatic life story of her father ...
22. 1. 2016
Documentaries supported by IDF presented in Helsinki, Trieste and Jaipur
Chilly Finland, rainy Italy or sunny India. What do they have in common? In all of these countries, the audience can get familiar with outstanding documentary films from Central and Eastern Europe during January...
9. 12. 2015
IDF delegations at IDFA 2015 and The Award for Ukrainian Sheriffs
Within its year-long support the Institute of Documentary Film has traditionally enabled the selected CEE documentary filmmakers, who have participated in its activities, to join the IDF delegations and participate in the key industry events at IDFA.
1. 11. 2015
East Silver Market 2015 in figures
Interesting numbers from the 12th East Silver Market 2015 revealing the most watched documentaries and pointing out the most interesting films to see in Jihlava.
31. 10. 2015
Silver Eye Awards Go to Documentaries from Poland and Austria
The Silver Eye awards are supported by MEDIA Programme / Creative Europe. The holders of the awards are three extraordinary documentaries from East Silver Market, selected in three categories.
26. 10. 2015
East Silver Caravan Documentaries Are Successful at International Festivals
Farid Eslam, the director of Yallah! Undergroud, film shot in Czech coproduction and supported within the year-round programme East Silver Caravan, has been awarded the Hessian Film Award for the best documentary of the year.
2. 10. 2015
Silver Eye Award Nominees 2015
For the seventh time, Institute of Documentary Film will award the best East and Central European documentaries with Silver Eye Awards within International Documentary Film Festival Ji.hlava.
20. 11. 2014
A Bulgarian documentary about an opressed animator has to face censorship
Hardly any documentary has in the recent decades in Bulgaria sparked the interest of the public, and at the same time such passions and controversial reactions as the film Uncle Tony, Three Fools and the Secret Service.