25. 5. 2020
East Silver at the 60th Krakow Film Festival
Do not miss East Silver films at the 60th Krakow Film Festival (online, May 31 - June 7). Ten titles will be part of KFF Market. Kiruna - A Brand New World will be also part of Docs+Science programme section.
26. 4. 2020
East Silver documentaries in the Visions du Réel Media Library
Five titles from the East Silver catalogue are part of the Visions du Réel Media Library, available from April 25 at the online edition of the festival.
14. 4. 2020
Visions du Réel with Pripyat Piano and Wolves at the Borders
The online edition of Visions du Réel includes Wolves at the Borders by Martin Páv (Ex Oriente Film) and Pripyat Piano by Eliška Cílková (East Silver Caravan, Silver Eye Award), as well as Roma by Olha Zhurba (Ex Oriente Film, East Doc Platform Award).
13. 12. 2019
New titles in East Silver Caravan
Three feature and three short films are newly part of East Silver Caravan, including When the Persimmons Grew by Hilal Baydarov and Pripyat Piano by Eliška Cílková.
28. 10. 2019
Silver Eye Award 2019 for Anna Eborn's Transnistra
For the 11the time, Silver Eye Awards were given to the best films in East Silver Market at Ji.hlava IDFF. The international jury awarded Transnistra by Anna Eborn in the feature category. Pripyat Piano by Eliška Cílková was awarded in the short category.
27. 10. 2019
Silver Eye Award 2019 in short category announced
Silver Eye Award for the best short documentary goes to Pripyat Piano by Eliška Cílková. Special Mention goes to Waiting for a Miracle by Aljona Surzhikova.
18. 10. 2019
Czech films in IDF's activities at the 23rd Ji.hlava IDFF
The 23rd Ji.hlava IDFF includes several Czech films which are part of Institute of Documentary Film's activities, including Ex Oriente Film, East Silver Market and Silver Eye Awards.
22. 2. 2019
East Doc Shorts Pitch 2019 – projects and experts
Five projects in the late production/post-production stage will pitch in front of decision makers, festival and sales representatives. The pitch will take place on March 13 at 10 am in Cervantes Institute and is open to public.