Karlovy Vary International Film Festival


Sebastien Pilote feature to premiere in competition at Karlovy Vary

La disparition des lucioles, the third feature from the Quebec director, lines up against 11 other projects in the festival’s main competition program.

It's Only The End Of The World

Eight Canadian titles to screen at Karlovy Vary

Jesse Klein’s We’re Still Together makes its world premiere in competition, while Xavier Dolan’s Juste la fin du monde (pictured) will also screen.


Gallery: Canadian talent at Karlovy Vary

A selection of photos from Telefilm Canada of Canadian filmmakers at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic.

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Seven Canadian films to screen at Karlovy Vary

The Czech Republic festival takes place from July 3 to 11 and includes Canadian films from Francois Peloquin and Andrew Cividino.

Je suis a toi - David Lambert

Canadian copro earns best actor prize at Karlovy Vary

Argentinian actor Nahuel Perez Biscayar earned the acting award for his star turn in David Lambert’s All Yours.


Canadian doc The Manor earns special mention in Karlovy Vary

Shawney Cohen’s film (pictured) about a family running a Guelph strip club had its world premiere at this year’s Hot Docs film festival.


Finissant(e)s, The Manor booked into Karlovy Vary

(UPDATED) The films from Rafael Ouellet and Shawney Cohen, respectively, will screen in competition at the Czech Republic festival (The Manor pictured).


Three Quebec films to receive world bows at Karlovy Vary

In all, ten Canadian films will unspool at the Czech Republic festival, including additional festival circuit screenings for David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis and Guy Maddin’s Keyhole.


Canuck films earn four awards at Karlovy Vary

Four trophies in all went to Canadian films, including Aaron Houston’s puppeteer mockumentary Sunflower Hour, at the premiere European film festival.

Sunflower Hour

Canucks in spotlight at Karlovy Vary film fest

Five Canadian feature films will screen at the international festival, which will also include a tribute to Denis Villeneuve.


Karlovy Vary Fest books Denis Villeneuve film retrospective

As Villeneuve’s Incendies contends for Oscar bling in the best foreign language competition, Karlovy Vary booked the Quebec director to attend the 46th edition of the prestigious European film festival next July.