Karlovy Vary Film Festival Delivers Cinema and Glamour, With a Side of GoulashOpening night at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival is one of the social events of the season.[...] that indelible image – high society in their finest eveningwear, juggling flutes of champagne and hearty platters of comfort food – just about summed the experience at Karlovy Vary, which began in 1946 and this year celebrated its 52nd edition.The festival, which opened on June 30 and runs through July 8, is the biggest event of its type in central Europe and one of the major festivals in Europe, uniting international auteurs, big name actors and flashy financiers for a weeklong celebration in a postcard Bohemia town.Though the festival programmers reserve three competition sections for world and international premieres, they fill the numerous non-competitive slots with notable titles from Sundance, Berlin, and Cannes, turning the Bohemian event into a modest sized festival of festivals.The boisterous 33-year-old has won numerous prizes and toured extensively with his two shorts and two features, all of them set in the same Calabrese town, and all them formally audacious mixes of documentary and neo-realist fiction.“A Ciambra” attracted the support of Martin Scorsese, who signed on as executive producer and offered notes in the editing room.The film took top honors at Director’s Fortnight sidebar at Cannes and sold to IFC Films, who are looking to release it this autumn.The German/Israeli production received a standing ovation so long and impassioned that director Ofir Raul Graizer still seemed shell-shocked hours after the film’s Tuesday screening.The festival’s artistic director, Karel Och, corroborated that response, tweeting a video of the ovation and calling it “unforgettable.”
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