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Katarina Krnacova

Profession: ProducerProducerProducerProducer
Country: Slovakia

Katarína Krnáčová is an EAVE graduate and Producers on the Move participant. She is a Vice-President of Slovak Film and Television Academy and a voting member of EFA. She produced Little Harbour, the Berlinale Crystal Bear winner, and is currently producing the upcoming film of director Martin Gonda (previous film premiered at Cannes' Cinefondation). Her films were theatrically released in Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary or France, acquired by RTVS, NPO, Netflix, dafilms and screened at film festivals worldwide. Her Slovak-German children's film Summer Rebels won the German Film Critics Award in 2021. Recently she released a road-movie Stand Up, the first Slovak film shot green. In her work she often focuses on kids and young-adult audience and strives for gender-balanced film productions on-screen and off-screen.

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Historical series about the events of 1989 as seen through and experienced by the employees of Radio Free Europe. In each episode we go to a different country (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, ...
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The Fragile Beauty of Masculinity

Adam and Iva have been together for over 15 years, married, with two teenage girls. Everything in their lives would be just ordinary if Adam wasn’t craving to satisfy his thirst for adrenaline so ...
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The Last Baroness

Young, free-spirited Babu seeks freedom and independence from her constricted life as a baroness. While the monarchy is collapsing, totalitarian Communists try to wipe off the aristocracy from the ...
MIDPOINT participants: Katarina KrnacovaDiana Kacarova
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whatever, lol

It’s all about coming-of-(r)age. whatever, lol follows two hectic days of three teenage girls* full of enthusiasm and rage. Too different, or not different enough, Johnny, Romi and Alex try to enjoy ...
MIDPOINT participants: Gabriela GazovaKatarina Krnacova
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