21st Ji.hlava IDFF: PRESSKIT

20. 10. 2017

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The 21st Ji.hlava IDFF revealed the programme

12. 10. 2017

The 21st edition of the Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival, the largest documentary film festival in the region of Central and Eastern Europe, will take place on October 24 to 29. More >

Jóhann Jóhannsson sets the tune of the 21st Ji.hlava IDFF 2017. The festival will celebrate Ophuls and Taiwanese cinema.

14. 9. 2017

Icelandic composer, musician, experimental filmmaker and award-winning author of music to Sicario and Arrival, Jóhann Jóhannsson is the author of this year’s Ji.hlava IDFF’s festival spot. More >

Visual of the 21st Ji.hlava IDFF unveiled

26. 6. 2017

The poster for the 21st Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival, which will take place from October 24th to 29th, depicts a myriad of blended images. In his traditional poem to accompany the poster visual artist Juraj Horvath writes: “This year’s Ji.hlava is seemingly abstract,” also mentioning “extracted shots, hasty concluding thoughts”. The poster was unveiled on Monday,... More >

Ji.hlava IDFF announced launch of a new fund to support CEE documentaries

14. 2. 2017

The launch of a new film fund, which will provide in-kind grants for visual and sound post-production to documentaries originating in Central and Eastern Europe, was announced yesterday in Berlin. More >

Winning films of the 20th anniversary edition of the Jihlava IDFF

29. 10. 2016

The winners of all competition sections of the 20th annual Jihlava IDFF were revealed on Saturday, October 29. The Czech Joy competition has two equal winners – FC Roma and Normal Autistic Film. The Best International Documentary Film is Spectres Are Haunting Europe. Like the Opening Ceremony, the festival’s official closing defied ceremonial conventions. The hosts of the evening will be the... More >