For the first time in Poland!


The financial support from Czech-Polish international co-operation will allow 8 students (not necessarily film school students) to attend a one-week film production seminar in Ostrava and Jelení Hora. The seminar will take place 1.-5.11.2010, entrance is free, the organizers offer a wide selection of workshops prepared in co-operation with QQ Studio Ostrava, Czech television and Accommodation, board, film equipment and a professional lector will be provided. The aim of this seminar in Ostrava and Jelení Hora is to record a short movie with a staff of young filmmakers. This short movie will be taking place in the host cities. Both individuals and whole filming groups can sign up; just write an email saying how many members your group has, what your filming experiences are and where is it possible to see your work. We will pick the most interesting people/groups out of the received applications and try to make a real team out of them. Then we will let them work freely. They will be working with completely new film equipment and learn how to record with a camera. Don’t wait and sign up; have a look at the film equipment that will be kept at your disposal.

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Awards ceremony!

Klub Atlantik was coming apart at the seams on Saturday, 17:00... It has become a nice tradition that a majority of the movie makers take part in the awards ceremony and the dicussion with our jury and manage to make their way to Ostrava from remote parts of the country or even from Poland and Slovakia. This year’s ceremony wasn’t an exception to the rule.


Midi lidi in Ostrava!

This year’s award ceremony will culminate with an extraordinary musical delicacy! Ostrava’s Klub Fabric is to present Midi Lidi and their guest, a Slovak band, Pudink paní Elvisovej. Don’t miss the chance to see this superlatives-spun concert!


First workshops started already

As usually, this years’ Ostrava-Picture is starting off with a weekly workshop during which is a bunch of student filmmakers to try and produce a short movie in the streets of Ostrava. You already might have seen them running around in logo shirts out there!



The biggest timed competition of its kind will take place in Prague for the first time this year and will present all of the winning films as well as it will present itself in a virtual workshop at Ostrava-Picture. 48 HOUR FILM PROJECT. Be a part of it. Enter the Prague competition or visit the screening and workshop in Ostrava.


TV spot again from Martin Jůza

This year´s spot reminds us that the time behind a camera runs at the same pace as anywhere else... and school, gals, dudes, temporary part-time jobs or friendly helping out often distract from intensive creation. You´ll probably never catch up what you´ve missed when you were hot for the lens and ideas were dancing around... Or maybe? Don´t despair, grab the camera and head out as the dead line of the competition isn´t until the 9th of October!