Future Frame is a next-generation showcase created by European film school students and recent graduates, created by the Karlovy Vary Film Festival in collaboration with European Film Promotion. The selected directors and their films will be screened at the on-site festival audience from 22-2 Aug August. Austrian director Andreas Horvath will mentor the group and teach a masterclass.
Irene Albanel Melado
During his time at the Catalonia Film School, Albanel Melado was particularly adept at editing. “Silent Club” is his undergraduate work. She wants to collaborate on conversations about more conscious and inclusive movies.
Glen Bay Grant
Super16 Independent Film School
Bay Grant has directed several short films, both fiction and documentaries, and several series for the Danish national broadcaster, DR. His work expresses his feelings about the irrationality of his society.
University of Theater and Film Arts
After doing a variety of things, Farkas realized that storytelling was his call. Although initially interested in learning animation, he soon developed his style into all kinds of movies. Through filmmaking, he “plans to control people’s attention through my colors and my poetry.”
Warsaw Film School
Director-screenwriter Gazeuska is interested in gender psychology and sociology. His work seeks to capture the subtlety of man. By creating intimate and universal stories, its goal is to create strong emotions among the audience.
“My favorite corpse”
Tallinn University Baltic Film and Media School
Part of an Estonian-Russian family, Golob has directed multiple short films and documentaries, one of which was shot in China. “My Favorite Corpse” won a Student Academy Award. He wants to create unique stories for ordinary people.
Hamburg Media School
Known for his work as an actor, Hoffman was in high-profile productions, including “Shahada” and “Hail”. As a Fulbright Scholar, he joined Layla Marymont University in Los Angeles to finish his MFA directing / film production before moving to Hamburg. He wants to diversify European films and tell unspoken stories.
Academy of Performing Arts
Hroníková is a student of the documentary film department. His film essays reflect the themes of loneliness, emptiness and social exclusion. He continued making films and “Don’t be sad” (a satirical reference to “Rhyme”)
RITCS, School of Arts
Cum Loud graduated from Loris Film School and also worked as a social worker in Brussels. “Versailles” received a Wildcard as well as Audience Award for Best Short from the Flemish Audiovisual Fund. His mission is to make films that connect people through empathy.
NYU Tish School of Arts
“All dogs die”
Pólmadóttir grew up in Iceland. In addition to her MFA in Film Directing / Screenplay from NYU, she has a BA in Film Studies and Literature from the University of Iceland. She is currently developing her first feature and plans to tell stories that connect people from different parts of the world.
“From where the house is stained”
Film Academy Vienna
A student at Filmcademie, Sibechar concentrates on management while working as a cinematographer and gaining experience as a gaffer and lighting technician. His goal as a filmmaker is “truth and respect”.