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Karlovy Vary Adds To Competition

Karlovy Vary Adds To Competition

The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival – which runs July 2-10, 2010 – has added several titles its competition. The include Catalan director Agusti Vila’s “The Mosquito Net,” a middle-class tragicomedy starring Geraldine Chaplin, Daniel Burman’s “Brother & Sister,” which “explores the lifestyle and thought processes of the oldest generation,” “Mouring for Anna,” directed by Catherine Martin, and starring Guylaine Tremblay as a mother who must come to terms with her daughter’s violent, unexpected death while trying to rediscover meaning in her own life; and Rajko Grli’s “Just Between Us,” a “satirical look at contemporary morals.”

The 45th edition of the fest already had announced two Czech films – Tomáš Mašín’s “3 Seasons in Hell” and Jan Svěrák’s Kooky – as well as Poland’s “Mother Teresa of Cats,” directed by Pawel Sala, and France’s “Sweet Evil,” directed by Olivier Coussemacq.

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