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    Original title Rudý kapitán, Červený kapitán
    Year of production 2016
    Country Czech Republic
    Scriptwriter Michal Kollar, Anna Fifikova
    Director Michal Kollar
    ScripTeast Edition VI
    Creative Advisors Brian Ward

    Gabriele Brunnemeyer

    Head of Studies Christian Routh
    K Kieslowski ScripTeast Award/Special mention
    Producers/co-producers/ funding / Fog’n’Desire Films, Sokol Kollár, Czech Television, Mental Disorder 4, S Pro Alfa Film, Barrandov Studios, Rozhlas a televízia Slovenska, co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
    Sales agent
    Distributor A-Company Czech, Forum Film, Kino Świat
    Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTs7qU4GbUo
    Poster http://www.fogndesirefilms.com/red-captain/
    Festivals/ awards/ cinema results Opening record in Slovakia and TOP20 of the Slovak box office
    Synopsis Summer 1992, three years after the fall of the Berlin wall; six months before the split of Czechoslovakia. Young homicide detective Richard Krauz, desperate to distinguish himself from the police officers of the former communist regime, receives a new case – a corpse with a nail driven through its skull that came up during grounds keeping at an old cemetery.
    Full Credits http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3975072/
    Link to the project – archive
    1992. Three years after the fall of the Berlin wall; six months before the split of Czechoslovakia. In spite of all warnings, Richard Krauz, a young homicide detective, sets on investigating a convoluted case that involves members of Catholic clerical elite as well as high-ranked agents of the former secret service.


    May 04, 2017


    Anna Fifikova

    Anna Fifikova graduated in Screenwriting and Script Editing at Film and TV Faculty of Academy of Music and Performing Arts, Bratislava, Slovakia (FTF VSMU). Her experience includes working as festival coor- dinator at FTF VSMU, copywriter at Slovak Television and Creative Producer of R&E formats at MediaPro Entertainment Slovakia. Participation on fiction projects includes scripts: “Kontrola” (director: Viktor Csu- dai, Slovak Television) based on a play by N. Gogol “Government Inspector”, premiered in December 2010 and “Projekt Alfa” (director: Karol Vosátko, Slovak Television) based on a novel by R. L. Stevenson “Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, premiered in January 2011. Her present work includes working as a Creative Producer at adapted British R&E format Come Dine With Me and Slovak version of Swedish R&E format Class of…


    Michal Kollár

    A graduate of Management and Film Editing in Bratislava, Michal Kollár has been active in commercial and TV production since the age of 18. He has worked for the Czech production company Fog ‘n’ desire Films as well as the production house Sokol Kollár. In 2007, produced his first feature,”The Catfish Summer” gathering 100,000 admissions in Czech Rep. A year later, he was a minority co-producer on Viktor Taus’ feature “The Great Thaw” which posted around 650,000 admissions in the Czech Republic and 55,000 in Slovak Republic. In 2010 boarded young Slovak director Zuzana Liova’s feature debut “The House” which became the first Slovak film to screen at the Berlinale for 20 years in 2011. He is currently in pre-produc- tion on Viktor Taus’ next feature “Clownwise”as well as serving as Czech national co-producer on romantic comedy “August Fools” by finish director Taru Makela.

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