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INFILM


IN FILM was founded in 1993 by the experienced producer Rudolf Biermann. The company grew very quickly, exploiting the producer's great experience. InFilm produced artistically successful films such as Martin Sulik's The Garden, Orbis Pictus or The Landscape, Matej Minac's All My Loved Ones, or Ivan Fila's award-winning King of Thieves. In addition to critically acclaimed films, InFilm also produced many box office hits that also crossed the borders and proved to be successful not only at the local market. From the Subway with Love, directed by Filip Renc, reached the #1 box office hit in the Czech Republic in 2005, and The Holiday Makers by Jiri Vejdelek, the #1 box office hit in 2006, both films were very well received also at international film festivals, such as Toronto or Tribeca IFF. In 2006 InFilm co-produced Jiri Menzel I served the King of England, which gained many awards in Czech Republic as well as abroad.

From the year 2008 In Film started to cooperate also with a very popular Czech director Jan Hrebejk, and produced films such as Shameless, Kawasaki´s Rose or the latest Innocence, supported by Media in the previous slate. All three films had a very solid local box office, as well as gained success at international festivals, such as Berlinale, Toronto or Karlovy Vary and were also distributed abroad (USA, France, Germany). 

 


Film Perfect Days by Alice Nellis, premiered this November in local cinemas and immediately reaching the top of the box office for the premiere weekend with 41.000 admissions (Market premiere at Berlinale 2012) and Martin Suliks Gypsy, premiered at Toronto, Karlovy Vary, distributed worldwide by MK2 and bought by ARTE TV.

In 2013 and 2014 we have continued with the cooperation with Alice Nellis and made the comedy Revival which gained the audience award in Karlovy Vary and Angels based on the novel of Michal Viewegh. 

Last InFilm line up consists of Dodgeball also based on Michal Viewegh novel directed by Petr Nikolaev which hit #1 box office of over 57 000 viewers for the first weekend. 

At InFilm we appreciate well established working relationship based on trust and professionalism. With all three directors we have been working continuously for many years and we struggle to give them the space and opportunity to prove their talent and abilities to create films of a high quality and attractive for both, festivals circuits as well as audience.

We would like to continue in the line that proved to be successful - choosing the projects that are appealing, deep and can become a very serious contribution to the world cinematography is our aim and focus.

For us it is important to see that the story and director’s approach are in a good balance (in terms of working with actors, visualisation, storytelling) as well as to find an international theme, which could find its audience in Europe and beyond.