Actresses Julianne Moore and Patricia Clarkson will be rewarded at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival with trophies for their contribution to world cinema.
Julianne Moore will take part in the feature film “After the Wedding”, alongside her film director, her husband, Bart Freundlich, and actor Billy Crudup. The film premiered this year at the Sundance Festival and is a remake after Susanne Bier’s Danish film.
Karlovy Vary will also feature “The Myth of Fingerprints” (1997), another Moore film directed by Freundlich.
Patricia Clarkson will present at the festival “Learning to Drive” (2014), directed by Spanish Isabel Coixet.
Casey Affleck will also be present at Karlovy Vary to present his latest film, “Light of My Life,” which he wrote, directed and produced, and starred opposite Anna Pniowsky.
Twelve feature films from countries like Bulgaria, Chile, Germany, and Spain were selected in the competition of the Karlovy Vary Festival, which will take place between June 28 and July 6.
The jury of the competition is made up of Czech writer Štěpán Hulík, Palestinian director Annemarie Jacir, Ukrainian filmmaker Sergei Loznitsa, Greek actress Angeliki Papoulia and French screenwriter Charles Tesson.
“Arrest”, the second feature film directed by Andrei Cohn, will have its international premiere in the East of the West competition.
The Karlovy Vary Festival will end with the Late Night movie screening, starring Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling.