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Variety Critics’ Choice Invites ‘Snap’ to Karlovy
19 May 2010 :
Snap
Carmel Winters’ ‘Snap’ has been selected to screen at the 2010 Karlovy Vary film festival as part of the Variety Critics’ Choice section of the festival. The feature is one of ten fimls that has been chosen by Variety critics in conjunction with EFP members and the festival which will be introduced to the press and public during the 2 day event.

The European Film Promotion (EFP) joined in a partnership with the festival and with Variety Magazine in presenting Variety Critics’ Choice - an official side-bar of 10 new European films by young directors. ‘Snap’ is written and directed by Carmel Winters. As one of the ten chosen directors invited to participate in the event she will enjoy press exposure, presentation at the festival and a special screening of ‘Snap’.

‘Snap’ examines the disturbing story of three generations of a family trapped in recreating a past that each one denies. Martine Niland (Belonging to Laura) produced the feature for Samson Films. Cast members include Aisling O’Sullivan (The Clinic), Eileen Walsh (The Magdalene Sisters), Stephen Moran (Buskers), Mick Lally (The Secret of Kells), Pascal Scott (Intermission), John Crean (The Wind that Shakes the Barley) and Adam Duggan (Anathema). The executive producer is David Colins (Once) and Cathleen Dore (The Eclipse) co-produced. It was funded by IFB, Section 481 and Screen Scene.

The 45th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival will be held from July 2-10, 2010 at its traditional site, the spa town of Karlovy Vary. One of the oldest festivals in the world, is a non-specialized festival with a feature film competition, a documentary competition, and two other competitive sections: East of the West and Forum of Independents, plus several informative sections, special focuses, and retrospectives. For more information about the festival visit www.kviff.com



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