pondělí 11. července 2016
One of the projects evaluated was Case Closed, an adaptation of the novel of the same name by French-based Czech writer Patrik Ouředník, which the author describes as a “faux crime story and a truly metaphysical thriller”. The story unfolds between an inspector and a retired writer, who plays an imaginary game while the inspector digs into a cold murder case and a petty crime linked to the writer, with the game representing “the struggle between good and evil, in which anyone can win”. An art collective by the name of Rafani is assuring the transition of the story from book to screenplay, with a group of five debuting directors bringing the tale to life. Czech company Moloko Film is staging what is to be a Czech-French-Slovak co-production aiming to shoot between August and September 2018.