Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2014

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Flytopia (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Karni Arieli, Saul Freed)
During a sweltering summer heat wave, Jonathan enters into a pact with the insect inhabitants of his country cottage.
Julian (Country: Australia; Year: 2011; Director: Matthew Moore; Writer: Matthew Moore; Stars: Ed Oxenbould, Leon Ford, Christopher Stollery, Morgana Davies, Will Cottle)
Nine-year-old Julian is an attentive, precise boy who likes to line up his pens neatly on his desk. When a girl complains to him about the other kids’ misbehaviour, he informs the teacher right away. The teacher sends him off to the headmaster, but Julian doesn’t find that fair at all. What is to become of such a boy?
The Lizards (Les Lézards) (Country: France; Year: 2012; Director: Vincent Mariette)
Léon and his pal Bruno are in a Turkish bathhouse where Léon had arranged to meet a girl he met on the internet.
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