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DN LFF2012: Made in Ash – Iveta Grofová

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Initially conceived as a documentary, Iveta Grofová’s debut feature Made in Ash uses a mix of non-professional actors and locals to depict the harsh life altering decisions made by an Eastern Slovakia girl who travels to the West Bohemian town of Aš in the hope of building a better future for herself. We chat to Iveta about her mixed documentary/animation/fiction approach to filmmaking and selection as the Slovak National Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.

My position has changed to a degree. People now view me more as a filmmaker, not as a friend.

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