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For a country of only ten million, this failure to enact the Film Law seemed like an act of cultural vandalism.
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The elections had led to a virtual stalemate, and both of the main political parties, the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) and the Social Democratic party (CSSD), promised to increase financial input into the state fund for supporting the film industry and to introduce long term measures for continuing this support. Predictably, the ODS failed to include any funding in its draft budget and, in any case at the time of writing, had failed to establish a viable government.
It remains to be seen if any of these measures come to fruition.
In a way, these events aptly summarise the conditions under which Czech filmmakers have worked since the fall of communism in 1989 and the privatisation of the industry in 1993.
Most films begin with a credit indicating they have been supported by the Czech State Fund for the Support of Czech Cinematography.
Technically, the fund allows for a direct state input, but this has never been activated.