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Kristian Febiofest price for Jan Triska

For Kristian Award for contribution to world cinema arrives at Febiofest from the US, where he lives, actor Jan Triska. Christian takes the statuette on March 23 at a ceremony in Prague's Municipal House as well as the US director Abel Ferrara. British cinematographer Peter Suschitzky Polish descent takes Christian during the festival.

Excellent Czech actor Jan Triska, who celebrated his eightieth birthday in the fall, started his career in the theater. One of the first roles that earned the film, the character Raduz poetic drama Radúz and Mahulena. This image Febiofest indicate the participation of Jan Triska on Saturday 25th March in Prague cinema CineStar Praha - Anděl. The legendary actor played an impressive number of roles, established himself not only in Bohemia, but after emigrating in 1977 in the United States.
In American exile he collaborated with Milos Forman on images Ragtime and The People vs. Larry Flynt. The awareness of Czech viewers enrolled as uncompromising teacher Igor Nest Elementary School in the film of director.

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International Film Festival Prague - Febiofest continues within the section New Europe the trend of presenting domestic artists and images that often arise in international co-productions. "It is obvious that the Czech cinematography - mainly due to systemic and conceptual support from the State Cinematography Fund - is changing. There is increasing as debut films by young filmmakers, which ends with their studies and co-productions. Dramaturgy competitive section of the new Europe, dedicated to the first and second films makers, aims precisely to reflect these changes, "says program director of Febiofest Michal Hogenauer. The program of this year's competition so viewers can find Czech premiere of an intimate drama Dirt environment of adolescents that takes place in contemporary Bratislava, which is the debut graduate of Prague's FAMU Tereza Nvotová. World premiere Dirt dismissed in January at the Rotterdam Film Festival. The second Czech premiere in competition will debut Austrian director Teresa Kotykové home is here, with Swedish actress Anna Astrom and German actor of Croatian origin Stipe Erceg in the leading roles of an unusual encounter between a young loner Hanny and Max, who thanks to his relationship gradually found themselves. The author of the music to the film's Oscar-winning composer, singer and actress Marketa Irglova.

Source: tz, editorially modified

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