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A Prominent Patient Received 12 Czech Lions Featured

2017-03-06

PRAGUE: A Prominent Patient / Masaryk by Julius Ševčík became the absolute favourite at the 24th Czech Film and Television Academy Awards, winning 12 Czech Lions. I, Olga Hepnarová directed by Tomáš Weinreb and Petr Kazda received two awards.

The films were competing in 17 categories, including two categories for television production. The award for extraordinary contribution to Czech cinema went to Eva Zaoralová and Jiří Bartoška, the important personalities behind the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

The Czech Film and Television Academy Awards were announced during a ceremony held at the Prague Rudolfinum concert hall on 4 March 2017.

FULL LIST OF WINNERS:

Best Film:

A Prominent Patient / Masaryk (CzechRepublic, Slovakia)
Directed by Julius Ševčík
Produced byIn Film, Rudolf Biermann
Coproduced by theCzech Television,Radio and Television Slovakia
Supported by the Czech State Cinematography Fund, the Slovak Audiovisual FundPrague City Hall

Best Documentary:

Normal Autistic Film / Normální autistický film
Directed by Miroslav Janek

Best Director:
Julius Ševčík for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk

Best Leading Actress:
Michalina Olszanská for I, Olga Hepnarova / Já, Olga Hepnarová (CzechRepublic, Poland, Slovakia, France)
Directed by Tomáš Weinreb, Petr Kazda
Produced by Black Balance
Coproduced by MediaBrigade,Alef Film and MediaGroup, Love.FRAME, Ace PragueBarrandov StudiosMichael Samuelson Lighting PragueFAMU, ArizonaFilms
Supported by the Czech State Cinematography Fund, the Polish Film Institute, the Slovak Audiovisual Fund

Best Leading Actor:
Karel Roden for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk

Best Supporting Actress:
Klára Melíšková for I, Olga Hepnarova / Já, Olga Hepnarová


Best Supporting Actor:
Oldřich Kaiser for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk

Best Screenplay:
Petr Kolečko, Alex Koenigsmark, Julius Ševčík for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk

Best Cinematography:
Martin Štrba for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk  

Best Editing:
Marek Opatrný for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk  

Best Sound:
Viktor Ekrt, Pavel Rejholec for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk 

Best Music:
Michal Lorenc, Kryštof Marek for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk

Best Art Direction:
Milan Býček for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk

Best Costumes:
Katarína Štrbová Bieliková for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk

Best Make-up:
Lukáš Král for A Prominent Patient / Masaryk

Best Televion Film or Mini-Series:
The Crime in Polna / Zločin v Polné
Directed by Viktor Polesný
Produced by the Czech Television                                                                               

Best Television Drama Series:
Wasteland / Pustina
Directed by Ivan Zachariáš, Alice Nellis
Produced by HBO Europe

Extraordinary Contribution to Czech Cinema:
Eva Zaoralová
Jiří Bartoška

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