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Lost in Munich Wins Czech Film Critics’ Awards Featured

Lost in Munich by Petr Zelenka Lost in Munich by Petr Zelenka

PRAGUE: Lost in Munich by Petr Zelenka won in the best film, best director and best scriptwriter categories of the 6th edition of Czech Film Critics’ Awards on 23 January 2016.

Schmitke by Štěpán AltrichterŠtěpán Altrichter’s debut feature Schmitke received awards for discovery of the year and best audiovisual work.

Film critics evaluated 25 feature and animated films and 19 documentaries; 41 journalists participated in the second round of the vote.


Best Film: Lost in Munich / Ztraceni v Mnichově
Directed by Jan Zelenka
Produced by Lucky Man Films
Coproduced by Czech TelevisionBarrandov Studios
Supported by the State Cinematography Fund – Czech Republic

Best Documentary: Lean a Ladder Against Heaven / Opři žebřík o nebe
Directed by Jana Ševčíková
Produced by Jana Ševčíková

Best Director: Petr Zelenka for Lost in Munich

Best Screenplay: Petr Zelenka for Lost in Munich

Home Care by Slávek HorákBest Actress (in leading or in a supporting role): Alena Mihulová for Home Care / Domácí péče

Directed by Slávek Horák
Produced by Tvorba Films
Coproduced by Fog’n’Desire FilmsCzech Television

Best Actor:  Kryštof Hádek for The Snake Brothers / Kobry a Užovky
Directed by Jan Prušinovský
Produced by Offside Men
Coproduced by Czech TelevisionRWE Česká Republika
Supported by the State Cinematography Fund, Czech Republic Cinematography Fund 

RWE Award - Discovery of the Year: Štěpán Altrichter for Schmitke (Germany, Czech Republic)
Produced by credo:film (De)
Coproduced by PRODUKCE RADIM PROCHÁZKA , University Babelsberg Konrad WolfMamoko Filmproduktion

Best Audiovisual Work: C. de la Chevallerie, P. Schneider for the sound in Schmitke

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