Apr 29, 2018 · Milos Forman, the celebrated Czech filmmaker, actor, scenarist and teacher, passed away on Saturday, April 14, 2018, at Danbury Hospital, near his home in Warren, Connecticut. He was 86. His twelve feature films were nominated for 33 Academy Awards. Three of these were for Best Director, two of which received the prize: One Flew OverRead More
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The first Czech film director and cinematographer was Jan Kříženecký, who started filming short documentaries in Prague in the second half of 1898. The first permanent cinema house was founded by Viktor Ponrepoin 1907 in Prague.List of Czechoslovak films1898–1990List of Czech films(List of Czech Republic films) 1990–todayList of Czech animated filmsList of Czech films considered the bestList of most expensive Czech filmsList of highest-grossing Czech films
Nominations for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film
1. 1965 - The Shop on Main Street by Ján Kadár and Elmar Klos - Won Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film 2. 1966 - Loves of a Blonde by Miloš Forman 3. 1967 - Closely Watched Trains by Jiří Menzel - Won Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film 4. 1968 - The Firemen's Ball by Miloš Forman 5. 1986 - My Sweet Little Village by Jiří Menzel 6. 1991 - The Elementary School by Jan Svěrák 7. 1996 - Kolya by Jan Svěrák - Won Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film 8. 2000 - Divided We...
Contenders at Cannes Film Festival
1. 1946 - Men Without Wings by František Čáp - Won Palm d'Or 2. 1946 - Vánoční sen by Karel Zeman - Won Grand Prix International for best short fiction film 3. 1946 - Springman and the SS by Jiří Trnka 4. 1951 - The Trap by Martin Frič 5. 1954 - A Drop Too Much by Břetislav Pojar - Won Best Puppet Film 6. 1955 - Dog's Heads by Martin Frič 7. 1955 - The Good Soldier Schweik by Jiří Trnka 8. 1956 - Dalibor by Václav Krška 9. 1956 - The Dolls of Jiří Trnka by Bruno Šefranka - Won Special Mention...
Contenders at Venice Film Festival
1. 1934 - Ecstasy by Gustav Machatý - Won Best Director 2. 1934 - The River by Josef Rovenský - Won Best Director 3. 1934 - Bouře nad Tatrami by Tomáš Trnka - Won Best Director 4. 1934 - Maryša by Josef Rovenský - Won Special Recommendation 5. 1937 - Batalion by Miroslav Cikán - Won Special Recommendation 6. 1939 - Humoreska by Otakar Vávra 7. 1939 - Macoun the Tramp by Ladislav Brom 8. 1939 - Sklenice i chléb by Jaroslav Tuzar 9. 1940 - Muž z neznáma by Martin Frič 10. 1941 - Nocturnal Butte...
Passek, Jean-Loup; Zaoralová, Eva, eds. (1996). Le cinéma tchèque et slovaque. Paris: Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou. ISBN 9782858508921. OCLC 415079480.
Nov 09, 2018 · 11/09/2018 - László Nemes’ sophomore feature, which was first revealed at Venice, will represent Hungary in the race for the Oscar for Best Foreign-language Film
The number of new wave titles showing in prestige slots is notable and three of the key pictures from the Czech Film Miracle were chosen in the middle of the decade: Miloš Forman's A Blonde in Love (1965) and The Fireman's Ball (1968), and Vera Chytilova's Daisies (1967), which became the first film directed by a woman to close the London Film ...
Nov 20, 2018 · 20/11/2018 - British filmmaker Toby MacDonald tackles the topics of “Britishness” and masculinity in his debut feature, a lightweight, comedic take on Cyrano de Bergerac, set in an all-boys boarding school
Yorkton Film Festival (YFF) is an annual film festival held in late May in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada.. In 1947, the Yorkton Film Council (YFC) was founded: 6 and in 1950 the first international documentary film festival officially opened in western Canada: 6 on 11 October.
May 04, 2017 · His next short film, Fear (2015), was also a success, making its international premiere at the San Sebastian International Film Festival, and winning the main prize at Famufest, in Prague, as well ...