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Petr Bebjak, a graduate of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, was already known for his student films. Bebjak directs TV shows including the Slovakian series Odsúdené (Czech version: Případy 1. oddělení) and his directorial debut for the screen was the horror/thriller Evil. Bebjak’s newest film The Cleaner is of a similarly dark nature. Bebjak’s feature film Apricot Island from 2011 was both critically acclaimed and a box office success. 

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Marco Bellochio’s career spans over half a century, which places him side by side with the most important Italian filmmakers such as Bernard Bertolucci, and the director’s close friend Pier Paolo Pasolini, with whom he shared his zeal for extreme opposition to conservative censorship, and also an inciting approach to burning issues in both the cinema and cinematic form. Bellochio’s bountiful filmography includes political dramas, sardonic satires of the Catholic Church and unconventional adaptations of classics (Henry VI based on Luigi Pirandello’s play starring Marcello Mastroianni and Claudia Cardinale). 

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Daniel Brühl, a distinctive representative of the young generation of European actors, was born in Barcelona in 1978. His full name is Daniel César Martin Brühl Gonzalez Domingo and he is the son of a famous German documentary director, Hanno Brühl. The bilingual family enabled the actor to learn two European languages as a child, which later helped him in building an international acting career. Daniel embarked on his professional path in theatre at an early age and he got his first roles in German television shows. His breakthrough came in 2003 with Wolfgang Becker's Good Bye Lenin! Brühl played the lead role of a loving son whose mother spent the last years of socialism in a coma. In order to protect her from the fatal shock that Eastern Germany does not exist anymore, Alex decides to put everything around her in an order existing before the Wall fell.

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Jan Bubníček makes his debut with his short story film Murderous Tales. Bubeníček graduated in animation film at the FAMU in Prague and received various awards for his short films The Three Fuos and The Pirate. Bubeníček worked as a director at the Eallin Studio, and at UPP as supervisor of the 3D department. Bubeníček also collaborated on the graphics of the animated film Alois Nebel.

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Ondřej Cikán, a Czech/German writer, was born in Prague, studied in Vienna where he currently lives. Cikán collaborates with a number of theatres including Volkstheater’s Spielbar, which produced his first play. Cikán also founded the group of artists Die Gruppe, which worked with him on adapting Menandros & Thaïs, which is based on Cikán’s novel of the same name and co-directed by Cikán and Antonín Šilar.

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Rebecca Cremona is a Maltese screenwriter and director. Cremona’s short film Magdalene about a former concert pianist’s suffocating marriage in 1930’s California received a number of awards, including the Director’s Guild of America Award and honourable mention at the 2009 College Television Awards. Her feature film debut Simshar received a significant number of festival awards and was the first ever Maltese film to be submitted for the Best Foreign Language Film Award.

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The journey of a graduate archaeologist and one of the most internationally acclaimed independent Slovenian filmmakers, Jan Cvitkovic, started by chance and a spontaneous decision which brought unexpected success, as the director claims himself. After winning a screenwriting competition for short films, he and his friend, Janez Burger (graduate of the Prague Film Academy) wrote a full-length film, Idle Running (1999), where he also played the main role of a lazy eternal student who starts to ponder trying to do something about his life after ten years of life in a college dormitory. The independent black-and-white film, which was also screened at the Karlovy Vary IFF in the main competition, became a critically acclaimed unprecedented audience hit in Slovenia, and an impulse for Cvitkovic to start his own filmmaking career. 

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Murat Eroğlu was born in Tunceli, Turkey. During his studies, he worked as a journalist and he shot short films and documentaries. His debut Before Sunrise, a socially critical drama about a father and a son who get lost at a market at night because of work, premiered in the main competition at the Istanbul Film Festival and was presented at ot her festivals, which established Eroğlu as a promising and talented director.
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Vojtěch Frič and his production company FRAME100R work on advertising and TV projects. Frič has produced such successful Czech films as Krásno directed by Ondřej Sokol, and Icing directed by Jan Hřebejk, based on the play by Petr Kolečko. Frič’s current project is called Já, Olga Hepnarová, which he produced and also edited.

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Dariusz Gajewski comes from Częstochowa in Poland. Gajewski is a film and documentary director. After working in theatre, he adapted Helmut Krausser’s play Leatherface for the film Alarm. Later, he directed the original short stories film Warsaw, which won multiple awards in Poland and internationally, and which is considered one of the most impressive Polish film debuts of this millennia. Gajewski’s Mr. Kuka’s Advice from 2008 follows a young man’s journey to Vienna. Gajewski’s newest drama Strange Heaven focuses on heroic Polish emigrants in Sweden.

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The young Italian producer, Simone Gattoni, produced the documentary film portrait of Silvio Berlusconi S.B.: I Knew Him Well, which consists of the testimonies of Berlusconi’s close friends and enables the audience to glimpse behind the facade of this public persona. Gattoni also produced The Silence of Pelesjan about the rediscovery of Armenian director Artavazd Peleshyan, which was featured at the Karlovy Vary IFF. Gattoni produced a short documentary film about Italian filmmaker Marco Bellocchio for the Venice IFF. He then went on to produce Bellocchio’s newest film Blood of My Blood.

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Jake Gavin acted in a British adventure film Plunkett & Macleane, but his career has revolved mainly around landscape and portrait photography. He draws from this experience in his feature debut Hector, a road-movie about a homeless man’s journey to London starring Peter Mullan.

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Mimi Gjorgoska-Ilevska was appointed the Director of the Macedonian Film Agency by the President of Macedonia in November 2015. This position is a continuation of Gjorgoska-Ilevska’s previous engagements as the Director of the Cinematheque of Macedonia and her membership in the Executive Committee of the FIAF (International Federation of Film Archives).

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In 2003 Armel Hostiou, the French screenwriter, cameraman and director, is a graduate of the prestigious film school La Fémis in Paris. Hostiou shot more than twenty award-winning experimental short films and music videos, which he made for the artist known as Babx. Hostiou’s first feature film Stubborn starring Vincent Macaigne and Kate Moran was shot with a very small film crew in New York City.

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Martha Issová is a Czech theatre, TV and film actress. After graduating the Prague Conservatoire, she performed at Divadlo na Fidlovačce and at the Dejvice Theatre where she became a full-time member of the company in 2005. In the Dejvice Theatre, Issová appeared in the theatre’s original TV series Čtvrtá Hvězda. Her first film role was in Hanele (1999), directed by Karel Kachyňa, and since then, she has appeared in over thirty film and TV roles. 

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Bjorn Olaf Johannessen, originally a scientist, debuted with his play Silkematt at the Norwegian National Theatre. Johannessen is a successful TV and film scriptwriter both in Norway and in European film. He wrote Mirush (2007), a story about growing up and the relationship between a father and a son. The film was nominated for the annual Norwegian Amanda Award for best picture. Johannessen also wrote the Belgian drama Nowhere Man directed by Patrice Toye. Both films were featured at Febiofest in the recent years. In 2015, Johannessen collaborated on the Norwegian film The Disappearing Illusionist starring the German actor August Diehl as Dirk Ohm, and the 3D drama Every Thing Will Be Fine directed by the legendary Wim Wenders. Every Thing Will Be Fine was featured in the main competition at the Berlinale, and stars James Franco with Charlotte Gainsbourg.

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Petr Kazda graduated from FAMU in Prague having studied screenwriting and script editing. He began working on a screenplay about Olga Hepnarová in his second year of study. Kazda co-owns the production company Black Balance with Tomáš Weinreb, who is a graduate of documentary film studies at FAMU. Kazda and Weinreb co-created a number of short films featured at various shows and festival. This duo of screenwriters, producers and directors debuts with their original feature film Já, Olga Hepnarová, which premiered in the Panorama section at the Berlinale in 2016.

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Julia Kijowska was a member of the theatre Teatr Dramatyczny w Warszawie from 2006 to 2012, and she currently performs at the Ateneum Theatre. Apart from theatre, Kijowska has also appeared in over fifteen feature films, including Agnieszka Holland‘s In Darkness and a number of popular TV shows. Kijowska won an award for her performance in Loving at the Thessaloniki IFF. The Red Spider is Kijowska’s most recent film.

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František Krähenbiel is one of the most significant Slovakian film editors. He received three nominations for the Sun in a Net Award for editing by the Slovakian Film and Television Academy. Krähenbiel received an editing award in Cannes for Juraj Lehotský’s award-winning Blind Loves, which Krähenbiel produced as well. Krähenbiel collaborates with director Marko Škop. He edited his TV documentaries and successful documentary film features Other Worlds and Osadné, which he also produced. Their newest film is Škop’s feature film debut Eva Nová, which was apprized at the Toronto IFF.

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Producer Agnieszka Kurzydło is the director of Zentropa International Poland, established in 2008, which produced Lars von Trier’s Antichrist. Her own production company Mental Disorder 4, established in 2011, produced the drama Baby Blues, about a homosexual catholic priest directed by Katarzyna Rosłaniec and introduced at the Berlinale. Her most recent film is The Red Spider, introduced in the main competition at the Karlovy Vary IFF.

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Belgian filmmaker, Laurent Van Lancker studied filmmaking and anthropology, which is apparent from his early documentary work such as Ymako and Moving with the Clouds  which examined remote cultures, or his series Experimental Ethnographies. Van Lancker also shot short films, experimental travel journals and dance videos. His documentary feature film Surya received a number of international awards and was released commercially in Belgium. Van Lancker’s first, experimental feature film Fallow is shot from the perspective of a modern refugee, and was partly shot in the refugee camp in Calais. 

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Liová is a Slovakian scriptwriter, dramaturge and director, whose first TV film Silence (2006) won various European awards. At the Cannes Film Festival, she was awarded the Krzysztof Kieslowski ScripTeast Award for best screenplay for the film The House, which she then directed and premiered at Berlinale in 2011. Liová also took part in the short story project Slovensko 2.0 (2014), pursues making documentaries and takes part in various TV and film projects as a dramaturge.

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Mark Martin came to the then Czechoslovakia as a volunteer in the US Peace Corps in the years 1990 - 1992. After Martin fell in love, he decided to stay here. Martin has managed several companies in the private sector and since 2011, he is the head of Amnesty International Czech Republic, an international organization dedicated to the fight for human rights. Martin is a prominent participant both in their Czech and international campaigns.  Jury of the Amnesty International Febiofest Award. 

 
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She appeared on the silver screen for the very first time in 1969 as an uncredited chica de la fiesta - “a girl at the party”, but at the age of seventy, Carmen Maura is now the most important woman of Spanish cinema with four Goya awards and a prolific, diverse filmography of around 140 film and television roles (complemented by her long career in prestigious theatres and in dubbing), both in her native Spain and abroad, especially in French-speaking productions (her role in The Women on the 6th Floor earned her a César in 2012).

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The Swedish photographer, cinematographer and director attracted attention with his short documentaries Clyde and Stockholm Street. His feature film debut H:r Landshövding (Mr. Governor) was recognized at the prestigious festival CPX:DOX, as was his newest film Stranded in Canton. His thriller about the investigation of the murder of minister Olof Palme Hassel – Privatspanarna also met with success. At the age of 44, Månsson has been nominated for the national film award Gulbagge three times.

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Ján Meliš is perhaps today’s best known Slovakian documentary cameraman, who collaborates with director Marek Škop (Celebration of a lonely Palm, Osadné, Other Worlds). Together they also collaborated on the successful film portrait of an alcoholic actress Eva Nová, which has been acclaimed at the Toronto International Film Festival. 

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The actress Klára Melíšková, along with her graduating class of Prague DAMU constituted the acting and artistic backbone of the Dejvice Theatre’s company, lead by Miroslav Krobot in 1997. She has been a stable company member of this critically acclaimed theatre ever since. Melíšková’s first notable film part was that of Zdena in the film Champions, for which she was awarded the Czech Lion Award. Melíšková won the same prize for the again in 2012 for Bohdan Sláma’s film 4 Suns, which also brought her the Czech Film Critics Award. She received two more Czech Lion nominations for her parts in Protector and Angels by Alice Nellis. Together with her theatre colleagues, Melíšková starred in the TV show Čtvrtá hvězda, and she has also appeared in the TV shows Případ pro exorcistu and Modré stíny. Melíšová portrays the protagonist’s mother in I, Olga Hepnarová introduced at this year’s Berlinale.

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Peter Morgan, British dramatist and screenwriter, has been awarded the Golden Globe and has made a name for himself with his screenplays for biographical films about important figures of the 20th century: Queen Elizabeth II (The Queen starring Helen Mirren), Idi Amin (The Last King of Scotland) as well as race car drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt (Rush). Morgan’s study of historical figures invariably combines personal drama with insights into the burning political issues of their time, while remaining accessible to the viewers. His screenplay for Frost/Nixon reconstructed David Frost’s efforts to bring about the controversial televised interviews with Richard Nixon and was based on Morgan’s own play. The Other Boleyn Girl, is a romantic drama full of intrigue at Henry VIII’s court. Morgan has been nominated for two Oscars and a number of BAFTA awards. He won four BAFTA awards, including one for a TV film The Deal about the rivalry between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown directed by Stephen Frears. After The Deal, Frears and Morgan collaborated on The Queen.

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Peter Mullan, a Scottish theatre and film actor and director, was born in Petershead in eastern Scotland. He began to focus on acting during his studies at university, and his debut on the silver screen came in 1990 in the supporting role of Vince in David Leland's Big Man, followed by a role in Ken Loach's Riff-Raff (1991). Mullan collaborated with this renowned director again later in his career on My Name Is Joe. His performance in this film earned him a prestigious award for the best actor at Cannes IFF in 1998. 

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Sara Nameth studied social anthropology at Stockholm University and later went on to complete her Master’s degree at the University of Oxford. Nameth published an article titled “Screenwriting as Fictional Ethnography,” in which she examines the similarities between the anthropological approach and scriptwriting. Nameth worked in advertising and collaborated on Roy Andersson’s film A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence. Her screenwriting feature film debut is The Yard, which is an adaptation of Kristian Lundberg’s novel of the same name, and was directed by Nameth’s husband Måns Månsson.

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Jordi Niubó is of Spanish descent and was born in Ústní nad Labem. Niubó studied directing at the FAMU in Prague and graduated with his short film Falešný autostop (Fake Hitchhiking). Afterwards Niubó focused primarily on TV documentaries and TV series. Niubó produced Ivo Trajkov’s experimental film Movie (2007) and also Trajkov’s most recent film Honey Night. Jury of the "You're the filmmaker" competition.  

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The talented actor from Slovakian Dolný Kubín has received many awards for his performances on theatre stages in Nitra and in the National Slovak Theatre. He gained fame for his performances in the popular Slovakian TV series Profesionáli, Panelák and Superhrdinovia. He appeared in such films as Muzika and Juraj Nvota’s Jak jsme hráli čáru. In Eva Nová, Ondrík portrays the son of the protagonist played by Emília Vášáryová.

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RAMÓN PILACÉS

Ramón Pilacés is an agent representing actors and actresses, and also manages an agency in Madrid and Buenos Aires. He produced Tortilla and Cinema (1997) and Lisbon (1999), the noir road-movie, which received a nomination for the Spanish Goya Award for actress in a leading role, Carmen Maura. Pilacés represents Maura and will be accompanying her at this year’s Febiofest. Febiofest will feature four of Maura’s films in her honour.

 
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Filip Plawiak, a young Polish actor, debuted in the drama Venice in 2010. He also appeared in Aftermath and in One Way Ticket to the Moon, a retro film about growing up in the army. Plawiak also appeared in Stones for the Rampart, a successful drama about the Polish youth’s resistance during the war, which was featured at last year’s Febiofest. The Red Spider is Plawiak’s debut in a leading role. He portrays a young protagonist Karl, who becomes fascinated by a serial killer in 1960’s Poland.

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Stole Popov is an internationally known director, whose documentary film feature FIRE was the Yugoslavian submission for the Oscars. The same honour was bestowed on his subsequent documentary features Australia, Australia and his short documentary Dee, which went on to receive an Oscar nomination.  Popov shot two more critically acclaimed films in the 1980’s, and after the fall of Yugoslavia, he made the first ever Macedonian film, Tattoo, which took place amid the downfall of the then federation regime. 

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The Mexican producer and director used to write and shoot commercials. Later on, he produced and directed music videos with his own company Terre gal Films. For several years he has been working on his feature film debut Jeremy, about an 8-year-old genius born into a family that is not quite ready for him. The film has been screened at many festivals and has received a number of audience choice awards.

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Antonio Saura, the son of Spanish cinematography giant Carlos Saura, who has received the Kristián Lifetime Achievement Award, is a successful producer. He worked on his father’s films (¡Ay, Carmela!Salomé, and the documentary Fados) and also produced a number of acclaimed documentary and film features (The City of No Limits for which he received the Goya Award). Antonio Saura is a member of the European Film Academy and the Spanish Film Academy, and comes to Febiofest to personally present his documentary “gourmet thriller” El pollo, el pez y el cangrejo real, which was nominated for the Goya Award and  was first presented at the Berlinale Film Festival.

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Antonín Šilar graduated from the DAMU in Prague. Šilar is a scenographer, who works for a number of theatres in Prague including Theatre Dejvická, Studio Hrdinů and the New Stage of the National Theatre in Prague. Šilar is a member of Die Gruppe in Vienna. Menandros & Thäis based on the novel by Ondřej Cikán is Šilar’s directorial feature film debut.

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Marko Škop, Slovakian documentary director and producer, debuted last year with his film Eva Nová, and won the prestigious International Critics’ Prize at the Toronto IFF in September. Škop’s documentary films Other Worlds and Osadné were both well received at festivals and by audiences. Other Worlds received the Audience Award at the Karlovy Vary IFF in 2006, and Osadné received the Grand Prix for Best Documentary Film Award in Karlovy Vary in 2009. Škop also produced two successful films, directed by Škop’s compatriot, the documentary filmmaker Juraj Lehotský including the award-winning Blind Loves and Miracle, which was Lehotský’s feature debut. Jury of the "You're the filmmaker" competition.  

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Marika Šoposká studied at the Prague Conservatoire and appeared in several theatre and TV productions throughout her studies. As a 19-year old, she stood out in the lead role in the short student film Bába (2008), which won the Cinéfondatión section at the Cannes International Film Festival. She played various roles across genres both in film and on TV – the historical drama Lidice, TV production Jan Hus, fairy-tale Micimutr and thriller detective series Cirkus Bukowsky. Her most recent notable part is her portrayal of a friend of the protagonist in I, Olga Hepnarová.

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Itay Tiran is an Israeli theatre and film actor, who in his thirty-five years, has won five Israel National Theatre awards for best actor and two nominations from the Israeli Film Academy, for Mechilot (Forgiveness) and Ha-Hov (The Debt). He starred in the acclaimed war drama Lebanon and also appeared in a German-French-Polish adaptation of Uri Orlev’s novel of the boys escaped from the Warsaw ghetto in 1942, Run, Boy, Run. Tiran’s international career took off in 2010 when he played one of the leading figures in the British miniseries, The Promise. In 2015, Tiran starred in two films, Israel's "existential comedy" Afterthought, ant the Polish film, Demon that Tiran will present at Febiofest.

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Ivo Trajkov comes from Skopje, Macedonia. He studied at FAMU in Prague where he now directs the Department of Film Editing. He works both in Macedonia and the Czech Republic. His work includes the historical drama The Great Water (2004), which was Macedonia’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film Award, the Czech comedy Kanárská Spojka (1993), the experimental drama Movie (2007) and drama Wingless (2009). At Febiofest, he is going to present The Great Water alongside the The Berlin Project from Germany and his most recent film Honey Night – an adaptation of Jan Procházka’s The Ear, set in 1990’s Macedonia.

 
 
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Ondřej Trojan is a director and producer. Trojan founded the production company Total HelpArt (T.H.A.) in 1992 while performing with the acting company in the theatre Sklep. T.H.A. produced films by Jan Hřebejk including his Oscar nominated picture Divided We Fall. Trojan also produced the critically acclaimed series Zapomenuté transporty. In 2003, Trojan directed the Oscar nominated film Želary. In 2010, Trojan directed Identity Card, which was based on Jan Šabach’s novel of the same name, and was nominated for 11 Czech Lion Awards. Trojan and T.H.A. produced Jan Bubeníček’s amimated feature film debut Murderous Tales, in which Trojan also appears as an actor. 

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Petr Václav is a graduate of documentary filmmaking at FAMU in Prague, and his work was recognised at film festivals during his studies. Václav’s feature film debut Marian (1996) won the Locarno IFF.  His psychological drama Parallel Worlds starring Karel Roden and Lenka Vlasáková was an international co-production. 

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ANIKÒ VARGA
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Primarily a theatre actress, Ms. Varga is currently a member of the New Stage of the Slovak National Theatre. She has appeared as a guest star on various stages, collaborated with prominent foreign directors and spent ten years at the Bárka Theatre in Budapest. She has received four Ararat awards for acting and is starring in the new Slovakian film of Marek Škop, Eva Nová.

 
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Rightfully called “the first lady of Slovak cinema,” Emilia Vasaryova has had a prolific career on the silver screen, in TV as well as in theatre, and on both sides of the Czech-Slovak border. At the age of seventy-three, she is still an exceptionally active actress who will receive the Kristian Award at Febiofest. She is coming with a critically acclaimed drama called Eva Nova, which premiered last September at the prestigious Toronto IFF, where it won the FIPRESCI International Critics' Award for the Discovery of the year. In the upcoming season, she will appear in no less than six productions of the Slovak National Theatre, where she started in 1964 after graduating from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava.

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Tomáš Weinreb graduated from documentary film studies at FAMU in Prague and has been closely collaborating with his schoolmate Petr Kazda ever since. Weinreb and Kazda worked together on a number of short films as scriptwriters, producers and directors, and in 2011 they launched their own production company Black Balance. Their original film about a mass murderess and the last woman to be executed in Czechoslovakia, Já, Olga Hepnarová, which premiered at this year’s Berlinale, is their feature film debut.

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Vít Zapletal shot a number of short films, namely Pokoj, 5 Months and 3 Days and Život přede mnou, all of which were successful at film festivals. Afterwards, Zapletal graduated from the directing course at the FAMU in Prague with his feature film Dust of the Ground, which was featured in the competition section East of the West at the Karlovy Vary IFF.

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Ondřej Zima is a Czech Producer, who produced Jan Prušinovský‘s student film Bubble Bath Is the Best. Zima also produced Prušinovský’s directorial feature film debut František je děvkař and this year’s The Snake brothers. The Snake Brothers received 7 Czech Lion Awards including best director, best producer, and the audience award. Zima also produced the punk film Don‘t Stop, and Miroslav Krobot’s debut Nowhere in Moravia. Febiofest visitors can see Zima’s work in the international production Siska Deluxe directed by the Slovenian director Jan Cvitkovič.

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GERTJAN ZUILHOF
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Gertjan Zuilhof was born in 1955 in the rock & roll era. He began his career drawing comics for his high-school magazine and maybe he’ll end up the same way one day. Meanwhile, he works as an art historian, film critic and film festival programmer. In the last twenty-five years he has worked mainly for the International Film Festival in Rotterdam. Zuilhof has travelled extensively through lesser known places in Asia and Africa as a freelance programmer and curator and it’s after a twenty year absence, makes his return to Prague. Jury of the Amnesty International Febiofest Award. 

 
 
 
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