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The winner of the International Film Festival Prague - Febiofest drama is Life in a Fishbowl, which won twelve nominations, including Best Film, for the annual prizes of the Icelandic Film Academy The director of the winning film, Baldvin Zophoníasson, has arrived from his native Iceland to attend Febiofest’s Closing Ceremony. Life in a Fishbowl presents a naturalistic and unbiased view of life in Reykjavik before the pain of the economic crisis where the heroine, a mother and kindergarten teacher, must moonlight as a prostitute. The dramatic story of surprising clarity and truth impressed the Febiofest jury headed by Vlasta Chramostová, and the especially powerful story that touches the viewer internally, as well as the subtle script and excellent performances

 
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Febiofest’s VIP guests for today: John Madden, Terry McMahon, Herman Slagter, Jan Doense, Denis Murić, Vuk Ršumović and many more. See the Intro and Q&A schedule for today.

Febiofest recommendations for Friday, March 27: Gaamer, The Debt, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Travelator 

On Friday, March 27, Febiofest Music Fest  presents SKA FEST 

We are looking forward to meeting you in the parking garage below CineStar - Andel, Radlická 3179/1E, Prague 5 (third underground floor).  Gate opens at 7 pm. FREE ENTRY!

 
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Regional Echoes of Febiofest - screening changes: All Wolf Totem screenings outside of Prague are cancelled. In Hradec Kralove and Pardubice it will be replaced by A Little Chaos. In all other cities it will be replaced by Still Alice.

RED ARMY: All screenings are now English Unfriendly

Regional Echoes of Febiofest in Mikulov: 

Dodgeball and Snake Brothers are cancelled and replaced by

April 10 - 19:00 Storyteller (Opening Night - by invitation only)

April 11 - 19:00 Photographer

 
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Don’t miss the exhibition of sculptures “Noha”, “Irony”, “Cross Check”, “Archimedon” and “Metamorfloris” by sculptor Lukas Rais on the plaza in front of CineStar Prague – Andel. Lukáš Reis focuses on the transformation of existing, standardized objects into new forms and meanings so that it's not difficult for a regular viewer to define, describe, and experience the object and eventually realize that nothing is what it seems on the first sight. His favourite materials are definitely metal pipes and their industrial products, which are deformed so that they deny their original purpose and essence. The sculptor cuts, bends, welds, turns inside out, dissects and recombines the seemingly invincible metal in unusual contexts.

 
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Tickets for the new, prestigious section of Febiofest Culinary Cinema are still on sale online at http://www.ticketportal.cz/nevent.aspx?id=105 or at the Febiofest Information Desk. During three film evenings from March 24th to 26th, chefs from three top Prague restaurants – Jan Kratochvil from Divinis, Marek Hora from Yamato, and Michal Psenicka from Cafe Imperial – will cook for the audience under the direction of chef Zdenek Pohlreich. The program in the restaurant set up in Barrandov will include a screening and a several-course dinner prepared and served on the spot. Menu Febiofest Italy 2015 is accompanied by the screening of I Am Love, Final Recipe inspires the chefs for Menu Febiofest Asia 2015, and Menu Febiofest Foodies 2015 will be served after watching the documentary,Foodies, set in the environment of the best Michelin restaurants. 

 
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After the audience hits of the retrospective selections of the cinemas of Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland, Febiofest will include the Northern Lights section in its program for the second time. Bille August depicted the topic of euthanasia in Silent Heart with dignity, and the excellent Danish actress, Paprika Steen, was awarded in San Sebastian for her performance in the leading role. Rockers, as the main protagonists, appear in two films – in Pernilla Fischer Christensen's Someone You Love, an ageing musician gets the opportunity to make up all that he has missed to his family because of his career. On the other hand, Itsi Bitsi is based on reality – the main protagonist, Eik, is a famous character of the Copenhagen music scene of the raging 1960s, with all that it included – the sexual revolution, meditations in exotic countries, up to the final devastation by drugs. 

 
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