22nd / 19. 3. - 27. 3. 2015

22nd Prague International Film Festival

2015 - Febiofest
The winner of THE FEBIOFEST GRAND PRIX from 22. annual GOES TO ICELANDIC DIRECTOR BALDVIN ZOPHONÍASSON FOR THE FILM LIFE IN AN FISHBOWL - Febiofest
The winner of THE FEBIOFEST GRAND PRIX from 22. annual GOES TO ICELANDIC DIRECTOR BALDVIN ZOPHONÍASSON FOR THE FILM LIFE IN AN FISHBOWL
The winner of the International Film Festival Prague - Febiofest drama is Life in a Fishbowl. 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 Life in a Fishbowl in a co-production of Iceland, Finland, Sweden and the Czech Republic (represented by Axman Productions). 
AT THE OPENING CEREMONY OF FEBIOFEST, ALAN RICKMAN RECEIVEd THE KRISTIAN AWARD - Febiofest
AT THE OPENING CEREMONY OF FEBIOFEST, ALAN RICKMAN RECEIVEd THE KRISTIAN AWARD
At the opening ceremony of the International Film Festival Prague – Febiofest, the Kristian award for contribution to world cinema were not only be awarded to actress Kim Novak and Oscar-winning director Jean-Jacques Annaud but also to one of today’s best British actors, Alan Rickman. Alan Rickman, one of the best contemporary British actors, the winner of the Golden Globe and Emmy for the leading role in Rasputin, well known as Professor Snape from the Harry Potter films, and an actor of many faces, devoted the first half of his career to the stage. Rickman also debuted in the 1990s as a director with the critically acclaimed The Winter Guest, starring Emma Thompson.