Environment in the spotlight in You’re the Filmmaker competition

25. 9. 2020, 14:20
Febiofest 2020

Six prizes were handed out in the amateur shorts competition You’re the Filmmaker, which this year focused on the environment. 

Vít Rosenkranc won in the individuals category with Robinson Crusoe, a playfully narrated story drawing on elements of contemporary reality. The jury was particularly impressed with the use of sound, which is part of film language. Second place went to Šimon Černík with the film The Tribe, while Tina Tran took bronze for Why Actually?

In the team category, a financial donation of CZK 30,000 intended for educational events in the area of internet and media literacy went to Prague’s Secondary School for EU Administration for Absolute Environmentalist, for the courage to speak thoughtfully about the everyday reality facing many of us. A rhythmically constructed satire, it holds up a mirror to our society with delicate humour and shows that simplicity is key to an environmental and sustainable life. Second place went to the Animation Studio of fourth and fifth grade pupils at the Kolín V elementary school for Up to our Necks in Garbage. Third place was taken by the Vráž primary school and How you help nature be clean.

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