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Filip Remunda

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Years active  1999 - present
Name  Filip Remunda
Role  Film director

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Born  May 5, 1973 (age 42) (1973-05-05) Praha, Czechoslovakia
Education  Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
Movies  Czech Dream, Czech Peace
Awards  Czech Lion Film Reviewers' and Theoreticians' Award, Czech Lion for Best Documentary 1993–2007
Similar People  Vit Klusak, Martin Marecek, Petr Marek, Varhan Orchestrovich Bauer, Marko Skop

Interview with filip remunda owr 2012


Filip Remunda (born 1973 in Czechoslovakia, today Czech Republic) is a Czech film director, cinematographer and producer.

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Tcff 2010 interview with filip remunda and vit klusak creators of the film czech peace


Biography

Filip Remunda graduated at FAMU–documentary directing department in the masterclass of Karel Vachek. His film, Village B., was named best documentary film at the 2002 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and at the 2003 FAMU Festival, and it received the Don Quixote Award at the 2003 Art Film Trenčianské Teplice festival, as well as several other prizes at festivals in Europe and the United States. During his studies, Filip Remunda also attended the workshop at the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem. Filip Remunda, is co-founder of the Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) which supports the promotion of Eastern European Films and is actively involved in lecturing at the Ex Oriente Film, an international documentary development workshop organized by IDF. Together with Vit Klusak he directed feature documentary comedy CZECH DREAM and runs HYPERMARKET FILM Ltd., an independent production company based in Prague, Czech Republic.

Selected filmography

  • New Names for Old Friends, 1999, Betacam, 40’, What Ever Production
  • Hilary and Chris on the Way, 1999, 16mm, 16’, FAMU, Czech Television
  • Village B., 2002, 35mm, 30’, FAMU, Czech Television
  • A.B.C.D.T.O.P.O.L., (2003) Betacam, 73’, Simply Cinema, CT
  • Czech Dream, together with Vit Klusak, 2004, 35mm, 87’, Hypermarket Film, Czech Television, Studio Mirage, FAMU,official thetrical trailer (core version)
  • Film Encounters, 40 min, S16mm/DIGIBETA, Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, 2007
  • The Tadpole, The Rabbit and the Holy Ghost, download the film, 26 min, Digi Beta, Czech Television - (Jihlava IDFF 2007 Audience Award, Pavel Koutecky Award for the Best Czech Authorial Dox of 2007
  • Czech Peace, together with Vit Klusak, 2010
  • Czech Dream Awards - selection:

  • 48th annual San Francisco International Film Festival, USA 2005: Golden Gate Award for best feature-length documentary film
  • 2005 Zolotoy Vityaz Čeljabinsk, Russia: Best Director Award
  • International Film Festival Poslanije k člověku St. Petersburg, Russia 2005: Special Jury Prize
  • Traverse City Film Festival (film festival director, Michael Moore), USA 2005: Best Documentary Award
  • Aarhus Film Festival, Denmark 2004: First Prize for Best Documentary Film
  • 2005 Jeonju International Film Festival, South Korea: JJ-Star Award
  • 45th annual Cracow Film Festival 2005, Poland: People’s Choice Award
  • FFFB.be Filmfestival Brussel 2005, Belgium: Be TV Award for Best Film
  • Lubuskie Film Summer, Lagow, Poland 2005: Silver Grape Award
  • International Film Festival Ljubljana, Slovenia 2004: FIPRESCI Award (Critics’ Prize)
  • FAMUFEST 2004, Czech Republic: Maxim–Best Film of the Festival and Audience Award
  • References

    Filip Remunda Wikipedia


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