FESTIVALS: Charter wins Prague International Film Festival 2021 – Febiofest

PRAGUE: The Swedish / Danish / Norwegian film charter Amanda Kernell won the main competition of the 28th edition of the Prague International Film Festival – Febiofest. The festival took place in person in Prague from September 17-24, 2021.

After Prague, the Febiofest Regions Tour will present a selection of over 100 titles from the program to viewers from Prostějov, Hradec Králové, Olomouc, České Budějovice, Brno, Beroun, Děčín, Zlín, Liberec and Ostrava. The regions program will end with a closing ceremony in Ostrava on October 8, 2021 and will continue in other Czech cities until October 9, 2021.

WINNERS:

Main competition:

Best film :
charter (Sweden, Denmark, Norway)
Directed by Amanda Kernell

Special mention:
Listen (Portugal, United Kingdom)
Directed by Ana Rocha de Sousa

Comedy contest:

Best film :
Dinner in America (UNITED STATES)
Directed by Adam Carter Rehmeier

Amnesty International Febiofest Prize Competition:

Main Price:
Exile (Kosovo, Germany, Belgium)
Directed by Visar Morina

Special mention:
Any day (Finland)
Directed by Hamy Ramezan

You are a Competition filmmaker:

First Prize Individual Category:
Home made
Directed by Sofie Mayorga

Individual Category 2nd Prize:
My city – 6th district of Prague
Directed by Lenka Štěpánková and Lucie Mandová

Individual Category 3rd Prize:
Senohraby
Directed by František Šusta

First prize for student teams:
The Kolin dragon
Led by a team from Kolín V.

Student teams 2nd prize:
Frýdek = Místek
Led by a team from Osmička Primary School

Student teams 3rd prize:
My town is…
Led by a team from Ostrava High School of Arts


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Darcy J. Skinner

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