Golden Prague 2017

Author: Czech Television

Golden Prague prizes have been awarded!

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The highest Grand Prix award of this year’s Golden Prague was given to a documentary about an opera singer Soňa Červená. Olga Sommerová’s film Červená beat the competition of seventy two works from sixteen countries all over the world.

The registered films by forty producers and TV companies from all over the world competed in two categories – Documentary category about music, dance and theatre and Performing Arts category covering music and dance programmes including concerts recordings. The winner of the second category was a British film Young Men telling a story about the First World War particularly by means of music and dance. The winner of the Documentary category was a German film Silenced - composers in revolutionary Russia created at the time of the Russian revolution anniversary. It tells us about how revolution used many composers for the purpose of propaganda only to eliminate them afterwards.

The Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation Vize 97 award was given to a Norwegian documentary From a Windfall. Kaleidoscope on Saturday, while the Czech Television award was given to a poetic Swedish film Axe. In this film the world-famous choreographer Mats Ek deliberately and in an attractive way ignores the ubiquitous dictation of the cult of youth and shows that the beauty of movement and human body has nothing to do with age.

Special Mention for Extraordinary Artistic Achievement went to a Swedish film Ingmar Bergman through the Choreographer's Eye and Jury Prize for Originality of Production was awarded to a German film The Florence Foster Jenkins Story.



Mikhail Pleтnev and Lucas Debargue

The Moscow Philharmonic Society

The 9th Grand Festival of the Russian National Orchestra in Moscow Tchaikovsky Concert Hall conducted by Mikhail Pletnev. Soloist - Lucas Debargue.

Ballet Royal de la Nuit - 11+12 November 2017

CLC Productions / Tangaro

The recreation of the young Louis XIV Sun King’s Grand Divertissement created in 1653, interpreted by l'Ensemble Correspondance led by Sébastien Daucé.



To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Hollywood in Vienna invites you into the realm of the fantastic and enchanted

Frédégonde - unreleased Opera of Saint-Saëns

Paramax Films

Frédégonde is an 1895 drame lyrique by Camille Saint-Saëns to a libretto by Louis Gallet. The Opera will be played in Ho Chi Minh on 21 October 2017.


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