Golden Prague Festival Call for Entries 2020

Author: Czech Television

Golden Prague invites filmmakers, directors, producers, distributors and broadcasters to submit their new films dedicated to music, dance or theatre.

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Filmmakers, directors, producers, distributors and broadcasters are invited by Golden Prague Festival to submit their new films dedicated to music, dance or theatre into the internationally recognised competition.

57th year of the Festival will take place from 23-26 September 2020.

Golden Prague is a unique festival presenting the world’s best television musical, theatrical and dance shows and films across musical genres. Competing films that will be presented at the festival to reach programme-makers, producers, broadcasters and distributors from all over the world, will be judged by the five member international Jury and will be eligible for prestigious prizes including the Grand Prix – with prize money of EUR 10,000!

Golden Prague 2020 Grand competition is divided into three separate sections:

1) Documentary programmes dedicated to music, dance and theatre
2) Recordings of stage work (operas, operettas, musicals, dance, ballets...)
3) Recordings of concert performance (symphonic/orchestral performance, chambre music, recitals...)

The entry form, which is available at the Golden Prague website ( must be submitted online by 15 July 2020 at the latest. We look forward to receiving your entries for the Golden Prague Festival 2020!



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