Meet the 58th Golden Prague Festival Jury

Author: Czech Television

The international Jury that will choose the winning pictures will be made up of representatives from United Kingdom, France, Slovenia and Czechia.

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    Golden Prague Prizes © Czech Television

The Golden Prague Jury’s hands will be full this year, as they will have to award five prizes: Grand Prix Golden Prague, three Czech Crystals and Special Mention for Extraordinary Artistic Achievement.

Brian Large, a television director and author, who is among the world's most respected television directors specializing in opera and classical music, will be heading the 2021 Jury. He has more than 700 recordings to his artistic credit, he has worked with the world’s greatest stars, orchestras and operas, and for many years at the BBC.

Emelie de Jong works at ARTE France. She is a Head of the Arts Department that develops and proposes ambitious cultural documentaries and performing arts programmes, emblematic magazines as well as digital native documentary formats for broadcast on ARTE and the channel’s digital platforms.

Another French Jury member is Natalie Gomez, who works as International Distribution and Acquisition Manager at Auditorium Films and Operations Project Manager at Qwest TV. She manages a current catalogue of over 1500 audiovisual performing arts programs from major festivals and venues around the world.

Daniel Celarec works as a Head of Music & Dance at TV Slovenia. He has created hundreds of recordings of concerts, studio TV shows, music documentaries, recordings of operas, music visualizations and music videos.

Last but not least, Martin Glaser, theatre and opera director, playwright, and Director of the National Theatre Brno and the festivals Janáček Brno and Theatre World Brno, will represent the Czech Republic in the Jury.



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