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THE GOLDEN PRAGUE LAST CALL FOR SUBMISSION

Author: Czech Television

Don't miss it! Deadline for submitting an application is on 30 June 2018!

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One of the oldest, most traditional, and most prestigious European art festivals. It is the International Television Festival Golden Prague, held for the fifty-fifth time this year.

There is no other place in the world, where you could see the best and newest world films from the fields of classical music, contemporary music, jazz and world music, recordings and television performances of operas, theatre performances, ballets, and modern dance performances in such a high number and all at one place. Many of them even before their television premiere!

Don't miss the chance to participate with your film! Present it at Golden Prague and win 10 000 EUR!


Just click at http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/specialy/zlatapraha/en/2018/film-registration/ and proceed the simple registration.

Conditions of participation are in our STATUTE available at http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/specialy/zlatapraha/en/2018/statute/

Programmes in the competition are divided into two categories as follows:

Documentary programmes dedicated to music, dance and theatre
Performing Arts (Recordings of opera, operetta, musicals, dance, ballet, concerts, etc.)

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