Let There Be Light est élu meilleur film aux Prix Sun in a Net
par Martin Kudláč
- À la 10e édition des prix du cinéma slovaque, qui a mis à l’honneur l’industrie du film nationale, le film de Marko Škop a décroché cinq trophées
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Marko Škop’s sophomore fiction feature, Let There Be Light [+lire aussi :
interview : Marko Škop
interview : Milan Ondrík
fiche film], has come out on top at the tenth-anniversary edition of the Slovak national film awards, Sun in a Net. The social family drama, which travelled the festival circuit very widely and was picked as Slovakia’s submission for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards (see the news), also netted the accolades for Best Director and Best Screenplay, while Zuzana Konečná and Milan Ondrík received the gongs for Best Lead Actress and Actor.
While Škop’s film took home five awards, it was Jonáš Karásek’s political thriller Amnesty [+lire aussi :
fiche film] that led the nominations, with a total of 12. The thriller, inspired by the events following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, President Václav Havel’s amnesties and a bloody prison riot, was successful in the technical categories, including Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Sound and Best Stage Design.
Tomáš Krupa’s empathetic look at the taboo topic of voluntary euthanasia, The Good Death [+lire aussi :
interview : Tomáš Krupa
fiche film], was named Best Documentary of 2019, while Martin Smatana’s globe-trotting and award-festooned (Stuttgart, Annecy, São Paulo and Taiwan, to name but a few) stop-motion puppet short The Kite, produced by Peter Badač, of BFilm, won in the Best Animated Film category. Three domestic fiction features were singled out to compete for Best Film: going head to head with Škop’s drama were Amnesty and Juraj Šlauka’s directorial debut, the lo-fi dramedy Punk Never Ends! [+lire aussi :
interview : Juraj Šlauka
fiche film]. The latter left the ceremony with one trophy under its belt, for Best Music, which went to David Kollar. The Czech-Slovak fairy tale The Watchmaker’s Apprentice, directed by Jitka Rudolfová, won for Best Make-up and Best Costume Design.
In addition to the Slovak Film and Television Academy, the public also got to pick their favourite film for the Audience Award. After the bittersweet rom-com Loli Paradicka [+lire aussi :
interview : Marka Staviarska
fiche film], directed by father-and-son team Víťo and Richard Staviarsky, won the Audience Award at the Art Film Fest Košice (see the news), climbed to the second position at the local box office (see the news) and became the most-watched content on the second channel of the public broadcaster, the film came full circle last night, netting the Audience Award at the Sun in a Net ceremony.
Here is the full list of winners at the tenth edition of the Sun in a Net Awards:
Best Animated Film
The Kite – Martin Smatana (Slovakia/Czech Republic/Poland)
Marko Škop – Let There Be Light
Marko Škop – Let There Be Light
Matej Beneš – Amnesty
Viktor Krivosudský - Amnesty
Best Stage Design
Tomáš Berka, Karol Filo, Václav Vohlídal – Amnesty
Marek Cpin – The Watchmaker’s Apprentice
Helena Steidlová – The Watchmaker's Apprentice
Best Lead Actress
Zuzana Konečná – Let There Be Light
Best Supporting Actress
Anna Geislerová - Amnesty
Best Lead Actor
Milan Ondrík – Let There Be Light
Best Supporting Actor
Gregor Hološka - Amnesty
Award for Exceptional Contribution to Slovakian Cinema
(Traduit de l'anglais)
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