Adéla Komrzý (1992) Adéla studied History of Arts at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of the Charles University and graduated from Documentary Directing at the FAMU (Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague). In 2018, she participated in a prestigious internship at the Filmuni Babelsberg Konrad Wolf where she studied directing, and she was selected for Berlinale Talents in the same year. In 2013, she received the FITES Trilobit Award for her chapter in the TV Celebration film series. Her BA graduation film Teaching War from the Czech Journal cycle was awarded with the main Andrej “Nikolaj” Stankovič Prize. Her film Viva Video, Video Viva about Czech video art pioneers was nominated for the Pavel Koutecký Award. Her last film, Intensive Life Unit, was awarded numerous prizes including the Czech Lion Award, the Czech Film Critics’ Award, the Trilobit Award, the Pavel Koutecký Award and various film festival prizes.
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