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Ivan Fíla Born Prague, Czechoslovakia Occupation Filmmaker/Screenwriter Ivan Fíla, alternate name Ivan Fila, is a Czech film director, screenwriter and producer. Contents 1 Life and work 2 Filmography 2.1 Feature films 2.2 Documentary Films 2.3 Short films (all 1986) 3 Awards 4 References 5 External links // Life and work Fíla was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia. He moved to Germany in 1977 where he received a directing and scriptwriting degree at the Film Department of the University in Cologne. Fíla shot documentaries and shorts before making his feature debut with Lea. The feature premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 1996 and won the OCIC-Award. Lea was also nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Golden Globes and for best young film at the European Film Awards. At the Brussels International Film Festival, Lea won both the Audience Award and the Crystal Star for Best European Feature. Lea also won the Satyajit Ray Award for best film at the London Film Festival and many others including two Czech Lions. Lea brought Fíla to Hollywood where he was hired by Steven Spielberg to rewrite and direct The Betty Schimmel Story. Fíla's follow-up King of thieves premiered at the Moscow Filmfestival in 2004. King of Thieves won the Prix d'Or for Best European Screenplay and won four Czech Lions including Best Actor. Other credits include documentaries as Vaclav Havel – A bohemian fairy tale, Hitler's blackmail, Steps in a Labyrinth, Fog, Tales from another world, Joschka Fischer and others. Fíla is currently working on his English language project Bella Luna.[1] He lives in Frankfurt, Los Angeles and Prague. Filmography Feature films 1996: Lea 2004: King of thieves 2010: Bella Luna (in preparation) Documentary Films 1982: Harley Heaven 1985: Salty dreams 1987: Margarete Buber-Neumann - A German destiny 1988: The Pauls´s church 1989: In the name of the revolution 1990: Through a labyrinth 1991: Tales from another world 1993: Vaclav Havel - A bohemian fairytale 1994: Fog 1995: Hitler´s blackmail 2007: Joschka Fischer Short films (all 1986) Story of hope Encounter The last witch Two brothers The black man Awards For Lea 1996: OCIC Award at the Venice Film Festival 1996: European Film Awards - Best Young European Film of the Year- nominee 1997: Satyajit Ray Award at the London Film Festival 1997: Two Czech Lions and 9 nominees at the Czech Film Awards 1997: Audience Award, Prix C.I.C.A.E and Prix du Jury etudiant - Best Film, Premiers Plans Festival D´Angers, France 1997: Opera Prima Award - Best Film, International Film Festival Montevideo, Uruguay 1997: Audience award at the Brussels Film Festival, Belgium 1997: Nominee - Best Film at Deutscher Filmpreis, Germany 1997: Crystal Star at the Brussels Film Festival, Belgium 1997: Grand Prix VESUVIO AWARD at the Napoli Filmfestival, Italy 1997: Grand Prix - Best Film at the International Film Festival, Film Forum Bratislava, Slovakia 1997: FIPRECI-Award - Best Film at the International Film Festival Sotschi, Russia 1997: Opera Prima Award - Best Feature Film at Puerto Rico International Film Festival 1998: Golden Globe Awards - Best Foreign Film - nominee 1998: Best Dramatic Feature at the San Jose Film Festival, USA For King of Thieves 2004: Slovakias Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film 2004: Four Czech Lions and 10 nominees (including Best Film, Best Direcror and Best Screenplay) at the Czech Film Awards 2004: "Silver Griphon" - Audience Award for Best Film at the Festival of Festivals St. Petersburg, Russia 2004: TOLOBIT - Best Director and Best Screenplay, Czech film and TV Association Annual Award 2005: Audience Award - Best Film - World Cinema at the Phoenix Film Festival 2005: Best Film - nomination at the Adolf Adolf Grimme Awards, Germany For Hitler´s blackmail 1995: German TV-Award - Best Film 1995: Best Film at the Festival international du film d´histoire, France References ^ Ivan Fila to direct Bella Luna for Eyeworks on screendaily.com External links Ivan Fíla at the Internet Movie Database Ivan Fíla at filmartists.de Persondata Name Fila, Ivan Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Prague, Czechoslovakia Date of death Place of death