The Czech film Mouse Belongs to Heaven is nominated for the European Film Award

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The Czech film Mouse Belongs to Heaven is nominated for the European Film Award

“We are very happy that our film has met with a lot of positive reactions since its premiere in Annecy. It is a great reward not only for us, but also for all those who worked on the film and believed in it for a long time. We are very pleased that we have probably managed to pass on this common energy to the audience, that it brings them joy. It fills us with a hopeful feeling that all that joint work had a deeper meaning, “said the directorial duo.

“The nomination for the European Academy Award is a significant success for us and we believe that it will help the film reach even more viewers around the world,” added producer Vladimír Lhoták.

Mice belong to heaven

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The Czech-French-Polish-Slovak film premiered at the animated film festival in Annecy, France, and has already won the prize for the best animated film at the international festival in Shanghai. At the Anifilm in Liberec, he received the Audience Award and special jury recognition. The film also received special jury recognition at the Zlín Film Festival.

Lišák Bělobřich and the mouse Šupito in the celestial amusement park.

Foto: Cinemart

He received further recognition in Chemnitz, Germany, at the Polish Kino Dzieci festival and the French Voix d’Étoiles festival.

The European Film Awards, given by 4,100 members of the European Film Academy, will be presented on 11 December in Berlin.

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