On March 19, the filmmaker will receive the Kristian Award for his contribution to world cinema during the opening ceremony of Febiofest, the 22nd Prague International Film Festival.
Jean-Jacques Annaud will soon travel to Prague to present his latest film Wolf Totem at Febiofest. On this occasion, he will receive the Kristian Award for his contribution to world cinema. A retrospective of his work, including screenings of Quest for Fire and The Bear, will also feature on the festival's program.
Director of many hugely popular films (The Name of The Rose, The Lover, and Sept ans au Tibet), Annaud received the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 1976 for his debut feature Black and White in Color, and the César for Best Director for Quest for Fire and The Bear.
Febiofest, which takes place from March 19 through 27, 2015, will also welcome director Jean-Charles Hue, who will travel to the event to present Eat Your Bones, which received the Prix Jean Vigo 2014.
This year, Febiofest will present a total of 159 films from 56 countries, among which 32 French productions and co-productions.
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