Julius Ševčík

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Julius Ševčík
Julius Ševčík at Berlinale 2017
Born28 October 1978 Edit this on Wikidata
Prague Edit this on Wikidata
Alma mater
Occupation
Awards

Julius Ševčík (born 28 October 1978, in Prague) is a Czech director and screenwriter.

His 2016 film A Prominent Patient won twelve Czech Lions.[1] Ševčík studied directing at Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and New York Film Academy.[2] In 2013 he was attached to direct Christopher Nolan's script The Keys to the Street, adapted from Ruth Rendell's novel.[3]

Filmography

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Film
Year Title Role Awards
2005 Restart director, screenwriter
2009 Normal director, screenwriter
2016 A Prominent Patient director, screenwriter Czech Lion for Best Film, Best Director and Best Screenplay
2019 The Glass Room director
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References

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  1. ^ "A Prominent Patient sweeps the Czech Lion Awards". cineuropa.org.
  2. ^ "Julius Ševčík". Filmový přehled (in Czech). NFA. Retrieved September 10, 2020.
  3. ^ "Toronto: Gemma Arterton, Tim Roth to Star in Christopher Nolan-adapted Crime Thriller". Variety.