Alois Nebel wins European Film Award for best animated movie

The Czech movie Alois Nebel, by Tomáš Luňák, won the European Film Award for best animated feature film at an awards ceremony in Malta on Saturday night. The existential black-and-white thriller about a lonely train dispatcher haunted by the past beat the other nominees, the Spanish movie Wrinkles and the US-UK film Pirates. Alois Nebel, wihc is based on a comics novel by Jaroslav Rudiš and Jaromír99, has become the third Czech film to win Europe’s equivalent of the Academy award, after Miloš Forman’s People vs Larry Flint and Helena Třeštíková’s documentary René.

Author: Jan Richter