The Czech Republic’s main film prizes, the Czech Lions, are due to be presented at a ceremony at Prague’s Rudolfinum on Saturday night. It is the first time the awards, now solely organised by the Czech Film and Television Academy, are being handed out at that venue. The films with the most nominations are Burning Bush, Agnieszka Holland’s depiction of the aftermath of the self-immolation of Jan Palach, with 14, and Zdeněk Tyc’s drama Like Never Before, with 12.
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