Michaela Pavlátová

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Michaela Pavlátová
Michaela Pavlátová in 2008
Michaela Pavlátová in 2008 at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Born Michaela Pavlátová
Prague, Czechoslovakia
Nationality Czech
Occupation director, animator
Website http://www.michaelapavlatova.com/

Michaela Pavlátová (born February 27, 1961)[1] is a Czech filmmaker and animator, from Prague, Czech Republic. Her awards for the short animated film "Repete" include the Golden Bear, the Special Jury Prize at Annecy and the Grand Prix at the Hiroshima International Animation Festival.[2][3][4][5] She won the Cristal Annecy in 2012 for her short film Tram, which was also short-listed for an Academy Award.[6][7][8]


  1. ^ Internet Movie Database: Michaela Pavlátová http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0667912/
  2. ^ Prizes & Honours 1995
  3. ^ Berlin International Film Festival, Awards for 1995 http://www.imdb.com/event/ev0000091/1995
  4. ^ Michaela's Methods" by Ramin Zahed. Animation Magazine, December 2012, p. 39
  5. ^ Hiroshima 1996(6) Aug.22–26 http://hiroanim.org/en2012/e01about/1-06-06e.html
  6. ^ http://www.animationmagazine.net/events/tram-and-crulic-win-annecys-top-prizes/
  7. ^ http://blog.bcdb.com/ten-animated-shorts-move-2012-oscar-race-5123/
  8. ^ "The Final Shorts Countdown," Animation Magazine Vol. 27, Issue 2, No. 227, February 2013, p. 23.