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Jan Budař

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Jan Budař
Jan Budař
Jan Budař in 2007
Born July 31, 1977 (age 35)
Frýdlant, Czechoslovakia
Nationality Czech
Other names Pavel Bedura
Occupation Actor, scriptwriter and director
Jan Budař, alias Pavel Bedura (born 31 July 1977) is a Czech actor, director, singer, composer and script writer.

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Biography

Budař graduated from Brno's Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (JAMU) in 2000.[1] He started his career in Brno's theatres under the tutelage of Vladimír Morávek, one of the most acclaimed Czech theatre directors. This creative partnership culminated in their first film, Boredom in Brno. Budař also co-authored the script and composed the music. The comedy was awarded five Czech Lions in 2003, including Best Male Actor for Jan Budař's performance. This success led to roles in such films as Marek Najbrt's debut Champions and Jan Hřebejk's recent Up and down, the Czech entry for the Academy Awards, which won the top awards at the Czech Lions Awards 2005. The team of Morávek and Budař created their second film, Hrubeš and Mareš best friends: come rain or shine. Having achieved his first life's ambition of acting on screen, he has only two more: playing alongside Audrey Tatou in a film directed by Pedro Almodóvar and touring with his Eliščin Band, "the Band of Shy Elise". Besides acting, writing, composing and singing with his band, Budař also makes his own short films, documentaries and videoclips. In March 2005, Budař won the Czech Lion award for "Best Supporting Actor" in Champions. In February 2005, Budař was sent to Berlin as a shooting star to represent Czech cinemathography at the Berlinale Film Festival 2005. Source: http://www.janbudar.cz/ http://www.velkaepocha.sk/200903109741/Jan-Budar-Jezdit-s%C2%A0traktorem-po-poli-je-lehky.html http://zivotopis.osobnosti.cz/jan-budar.php http://zena-in.cz/clanek/jan-budar-prirodni-ukaz-na-poli-hudebnim-i-hereckem?preview=on

Filmography

  • 2013: České století (TV serial)
  • 2013: Něžné vlny
  • 2013: Hořící keř (TV film), directed by Agnieszka Holland
  • 2012: Martin a Venuše
  • 2012: Praho, má lásko (students' film)
  • 2012: Sanitka II
  • 2012: Rozkoš
  • 2012 Polski film (Czech Republic, Poland)
  • 2012 Sanitka II
  • 2012 Duše na talíři
  • 2012: Akvabely
  • 2012: Výstava (Slovakia)
  • 2012: O pokladech[2]
  • 2012: eŠTeBák (Konfident) (Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland)
  • 2011: Czech Made Man
  • 2011: Lidice (Czech Republic, Poland)
  • 2011: Odcházení
  • 2011: Rodina je základ státu
  • 2011: Setkání s hvězdou: Vilma Cibulková (TV film)
  • 2011: Vesnice roku (student film)
  • 2011: Vetřelci a lovci: Užij si se psem (TV film)
  • 2010: Dešťová víla
  • 2010: Heart Beat 3D
  • 2010: Osudové peníze (TV film)
  • 2010: Pravidelný odlet
  • 2010: Román pro muže
  • 2009: Holka Ferrari Dino
  • 2009: Hrubeš a Mareš Reloaded
  • 2009: Ljubavni život domobrana (Love life of a gentle coward) (Croatia)
  • 2009: Operace Dunaj (Operation Dunaj) (Czech Republic, Poland)
  • 2009: Protector (Czech Republic, Germany)
  • 2009: Vyprávěj (TV serial)
  • 2009: Žena bez piana (Mujer sin piano) (Spain)
  • 2008: Bratři Karamazovi: Vzkříšení (theatre)
  • 2008: Dark Spirits Natěrač (TV film) (USA)
  • 2008: Nebe a Vincek (TV Film)
  • 2008: Soukromé pasti (TV serial)
  • 2007: Bez dechu (student film)
  • 2007: Hodina klavíru (TV Film)
  • 2007: Muzika (Slovakia, Germany)
  • 2007: Svatba na bitevním poli
  • 2007: Trapasy (TV serial)
  • 2007: Václav
  • 2006: Marta a Berta 26
  • 2006: Pravidla lži (Rules of lies)
  • 2006: Vratné lahve (Empties)
  • 2005: Hrubeš a Mareš jsou kamarádi do deště
  • 2005: Stavrogin je ďábel (theatre)
  • 2005: Svatyně
  • 2005: Toyen
  • 2005: Voníš jako tenkrát
  • 2004: Duše jako kaviár (Dirty soul)
  • 2004: Horem pádem (Up and down)
  • 2004: Mistři (Champions)
  • 2004: Ráno Ruth to vidí jinak (TV film)
  • 2003: Čert ví proč
  • 2003: Boredom in Brno
  • 2001: Muž, který vycházel z hrobu (TV film)
  • 2001: Otec neznámý aneb Cesta do hlubin duše výstrojního náčelníka (TV film)
  • 2001: Ta třetí (TV film)
  • 2000: Český Robinson (TV serial)
  • 2000: Rasistické historky (TV serial)
  • 1999: Urlaub auf Leben und Tod - Eine Familie hält zusammen (TV serial)
  • 1997: Četnické humoresky (TV serial)
  • 1997: Stůj, nebo se netrefím!
Source:[3]

Documentary films

  • 2011: Film o filmu: Czech Made Man
  • 2008: Anatomie gagu
  • 2008: Film o filmu: Protektor (TV film)
  • 2008: Peníze Jiřího Krejčíka
  • 2007: Film o filmu: Václav (TV film)
  • 2006: Přestávka

Film direction

He directed several short films and videoclips mostly for his new album.
  • 2012: Polski film[4]
  • 2006: Strážce plamene v obrazech (Video film)
  • 2004: Ráno

Television programs

  • 2011: Český lev 2010
  • 2010: E.ON Energy Globe Award ČR
  • 2010: Rozmarná léta českého filmu
  • 2009: Fakta Barbory Tachecí
  • 2008: Český lev 2007
  • 2007: Český lev
  • 2007: Dobročinná akademie aneb Paraple 2007
  • 2005: Všechnopárty
  • 2004: Na stojáka
  • 2004: Uvolněte se, prosím
  • 2000: Krásný ztráty
Source:[3] http://zena-in.cz/clanek/jan-budar-prirodni-ukaz-na-poli-hudebnim-i-hereckem?preview=on http://filmcenter.cz/cz/osoba/2607-jan

Awards

  • 2011: festival NOVOMĚSTSKÝ HRNEC SMÍCHU (Nové Město nad Metují) - Best Male Actor - Czech Made Man[5]
  • 2007: Václav – Czech Lion - Best Supporting Actor
  • 2005 - Studio Hamburg Shooting Stars Award
  • 2004: Mistři (Champions) - Czech Lion - Best Supporting Actor
  • 2004: The Alfréd Radok Award (Ceny Alfréda Radoka) Best Actor for Mr. Stavrogin in The Devils (The Alfréd Radok Award in collaboration with the Aura–Pont agency and the magazine Svět a Divadlo (The World and Theatre) for achievements in Czech theatre
  • 2003: Boredom in Brno - Best script (co-authored with Vladimír Morávek)
  • 2003: Boredom in Brno - Best Male Actor
  • 2003 - Trilobit Award by FITES (Film and Television Association), Prague, Czech Republic
Source: http://www.janbudar.cz/

Discography

Budař has composed over 50 songs in Czech, English and Spanish. He has also composed music for the films Boredom in Brno and Hrubeš and Mareš and for over 20 theatre performances. With his band Eliščin Band, Budař released three albums. Source: http://www.janbudar.cz/

CDs

  • Písně pro Hrubeše a Mareše, 2005
  • Uletěl orlovi, 2006
  • Proměna, 2008
  • Lehce probuzený, 2012

DVDs

  • Uletěl orlovi, 2006

Film music

References

  1. ^ "Herci". Czechmademan.cz. 1979-01-07. Retrieved 2012-09-08.
  2. ^ "O pokladech — Česká televize". Ceskatelevize.cz. Retrieved 2012-09-08.
  3. ^ a b dada "JankaPP" lbalaa (1977-07-31). "Jan Budař | ČSFD.cz". Csfd.cz. Retrieved 2012-09-08.
  4. ^ lidovky.cz. "Najbrtův Polski film jde do střižny". www.lidovky.cz. Retrieved 2012-09-08.
  5. ^ http://www.ceskenoviny.cz/domov/zpravy/hrnec-smichu-ziskala-komedie-westernstory-cenu-poroty-fimfarum/652964
  6. ^ "Jan Budař - Filmová databáze online". Fdb.cz. Retrieved 2012-09-08.
  7. ^ a b c d "Jan Budař". Kinobox.cz. Retrieved 2012-09-08.

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