the Director of The TV Christmas classic "Three nuts for Cinderella", Vaclav Vorlicek, is dead. The Czech rider had died on Tuesday at the age of 88 years in Prague after a cancer disease, told the news Agency CTK on Wednesday, citing a colleague of the filmmaker. Vorlicek was regarded as one of the pioneers of the Czechoslovak fairytale film.
his most successful Film with Pavel Travnicek and Libuse Safrankova in the main roles Vorlicek once said: "the idea that you should play the Cinderella-story in the Winter." Also many other fairy tale movies like "the Prince and The evening star" and "How to kiss sleeping beauty awake," were his handwriting.
In the 1980s, Vorlicek then turned to the popular Fantasy children's series such as "The fairy bride" and "der fliegende Ferdinand", which were both in west and East German television. For his life's work Vorlicek 2017 was awarded with the crystal globe, the Karlovy vary international film festival (Karlovy Vary).
after studying at the renowned film school FAMU, he had begun his career in the Barrandov film studios, and in 1960, his first children's film. Many more have followed. To his 88. Birthday in the previous June, a cinema on the castle Horsovsky Tyn (Bishop teinitz) in Western Bohemia, after Vorlicek was named. (SDA)
Created: 06.02.2019, 16:29 PM