Monika Hilmerová

Monika Hilmerová (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈmɔnika ˈɦilmɛɾɔʋaː]; born October 7, 1974 in ČSSR) is a Slovak actress. She is a winner of the Silver Dolphin award received in 2001 at the annual Festroia International Film Festival in Setúbal, Portugal as the Best Actress for her performance in Der Lebensborn - Pramen života (English: Spring of Life, 2000).[5] The actress appears in multi-language productions, including the Czech, Slovak, English and/or German.[6] Among others, she co-starred in the Golden Globe-nominated Uprising (2001) by Jon Avnet,[7] Silvio Soldini's movie Brucio nel vento (2002) (e.g. Nastro d'Argento award, BM IFF award and/or Flaiano FF award)[8] and the U.S. Emmy Award-winning TV-miniseries Frankenstein (2004) by Kevin Connor.[9] In March 2010, the actress was named a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.[10]

Monika Hilmerová
Born (1974-10-07) October 7, 1974 (age 45)
Occupationactress
Years active1984-present
EmployerRND, Bratislava (1990-2003)[1]
SND, Bratislava (2003[2]-2006)[3]
SND, Bratislava (2008-present)[4]
OrganizationVŠMU, Bratislava
Spouse(s)Jaroslav Bekr (2009-present)
ChildrenZara (b. 2009)
Leonard (b. 2013)
AwardsGolfinho de Prata (2001)
OTO Awards (2012)
WebsiteSlovak National Theater

BiographyEdit

Hilmerová was born in the Slovak capital of former Czechoslovakia. She studied andragogy at the Faculty of Arts, Comenius University, while also acting at the Academy of Performing Arts, both in Bratislava. At age sixteen, she played on the stage of the Naive Theatre Radošina. Later on, she joined the scene of the Slovak National Theatre in 2003. The actress is married to dancer/choreographer with whom she has a daughter and a son.

FilmographyEdit

Feature filmsEdit

Year Title Director
1984 O sláve a tráve Peter Solan
2000 Oběti a vrazi Andrea Sedláčková
Spring of Life - Pramen života Milan Cieslar
2002 Brucio nel vento Silvio Soldini
2003 51 KHz[A] Julius Ševčík
Bloodlines Robb Williamson
2007 Svatba na bitevním poli aneb Hodiny před slávou Dušan Klein
Rozhovor s nepriateľom Patrik Lančarič
2008 Báthory Juraj Jakubisko
2009 Suplent Martin Krejčí
2013 Candidate - Kandidát Jonáš Karásek

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Director
1989 Omyly tradičnej morálky Ľubo Kocka
1990 Citové cvičenia Laco Halama
1991 Anorexia mentalis Ľuba Vančíková
1993 Výlety v pamäti Juraj Nvota
1995 Dobrá správa[A] Anton Popovič
Chichôtka Cyril Králik
Zuzka Turanová Ľubomír Paulovič
1996 Čierna ovca Juraj Nvota
Modrá ruža Milan Lasica
Ženský vtip Jozef Banyák
1997 V zajatí lásky Jozefína Šujanová
1998 A ešte dve frašky... Emil Horváth Jr
Kovladov dar Ján Chlebík
Svetlo Igor Kováč
Všetci sú za dverami[E] Milan Lasica
1999 Prstene pre dámu Yvonne Vavrová
2000 Ako divé husi[B] Martin Ťapák
2001 Uprising Jon Avnet
Voľnomyšlienkár Peter Mikulík
Vohnice a Kiliján Věra Plívová-Šimková
Strieborná Háta Drahomíra Reňáková-Králová
2004 Frankenstein[B] Kevin Connor
Trautmann (Season 2) Thomas Roth
2007 Cudzia žena a muž pod posteľou[C] Vladimír Strnisko
Světla pasáže[B] Jaromír Polišenský
Ordinácia v ružovej záhrade[B] various
Trapasy[B]
2008 Devatenáct klavírů Dušan Klein
2010 Keby bolo keby (Season 2)[B] Tomáš Jančo
Nesmrteľní various
2011 Hoď svišťom[D] Michal Vajdička
2012 Partička[B][F] Dano Dangl
Búrlivé víno[B] various
Notes

AwardsEdit

Year Nominated work Award Category Result
Cinema
2001 Der Lebensborn – Pramen života Festróia IFFSilver Dolphin
  • Best Actress
Won [11]
Television
2011 Herself OTO Awards Nominated [12]
2012 Won [13]
2013 Nominated [14]
2014 Nominated [15]
2015 Nominated [16]
Note: The years are listed in order of the respective calendar years; the annual ceremonies are usually held the next.

DiscographyEdit

  • 2008: Veľkí herci spievajú malým deťom II, CD compilation by various artists (including a book); ISBN 978-80-969830-1-8[17]

ReferencesEdit

General
Specific
  1. ^ "Naive Theatre Radošina - About". Radošinské naivné divadlo (in Slovak). RND. rnd.sk. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  2. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2002/2003" (PDF). The Theatre Institute (in English and Slovak). Divadelný ústav. p. 12. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  3. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2006/2007" (PDF). The Theatre Institute (in English and Slovak). Divadelný ústav. p. 11. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  4. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2008/2009" (PDF). The Theatre Institute (in English and Slovak). Divadelný ústav. p. 13. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  5. ^ "The Slovak Hilmerová Won The Prize At The Portuguese Festival". Kultura.iDNES (in Czech). CTK. kultura.idnes.cz. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  6. ^ "Monika Hilmerová Played In The Interview With An Enemy Having No Word". Movie Mania (in Slovak). Movie Mania. moviemania.sk. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  7. ^ "Uprising (2001)". Internet Movie Database. IMDb. imdb.com. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  8. ^ "Brucio nel Vento (2002) - Awards". Internet Movie Database. Amazon.com. imdb.com. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  9. ^ "Der Lebensborn - Pramen života (2000) - Awards and Nominations". Internet Movie Database. Amazon.com. imdb.com. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  10. ^ "UNICEF Set Off The Second Year Of The Fight Against Tetanus". UNICEF (in English and Slovak). SITA. 2010-03-24. slovakaid.sk. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  11. ^ "Monika Hilmerová - Awards". Internet Movie Database. IMDb. imdb.com. Retrieved 2011-09-08.
  12. ^ "Osobnosť televíznej obrazovky (OTO) 2011 → Herečka v komediálnom žánri". Art Production Agency (in Slovak). Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia. anketaoto.cas.sk. Retrieved 2013-03-23.
  13. ^ "Osobnosť televíznej obrazovky (OTO) 2012 → Herečka". Art Production Agency (in Slovak). Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia. anketaoto.cas.sk. Retrieved 2013-03-23.
  14. ^ "Osobnosť televíznej obrazovky (OTO) 2013 → Herečka". Art Production Agency (in Slovak). Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia. anketaoto.cas.sk. Retrieved 2014-03-08.
  15. ^ OTO 2014
  16. ^ OTO 2015
  17. ^ "Big Stars Sing For Little Children II (2008)". Enigma (in Slovak). Enigma. enigma.sk. ISBN 978-80-969830-1-8. Retrieved 2011-09-08.

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