Jean Reno receives Karlovy Vary International Film Festival President Award announcing he prepares a new film in Prague. Rough Cut (No reporter narration).
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The 51st International Film Festival at Karlovy Vary spa hosts the French actor of Spanish origin, Jean Reno. "To tell the truth I don't know - I don't know why people love me, the reason they love the film or my work. I am happy because the film seal being the life through people watching the movies, that's it. That's all I can say, but I don't know why exactly people love the movie," Reno said. Reno (original Spanish name Juan Moreno Y Herrera Jimenez) was awarded the President of the Karlovy Vary Film Festival prize by Jiri Bartoska. Reno stopped by at the Karlovy Vary festival, before he starts filming the Hong Kong action film "The Adventurers" in the Czech Republic. The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival was founded in 1946 as the second film festival in Europe. Now it is the largest film festival in the Czech Republic and the most prestigious such festival in Central and Eastern Europe. It is characterized by an inimitable audience experience and has long maintained its reputation as an informal gathering for fans of cinema. This year the festival presents some 200 films from around the world, 12 of them included in the main competition.