“The Fencer” premiered in Germany today at Munich International Film Festival. The film received long aplauses and a very warm welcome. “The Fencer” also received the Bernard Wicki award for promoting international understanding and tolerance.

Bernhard Wicki award is given to a film that stands for peace, understanding between nations and the inviolability of human dignity. Bernhard Wicki was a German actor anf film director. His 1959 film “The Bridge” was an anti-war film that received awards all over the world. United Nations gave Bernhard Wicki an award for his work towards international peace in 1960. Bernhard Wicki has said: “Films cannot change the world or make it a better place, but they can create a climate that allows things to develop and change to take place.”