23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
Talks with TGM
Another contribution to the specific subgenre of animated history by the scriptwriter Pavel Kosatík. On 26 September 1928, Karel Čapek and President Masaryk meet in the gardens of Topolčianky castle to decide about the fate of their joint literary work. Their fiction film dialogue is based on quotes from a future book and their mutual correspondence, considerably freeing the original format of literary conversation from binding conventions. Čapek and Masaryk reproach and offend each other, but they also ask key personal questions and questions about the social functions of a writer and politician respectively.
“It’s a film about two extraordinary men; it’s about the fact that emotions can be sometimes more powerful than ideas even in such exceptional people.” J. Červenka
Jakub Červenka (1983) has been a film producer until now. He worked on TV documentaries such as Nejsme andělé, jen děláme jejich práci (We Are Not Angels, We’re Just Doing Their Work, 2006), ROM. ID (2010), Pražské Jezulátko (The Infant Jesus of Prague, 2011), and produced the puppet film Malý Pán (The Little Man, 2015). He also works in advertising and makes video clips, mostly for hip-hop artists such as Supercrooo and Moja reč.
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|hrají:||Martin Huba, Jan Budař|
|producer:||Jakub Červenka, Petr Kratochvíl|