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23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment

Insight to the everyday life and troubles of the Czechoslovak immigrants throughout the 20th century. Let’s see the rare archive footage from the host countries with us!

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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment: Austria and Germany
The Right of Asylum in Bavaria Kids on Their Way Abroad Two Years Later – Czechoslovaks in Exile The Eppstein School Shooting Naturalization The East and the West – Exodus Austrian Refugee Camp Traiskirchen Czechoslovak Refugees Fly to the USA Everybody Helps the Stranded Holidaymakers World Mirror – The Situation of Czechoslovak Intellectuals in Vienna
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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment: Austria and Germany

75 min.
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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment: France
Czechoslovaki – Read and Understand Evellyn Sullerot – Thursday Guest Hugo’s City Hugo’s Return Interview with a Czechoslovak Refugee
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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment: France

70 min.
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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment: Switzerland
Asylum in Switzerland Czechoslovak Refugees Guests from Czechoslovakia Become Refugees Two Years Later: Czechoslovak Refugees in Switzerland Live Broadcast from the City Theatre The Russian Invasion of Czechoslovakia
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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment: Switzerland

45 min.
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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment: USA
Czech Immigrant Makes Cookies Escape to Freedom
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Foreigner Looking for an Apartment: USA

87 min.
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a direct broadcast of the great cultural event of the Basel City Theater from August 1968, in which writers such as Heinrich Böll, Max Frisch, and Günter Grass talk about the suppression of the Prague Spring with the arrival of the Soviet tanks in Czechoslovakia. In speeches they recall their visits to Czechoslovakia, to friends living there, and formulate reflections on the consequences of political upheaval.
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Live Broadcast from the City Theatre in Basel

Switzerland / 1968 / 83 min.
section: Foreigner Looking for an Apartment
The Other Europe
A political guide to the world beyond the Iron Curtain. Channel 4’s six-part series is a journey through the countries of the Soviet bloc in the waning days of communism. Rare images from socialist archives, combined with Rupnik’s commentary, illustrate the rise and fall of totalitarianism in Central Europe.
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The Other Europe

Tom Robbins
United Kingdom / 1988 / 53 min.
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The Other Europe ...30 Years Later
Jacques Rupnik, French historian and political scientist, introduces the audience to the material he used as a basis for his The Other Europe series. The entire archive has been brought to the Czech Republic and is currently being digitalized. The audience will be among the first to see these materials first-hand which coincidentally happens exactly 30 years after the first publication of the series. Jacques Rupnik will explain the difficulties he encountered while shooting the series and tell the audience about the attitude of the Communist regimes towards people coming from the “other” Europe to shoot films here
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The Other Europe ...30 Years Later

90 min.
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Ministerstvo kultury
Fond kinematografie
Evropská unie
Město Jihlava
Kraj Vysočina
Česká televize
Český rozhlas
Aktuálně.cz
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UPP
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