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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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little „shits“ - details
little „shits“ - details
little „shits“ - details

little „shits“ - details

director: Vojtěch Petřina
original title: Drobné šity - detaily
country: Czech Republic
year: 2019
running time: 15 min.

synopsis

The joys and sorrows of artist František Skála is captured in this brightly colored film. Member of the Sklep theatre group, founding member of the Tvrdohlaví art group and the secret group B. K. S.  is renowned for his creations from found and natural objects, creating new works in his Prague atelier and at his rural farm, demonstrating against the government, and performing with Tros Sketos.

biography

Before beginning his studies in documentary filmmaking at FAMU, Vojtěch Petřina (1986) studied at the Miroslav Ondříček Film Academy in Písek. where he made the feature film Requiem and a biopic focusing on rapper Řezník (Butcher).

more about film

director: Vojtěch Petřina
producer: Ondřej Šejnoha
script: Vojtěch Petřina
photography: Tomáš Šťastný
editing: Lívia Slimáková
sound: Ondřej Vomočil

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A Night Out

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section: FAMU Presents
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If you place one spaghetti on second spaghetti
“When Joe says that the world will end in twenty years, why make movies?” “But this is also a culinary film!” This summery, sunny portrait of the French film collective MTK, devoted to their artistic cinema lab equipped to work with black and white and color material, offers similar impressive fragments of thoughts, comments and questions. The film will be screened from 16mm film.
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If you place one spaghetti on second spaghetti

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Czech Republic, France / 2019 / 12 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
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Kov o kov

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section: FAMU Presents
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The Modern-day Robin Hood
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The Modern-day Robin Hood

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Czech Republic / 2017 / 14 min.
section: FAMU Presents
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section: FAMU Presents
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Love at the Monastery

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section: FAMU Presents
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Another Spy Movie
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section: FAMU Presents
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The Skull Man

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section: FAMU Presents
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The Bark Beetle of Šumava
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The Bark Beetle of Šumava

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section: FAMU Presents
FAMU: First-year
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FAMU: First-year

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section: FAMU Presents
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