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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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Lenka
A portrait of performance artist, sculptor, artist, teacher, woman and mother Lenka Klodová. In several segments, each filmed in a different manner, the director tries to create an intimate portrait of her subject. She speaks to her and calls out, and hopes for an answer.

Lenka

Kateřina Turečková
Czech Republic / 2016 / 17 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
The Modern-day Robin Hood
This film, shot on 16mm colour film, explores the life of a person who steals things according to written lists. He takes only specific things that people need – primarily senior citizens, single mothers, and other socially marginalized people. When is a crime a crime? Where does this modern 21st-century Robin Hood live, and what do his activities bring him?

The Modern-day Robin Hood

Eliška Cílková
Czech Republic / 2017 / 14 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
Show me the war
Fixers are local guides who tell journalists how to get the best images of war – from what angle to shoot a ruined airport, which checkpoint to pass through and which to avoid. A wartime road movie from eastern Ukraine, the film follows the fixer Ruslan and a Columbian television crew that wants just one thing – to see war.

Show me the war

Zdeněk Chaloupka
Czech Republic / 2016 / 40 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
My Voina
With an international arrest warrant out on him, Russian artist Oleg Vorotnikov of the radical art group Vojna (Military Service), infamous for his politically engaged protest performances, is an alluring enigma for the young documentary filmmaking student. She attempts to learn more about him and his family through a series of (attempts at) meetings in Berlin and Prague.

My Voina

Zora Čápová
Czech Republic / 2017 / 28 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
The Bark Beetle of Šumava
A documentary with distinctive elements of animation will lead us to the czech side of the Bohemian Forest, where the bark beetle calamity started at the beginning of the new millennium. The film deals not only with the political context surrounding this disaster, but also with the ecological aspects of the situation - the relationship between men and nature.

The Bark Beetle of Šumava

Dimitri Martin Genaudeau
Czech Republic, France / 2018 / 10 min.
section: FAMU Presents
Love at the Monastery
In this highly personal film, the director returns to a French Christian community in order to relive thoughts and feelings from several years prior, and to see the woman whom he loved but from whom he had been forcibly separated. Literary journals blend with video, physical love with spiritual love.

Love at the Monastery

Jan Rendl
Czech Republic / 2015 / 40 min.
section: FAMU Presents
Kov o kov
Mum is. Mum lives. There’s a scar on her chest, but don’t pay any notice. There’s a heart inside that is beating. Metal against metal. A mechanical aortic valve to replace the one that was all used up. The heart beats on. The film poem gets beneath the surface, opening up the skin through projection. It shows a process that gives new life.

Kov o kov

Greta Stocklassa
Czech Republic / 2017 / 4 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
FAMU: First-year
The first-year workshop of the FAMU Documentary Department is led by Vít Klusák, who, together with his students, will present both the concept of the seminar as well as the films resulting from it during the 2016/17 academic year.

FAMU: First-year

150 min.
section: FAMU Presents
Umm al-Hiran
Under the surface of the modern state of Israel there lie stories that are largely hidden from European visitors. One of these is the fate of Palestinian Bedouins in underdeveloped areas living in unrecognized villages. A meditatively experimental film by an Israeli-Czech team captures the atmopshere of these places and the tragic fates of some of their inhabitants.

Umm al-Hiran

Uri Schachter, Kateřina Traburová, Hana Nováková
Israel, Czech Republic / 2017 / 11 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
Fiat voluntas tua
A montage of scenes exploring the meaning of existence, which during its brief stay on Earth finds itself controlled by a higher power, a parasite that controls all of Life, shaping it and determining time. Footage of thousands of chicks killed just hours after their birth alternate with scenes of a flowering summer garden.

Fiat voluntas tua

Adéla Komrzý
Czech Republic / 2016 / 3 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
FAMU: First-year
Documentary filmmaker Jan Šípek took over the workshop of first-year FAMU students at the Department of Documentary Film in Prague from Vít Klusák. Under his leadership, students created a series of works during a seminar, which are to be presented at this year's festival. Thus, the audience will have the opportunity to get a closer look at the work of young documentary filmmakers, since a part of their work is not normally presented outside of school. The workshop is led by Jan Šípek. Students: Anežka Fišárková, Širín Nafariehová, Kryštof Zvolánek, Michael Jiřinec, Juliana Moska, and Josef Švejda.
personal program

FAMU: First-year

150 min.
section: FAMU Presents
Let's play soldiers
Respectable pieces of military technology have become nothing more than toys. Tanks and armored vehicles glamorously parade through town, and for a moment war seems like a fun pastime, a game for little children.

Let's play soldiers

Zdeněk Chaloupka
Czech Republic / 2016 / 2 min.
section: FAMU Presents
World Premiere
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