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25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Hommage

Hommage

director: Barbora Venclová
original title: Hommage
country: Czech Republic
year: 2020

synopsis

A short film about a failed relationship and self-acceptance through (video) diaries of both participants.
 

biography

Barbora Venclová studies filmmaking at the Faculty of Arts at Charles University. During her studies, she spent a year at the Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III, where she met the second protagonist of the film Hommage.
 
 

more about film

director: Barbora Venclová

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