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25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Johana

Johana

director: Ondřej Pilát, Ondřej Pilát
original title: Johana
country: Czech Republic
year: 2020
running time: 9 min.

synopsis

The film portrait Johana tells a story of a young woman from Moravian Wallachia and her life in Prague. The document is searching for an answer on the question of connection between trust and ropes. Also what cats think about it all?

more about film

director: Ondřej Pilát, Ondřej Pilát
producer: Diana Tabakov
photography: Ondřej Pilát
editing: Ondřej Pilát

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Tinnitus
Is it possible to do anything about ringing in the ears? This film seeks sources of noise in the urban landscape. It follows the sound traces surrounding the author, the hum of engines over the clatter of railways, the clock ticking at home, and his own tinnitus.

Tinnitus

Kateřina Kaclíková, Martin Pfann
Czech Republic / 2019 / 6 min.
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
They Flew There with Zeppelin
What is hiding behind the walls of the closely guarded building near Smržová u Hradce Králové? The town’s residents have lived with indifference to the goings-on at the facility at their backs. The filmmaker provoked a debate which led to new information, rumors, and fantasies that have accumulated for years around the functioning of the place.

They Flew There with Zeppelin

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section: My Street Films
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Film explores how art is misused in development projects in Prague, the so called "developers' artwashing", in the context of urban policy and public space.  
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Window of opportunities

Olga Srstková
Czech Republic / 2020
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
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Jakub Prašivka
Czech Republic / 2020
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
Messestraße Elf
An associative film about blending the personal with the common, about the relationship of the memories of a place and memories of individuals, about the processes of reconciliation and coming to terms with something. A film about searching for paths from small to big Berlin and more.

Messestraße Elf

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Czech Republic / 2016 / 10 min.
section: My Street Films
Yoring
A fragment of our past is locked behind the garage door, forcing us to sense not only what is, but also what was.    
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Yoring

Radek Ševčík
Czech Republic / 2020 / 4 min.
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
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It awaits us all, few look forward to it and most of us is afraid of it. Death. When was the last time you talked about it? And is it even necessary? My dad is dying, and among thousand thoughts that run in my head there's one I cannot silence. We are no longer able to deal with death, not at all. Nobody taught us. In the world of modern technology, in our welfare society, we cannot cope with the most basic part of life, its end.   
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First Last Journey

Lenka Jirků
Czech Republic / 2020 / 9 min.
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
A Few Words about Disobedience
In the Czech Republic, where democracy is on the decline and a populist movement rules, it may seem as if the issue of climate change has been relegated to the background. The environmental initiative   Limity jsme my / The Limits Are Us uses civic disobedience, whereby the participants knowingly break the law, to draw attention to this problem. Disobedience, which traditionally bears a negative connotation, is a path towards emancipation and change.

A Few Words about Disobedience

Míša Weingartová, Tereza Langrová
Czech Republic / 2018 / 9 min.
section: My Street Films
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The Bridge
Living is like crossing a bridge. Is it possible that what looks like it is part of a cityscape is in fact a living being? Just like people, it is born, it lives an eventful life, it experiences its fate and its quiet forsaken aging, and then it inevitably dies. Meet Kyiv’s Rybalski Bridge and its memories.

The Bridge

Dmytro Burko, Olena Moskalchuk, Oksana Nosach
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section: My Street Films
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Ma
This film is the video diary of a Ukrainian mother from Mariupol, a city close to the turbulent Donetsk Region. A series of several-minute long records of commonplace views from a window, following tracks in the snow, and strolls in the surroundings form a loving visual message for her daughter in Kyiv.

Ma

Maria Stoianova
Ukraine / 2017 / 17 min.
section: My Street Films
Central European Premiere
The End of Holidays
The best holiday is one where you find yourself. And when it turns out really well, it can be hard to remember who you were before. A short documentary based on the author's autobiographical experience with coming back to work after parental leave.  
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The End of Holidays

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Czech Republic / 2020 / 8 min.
section: My Street Films
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