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25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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If you place one spaghetti on second spaghetti
If you place one spaghetti on second spaghetti
If you place one spaghetti on second spaghetti
If you place one spaghetti on second spaghetti

If you place one spaghetti on second spaghetti

director: Anna Petruželová
original title: Když přeložíš jednu špagetu přes druhou špagetu
country: Czech Republic, France
year: 2019
running time: 12 min.

synopsis

“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.

biography

Anna Petruželová (1998) is a student in the Department of Documentary Film at FAMU. Her film Puddles, I Don’t Know,  received a Special Mention award at the 2018 Ji.hlava IDFF in the Fascinations: Exprmntl.cz competition section.

more about film

director: Anna Petruželová
cast: Etienne Caire, Joyce Lainé, Loic Verdillon
producer: Tomáš Šimon
photography: Anna Petruželová, Joyce Lainé , Etienne Caire, Loïc Verdillon
editing: Anna Petruželová, Rosalinda Hálová
music: Ondřej Vavrečka, Rosalinda Hálová
sound: Anna Petruželová, Rosalinda Hálová, Jan Mesány

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