24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
Nekyia: Inner portrait of the poet Hradecky
Poet Daniel Hradecký is the main actor of of this inter-genre film about a journey into the depths of his own consciousness. The black and white documentary parable looks into the human soul with interplay of sounds and raw images. Several episodes take place in the rough landscape of North Bohemia, accompanied by dramatic music. Their narrative includes fragments of the poet’s texts and his memories, reconstructed in the film: Daniel starts a shift in a factory, or he meets the devil in the dark. The film maps the poet’s inner world, and sinks deeper and deeper to the bottom of the raw imagination with him.
“Is the man who likes dreaming happy?” A. Hospodářský
biographyAlbert Hospodářský (1996) is a third-year student at the Department of Documentary Film at Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. The documentary Fikta (2015) he made at the Secondary School of Communication Engineering has been presented on the Czech Television. The Ji.hlava festival screened the films he made during his first year at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. He made his film Nekyia: Vnitřní portrét básníka Hradeckého (Nekyia: The Inner Portrait of Poet Hradecký) as his second-year exercise.
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|producer:||Ondřej Lukeš, Ondřej Šejnoha|