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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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OK2PAY
OK2PAY
OK2PAY
OK2PAY

OK2PAY

director: Marie-Magdalena Kochová
original title: OK2PAY
country: Czech Republic
year: 2019
running time: 10 min.

synopsis

A black and white portrait of cameraman and amateur radio operator Ladislav Prajsner who uses the popular OK2PAY American term on the airwaves. In this field, he is one of the best since he has managed to gradually establish radio contact with all the countries in the world. 

biography

The film Will the World Remember Your Name? (IDFF Ji.hlava 2017) by Marie-Magdalena Kochová (1994) was long-listed for the Magnesia Litera Award 2017. Her report Stavědlo1 (Signal Box1) won the Aramis Award at the FamuFest in 2017.

more about film

director: Marie-Magdalena Kochová
producer: Ondřej Šejnoha
photography: Ludvík Otevřel
editing: Marie-Magdalena Kochová, Ludvík Otevřel
sound: Alexandra Strapková

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