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23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Orbis Artis: Pasta Oner

Orbis Artis: Pasta Oner

director: Jaroslav Brabec
original title: Orbis Artis: Pasta Oner
country: Czech Republic
year: 2017
running time: 26 min.

synopsis

Director, cinematographer and photographer Jaroslav Brabec has been mapping the domestic art scene for many years, as evidenced by his photobook Orbis Artis. Based on the book, Czech Television commissioned a documentary series of the same name, introducing Czech artists whose work we should respect and be familiar with.

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director: Jaroslav Brabec
producer: Alena Müllerová
script: Jaroslav Brabec
photography: Jaroslav Brabec, Yvona Teysslerová, Tomáš Belica
editing: Filip Issa
sound: Petr Červený, Jan Valouch

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