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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Hunted
Hunted

Hunted

director: Georgina Kiedrowski, Abi Mowbray, Tim Lawton, Sam Eastall, Miles Blayden-Ryall, Helen Crampton
original title: Hunted
country: United Kingdom
year: 2015
running time: 52 min.

synopsis

A group of people have the task of remaining in hiding for a month while the world’s best trackers (detectives and secret service personnel) try to find them. Today, we leave behind digital traces with every step – in addition to security cameras, it is also possible to trace activity on social networks and the use of credit cards. Is it possible to completely disappear in the twenty-first century?

biography

The Dutch production company Endemol Shine Group was established in the 1990s and is now amongst the best-known television format creators. Its portfolio includes the programs Big Brother, Fear Factor, and Black Mirror.

more about film

director: Georgina Kiedrowski, Abi Mowbray, Tim Lawton, Sam Eastall, Miles Blayden-Ryall, Helen Crampton
producer: Lucy Curtis
music: Nick Harvey

other films in the section

Adult Contemporary: Experimental Music Video 016
Music programmer and curator Pavel Klusák presents abstract and experimental films as a window onto the radicalization of the term “music video.” Noise, drone, feedback, sound collages, field recordings, deep electronica, improvised interactions, the post-technological world: experimental music as a source of inspiration and provocation for contemporary visual artists. Matthew Revert and Vanessa Rossetto, Franck Vigroux and Mika Vainio, Jon Rafman and Oneohtrix Point Never, and other collaborative efforts.---The Workshop is led by Pavel Klusák

Adult Contemporary: Experimental Music Video 016

90 min.
section: Reality TV
Heinz-Christian Strache – Ibiza video
Before the Austrian parliamentary elections in 2017, Heinz-Christian Strache, Head of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ), agreed to support the alleged family of a Russian oligarch in exchange for counter-services. This agreement was revealed thanks to a video filmed in secret. A fundamental issue in ethical journalism is whether it is, at all, permissible within the public interest to provoke a situation and capture it all on a hidden camera.
personal program

Heinz-Christian Strache – Ibiza video

Germany / 2019 / 6 min.
section: Reality TV
Czech Premiere
The City Inspector
Eight cities are supervised by a municipal inspector and her team of secret agents for two weeks. At the end of each episode, the results of the survey are presented to the residents of the city. The factual entertainment show evaluates the advantages and the shamefully unsolved problems in education, health, safety, food, and local authorities.
personal program

The City Inspector

Ukraine / 2019 / 60 min.
section: Reality TV
Czech Premiere
Doctors: The Czechs are Inventive
This narrative, multi-faceted exploration behind the scenes of medicine literally takes a look at what’s on the other side of the screen. At points with curiosity, at others with a personal, technical, or suspenseful tone, it uses examples of leading Czech doctors (a plastic surgeon, a neurosurgeon, and a cardiologist) to present the social connotations of a service that is acknowledged yet also undervalued.

Doctors: The Czechs are Inventive

Bára Kopecká
Czech Republic / 2016 / 45 min.
section: Reality TV
World Premiere
Enclosed World
This docu-soap offers an insight into prison staff’s daily life and, using stories of three offenders in different stages of their imprisonment, presents an overview of our current correctional system. Its message transcends to reflections on guilt, punishment, justice and the possibility of rehabilitation or change in our prisons. 

Enclosed World

Karel Žalud
Czech Republic / 2017 / 40 min.
section: Reality TV
Work in Progress
Naked Attraction
According to the creators of this concept, modern dates are too complicated, so they have decided to simplify the selection and come as close to potential partners as possible. They offer a provocative dating show in which participants choose their counterparts only by the details of their naked bodies, including genitals.
personal program

Naked Attraction

United Kingdom / 2016 / 50 min.
section: Reality TV
Czech Premiere
Boot Camp: Yes, Sir!
This film portrays what training looks like in today’s professional Czech Army through tracking groups of recruits who participate in the basic course that determines whether the army will take them or not. This observational documentary presents the daily military drills, as well as how the thinking and behavior of the civilians who go through the training changes.Head of the project: Pepe RafajTopic: Pepe Rafaj, Radim Špaček

Boot Camp: Yes, Sir!

Markéta Ekrt Válková, Benjamin Tuček
Czech Republic / 2017 / 40 min.
section: Reality TV
Stripped
How many things do we need to be happy? Stripped is a social experiment: the participants initially surrender everything they have, including cellphones and clothing. For each of the next thirty days, they reclaim one item per day. Those who complete this survival test uncover their attitude towards belongings and discover what is truly important in their lives.

Stripped

Rune Andersen
United Kingdom, Denmark / 2015 / 28 min.
section: Reality TV
The Past and Present of the Late-Night Talk Show
A look at the history and current form of this typical American television genre, which has been copied throughout the world. Late-night talk shows have their roots in the late 1950s, and many viewers in the USA and elsewhere are familiar with the format’s great stars from the past (Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, David Letterman) and the present (Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver).The topic will be presented by:Milan Kruml

The Past and Present of the Late-Night Talk Show

90 min.
section: Reality TV
True Selfie
In today’s world of social networks everyone constructs a perfect version of themselves, but many people feel lonelier than ever before. Eight young people face their psychological issues – from sleep disorders to depression – using both group therapy and video diaries they record themselves.

True Selfie

Stefan Faldbakken
United Kingdom, Denmark / 2015 / 60 min.
section: Reality TV
The Internet Ruined My Life
Ruining one’s own life or even the life of a total stranger is very easy to do with the Internet. Just one seemingly harmless comment or photograph might have unexpected consequences. The documentary series The Internet Ruined My Life presents the stories of people who have recognized the destructive force of the Internet and social media firsthand.

The Internet Ruined My Life

United States / 2016 / 30 min.
section: Reality TV
Czech Premiere
Back in Time for the Weekend, The 70s
This reality show makes it possible for a British four-member family to travel in time and experience a different decade each week through “the life of one household” (starting with the 1950s and ending with a fictional future). This entertaining socio-cultural experiment moves smoothly between topics like fashion, technology, and politics, and even covers “what vacuum cleaners meant for women, and mortgages for the middle-class”.

Back in Time for the Weekend, The 70s

Tom McCarthy
United Kingdom / 2016 / 60 min.
section: Reality TV
East European Premiere
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Fond kinematografie
Evropská unie
Město Jihlava
Kraj Vysočina
Česká televize
Český rozhlas
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