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25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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director: Radek Ševčík
original title: Sekání historie
country: Czech Republic
year: 2020
running time: 4 min.

synopsis

A fragment of our past is locked behind the garage door, forcing us to sense not only what is, but also what was.
 
 

biography

Radek Ševčík studied media production at Creative Hill College in Zlín, and later film studies at Palacký University in Olomouc. But after one year, his thirst to create led him back to his native Zlín, where he enrolled at Tomáš Baťa University to study direction and screenwriting. His interests are varied, but his main focus is on documentary filmmaking. He writes for internet magazine 25fps. 
 

more about film

director: Radek Ševčík

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Hope for Czechia

Amálie Kovářová
Czech Republic / 2019 / 12 min.
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
Dad's Bike
Pionýr bike: what happens when a father and his daughter decide to make a film about a dusty motorbike? A film about film, old bikes and one relationship.  
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Dad's Bike

Kateřina Konrádová
Czech Republic / 2020
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
Mr Tumor - from one misserable cell to the whole organism succefull project
How would a tumour think if it talked? A fictional interview with Mr Tumour about his life journey and building his business. A short science-popularization comedy about oncological diseases and their progress with a touch of humour.
personal program

Mr Tumor - from one misserable cell to the whole organism succefull project

Ondřej Lidický
Czech Republic / 2020
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
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Jakub Prašivka
Czech Republic / 2020
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
Diorama
This melancholic film tells a story of a deserted Ukrainian beach that is currently mined and dangerous due to explosives under water. Images of the post-apocalyptic landscape are accompanied with a voiceover and personal memories of the locals and opinions of experts. 

Diorama

Zoya Laktionova
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section: My Street Films
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In the Name of Security
Does society behave any different in the times of crisis? How much are we willing to sacrifice for our own safety? Were we overwhelmed by fear or panic during the coronavirus crisis in the Czech Republic and Slovakia? And who did we blame for the outbreak? Through three stories, the film contemplates the narrow-mindedness of people masquerading as an effort to stay safe.   
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In the Name of Security

Markéta Janků
Czech Republic / 2020
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
What Did You Say?
Pepa, a deaf guy, enjoys being among people with normal hearing. But pieces of information often come to him distorted. Misunderstandings are common, even in interactions with his boyfriend, Jakub. Jakub tries to learn sign language, but his impatience prevents him from really understanding Pepa. How can the both worlds be connected?    
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What Did You Say?

Jakub Volák
Czech Republic / 2020
section: My Street Films
World Premiere
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Maria Stoianova
Ukraine / 2017 / 17 min.
section: My Street Films
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The End of Holidays
The best holiday is one where you find yourself. And when it turns out really well, it can be hard to remember who you were before. A short documentary based on the author's autobiographical experience with coming back to work after parental leave.  
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The End of Holidays

Věra Matějková
Czech Republic / 2020 / 8 min.
section: My Street Films
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Tinnitus
Is it possible to do anything about ringing in the ears? This film seeks sources of noise in the urban landscape. It follows the sound traces surrounding the author, the hum of engines over the clatter of railways, the clock ticking at home, and his own tinnitus.

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section: My Street Films
World Premiere
Window of opportunities
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Olga Srstková
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section: My Street Films
World Premiere
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