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25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Dad's Bike
Dad's Bike
Dad's Bike
Dad's Bike

Dad's Bike

director: Kateřina Konrádová
original title: Tátův fichtl
country: Czech Republic
year: 2020

synopsis

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.
 

biography

Kateřina Konrádová studied comparative literature at Haverford College, USA, where she made her documentary debut, a short mockumentary about left-handed people. When she returned to Prague, she worked in publishing and continued to take interest in film. She currently pursues her MA in Middle Eastern Studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague.
 

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director: Kateřina Konrádová

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