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23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Visegrad Accelerator

Interconnecting film professionals from Visegrad Countries

Visegrad Accelerator

Visegrad Accelerator is aimed at interconnecting professionals from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland attending Ji.hlava IDFF 2019. The project opens the possibility to establish a creative Visegrad platform initiating and expanding various film activities through meetings of film professionals, critics and film festival representatives from Central European countries.

Ji.hlava IDFF has always emphasized the idea of Visegrad cooperation – creating space for promotion and support of Visegrad national cinemas. It has become one of the most important meeting points where Czech, Slovak, Hungarian and Polish film professionals meet, present their work and develop future collaborations among themselves as well as with other documentary film professionals from around the world.

Visegrad Accelerator is a platform for film professionals from Visegrad countries within the Ji.hlava Industry Programme and aims to discover and support new talents from Central Europe, introduce them to the international industry community and thus accelerate their creative growth. It creates a unique environment where V4 filmmakers can get support for their documentary projects (Inspiration Forum), present their producer’s vision and develop European co-productions (Emerging Producers), share experience (Festival Identity) and discuss their needs (V4 Panels) – all in a relaxed, creative and non-competitive Ji.hlava environment – with professionals from around Europe.

The partners of the Visegrad Accelerator in 2019 are:

Doc-Air (Czech Republic)
Slovak Film Institute (Slovakia)
FILM NEW EUROPE (Poland)
Verzio Film Foundation (Hungary)
The Center for Modern Information Techniques and Visual Arts (Ukraine)
Obala Art Centar / Sarajevo Film Festival (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

 

 

VISEGRAD ACCELERATOR PROGRAM IN 2019

Friday, October 25, 2019

10.00 am – 4.00 pm | Lighthouse | Conference Fascinations

V4 speakers at the Conference Fascinations 2019:
Katalin Timár
, Ludwig museum, senior curator / Hungary
Marta Miś, Zacheta, film curator / Poland
Ľubica Drangová and Matej Fandl, Mladý pes, creators of interactive graphics / Slovakia
Alexandr Jančík, / director / PAF - Festival of Film Animation and Contemporary Art / Czech Republic
Andrea Slováková, programer of experimental documentaries / Czech Republic

7.30–9.00 pm | DIOD | Emerging Producers 2020: Public presentation

V4 representatives at Emerging Producers 2020:
Jitka Kotrlová
/ Czech Republic
Łukasz Długołęcki / Poland
Tomáš Krupa / Slovakia
Patricia D'intino / Hungary

 

Friday–Tuesday, October 25–29, 2019

Horácké Theater | Inspiration Forum

Speakers of the Inspiration Forum from Visegrad countries:
Tomáš Holub
/ Bishop / Czech Republic, Martin Veselovský / Journalist / Czech Republic, Marta Jalowska / Activist / Poland, Matěj Cibík / Philosopher / Slovakia, Magda Vašáryová / Politician / Slovakia, Miriam Kanioková / Sociologist / Slovakia, Bence Ságvári / Sociologist / Hungary, Dariusz Karlowicz / Philosopher / Poland, Richard Turcsányi / Academician / Slovakia, Juraj Zamkovský / Environmentalist / Slovakia, Martin M. Šimečka / Journalist & Author / Slovakia, Kateřina Šimáčková / Judge / Czech Republic, Karolína Koubová / Mayor / Czech Republic, Josef Pazderka / Journalist / Czech Republic, Tereza Dočkalová / Actress / Czech Republic, Fatima Rahimi / Journalist / Czech Republic, Saša Uhlová / Journalist / Czech Republic, Zuzana Kříčková / Social Worker / Czech Republic, Kateřina Smejkalová / Researcher & Advisor / Czech Republic, Petra Jelínková / Activist / Czech Republic, Miroslava Bobáková / Executive Director of Slovak-Czech Women's Fund / Czech Republic, Zuzana Kleknarová / Journalist / Czech Republic, Kateřina Šafaříková / Journalist / Czech Republic, Šárka Pálková / Journalist / Czech Republic, Petra Procházková / Journalist / Czech Republic, Petr Cífka / Journalist / Czech Republic, Tereza Dočkalová / Actress / Czech Republic, Bohdan Bláhovec / Director / Czech Republic, Jan Sokol / Professor / Czech Republic, Dominik Hána / Activist / Czech Republic, Petr Fischer / Journalist / Czech Republic, Ondřej Císař / Sociologist & Political Scientist / Czech Republic, Adéla Gjuričová / Political Scientist / Czech Republic, Jiří Pehe / Political Scientist / Czech Republic, Jindřich Šídlo / Journalist / Czech Republic, Aleš Palán / Author / Czech Republic, Anna Kárníková / Environmentalist / Czech Republic, Jakub Patočka / Journalist & Activist / Czech Republic, Jan Beránek / Activist / Czech Republic, Tereza Lízalová / Activist / Czech Republic, Ondřej Liška / Politician / Czech Republic, Jiří Jeřábek / Environmentalist / Czech Republic, Stanislav Mišák / Professor / Czech Republic, Martin Sedlák / Program Director of Modern Energy Union / Czech Republic, Veronika Dombrovská / Environmentalist / Czech Republic, Zuzana Vlasatá / Journalist / Czech Republic, Naďa Johanisová / Ecological Economist / Czech Republic, Daniel Prokop / Sociologist / Czech Republic, Jan Romportl / O2 Chief Data Scientist / Czech Republic, Zbyněk Vlasák / Journalist / Czech Republic, Jan Beránek / Activist / Czech Republic, Ivona N. Remundová /Political Scientist / Czech Republic, Ondřej Remiáš / Director of Horácké Theater / Czech Republic, Ivana Svobodová / Journalist / Czech Republic, Paulína Tabery / Sociologist / Czech Republic, Martin Kohout / Director / Czech Republic, Pavla Melková / Architect / Czech Republic, Adam Svozil / Director / Czech Republic, Vojtěch Boháč / Journalist / Czech Republic, Ivo Bystřičan / Director / Czech Republic, Ivo Hucl / Poet & Cultural Activist / Czech Republic, Alice Rezková / China Expert / Czech Republic, Haruna Honcoop / Director / Czech Republic, Vít Vojta / Founder of Sinoskop / Czech Republic, Tomáš Rezek / Cyber Security Expert / Czech Republic

 

Sunday, October 27, 2019

4.30–6.00 pm | Lighthouse | Teaching documentary film in Visegrad region

The recently announced Ji.hlava’s East-West index revealed a startling underrepresentation of titles from the region of Central and Eastern Europe at documentary film festivals across the world. In this panel discussion we will turn on practitioners who teach documentary film at universities in the Visegrad region. How is the documentary film being taught and what are the region’s specifics?

Speakers:
Vít Janeček, FAMU Prague / Czech Republic
Attila Kékesi, University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest / Hungary
Peter Kerekes, Academy of Performing Arts Bratislava / Slovakia
Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz, National Film School in Łódź / Poland

Moderator:
Kamila Boháčková, journalist, editor of dok.revue and Rozhlas Weekly / Czech Republic

 


 

V4 Participants of the Festival Identity 2019

Maciej Nowicki / WatchDok / Poland, Manuel Contreras / Budapest FF / Hungary, Oksana Sarkisova / Verzio FF / Hungary, Barbara Orlicz-Szczypuła / Krakow FF / Poland, Ewa Szablowska / New Horizons IFF / Poland, Krzysztof Sienkiewicz / ZUBROFFKA International Short Film Festival / Poland, Ivana Sujová / Fest Anča International Animation Festival / Slovakia, Muszatics Péter / CINEFEST - Miskolc International Film Festival / Hungary, Peter Gašparík / 4živly / Slovakia, Anna Golon / Short Waves Festival / Poland, Monika Lošťáková / IFF Febiofest Bratislava / Slovakia, Erika Paulinska / Art Film Fest / Slovakia, Ondrej Starinsky / IFF Febiofest Bratislava / Slovakia, Veronika Dvořáčková / Mezipatra / Czech Republic, Jan Hetes / MFF Bratislava / Slovakia

 


 

Visegrad Accelerator is supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

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