Béla, a retaired hungarian biomolecular scientist is waiting for death. In the meantime, he has some things to say.
During the 1920s Tomas Baťa and his step brother Jan Antonín Baťa, the global icons of the entrepreneurship from a little city of Czechoslovakia called Zlin, begun to base the brand new cities around the world in order to expand their local business. During several next decades there have been founded about fifty new towns built according to the unique social and architectural model...
Documentary made by three brothers on a surf trip on one of the coldest islands on earth: Bear Island. They cross country ski in a white, barren landscape. Each has a sled in tow with a surfboard perched on top. The snow whips them as they set up camp in preparation for the day ahead...
A documentary about the tourism influence on original ethnic groups that haven’t been affected by civilization so far and about the changes of how they experience their own culture. The documentary takes place on the Russian far north – in the Chukotka region.
Bo Hai takes an intimate look at a young man who helps out at his father’s mini-market. By showing everyday situations, the films introduces us to the life of young Vietnamese who have lived most of their life in the Czech Republic...
Artiom is 18 and he has only one wish: to fight for his homeland – Ukraine. He thinks he knows all about war from YouTube videos.
Short documentary film about a MSF (Doctors without Borders) mission in Guatemala. The mission deals with sexual violence in the capital.
Footage of goose breeding at a prospering poultry farm, the future Poultry Company Libuš (closed down in 2007).
Distinguished Czech documentarist Jana Boková, who lives in Argentina, decided for her latest film to find out exactly what the word “exile” means. Her first stop is Prague where, after a period of 40 years, she meets up with a friend from her school days, the philosopher Václav Bělohradský.
1 village, 1.000 tractors, 100.000 tons of cabbages & potatoes each year – which are hardly sold and eventually destroyed. Is there any way out?
Dolni Tsibar is a big village in the north-western Bulgaria, statistically one of the most impoverished area of the European Union. Ninety-nine percent of the villagers who live in the area are gypsies...
Central Bus Station is one of the biggest and at the same time, one of the most pathetic stations in the world. Its architect's visionary plans for a building that will engulf its visitors turned into an endless maze of corridors...
By means of the accelerator, the scientists want to simulate the situation shortly after the Big Bang. As a result, they hope to acquire basic information about the structure of mass and reveal the last secrets of the universe.
Amós and Abraham, two flamenco child prodigies from two different worlds. An intimate view into the childhood of a young flamenco guitar virtuoso from Salamanca and a young flamenco singer from the community of Spanish Gitanos in Madrid's periphery. A moving story about child fame, the road taken to get there and the rich subculture of Spanish flamenco.
At first he was afraid to go. Because the plane would crash, he’d die of malaria, or get shot. In the end, however, Rosťa Novák, the face of the Prague ensemble Cirk La Putyka, set out for Rwanda to work on a project with local acrobats...
This is the unique story of a love and hate triangle built around something one cannot see, touch or weigh: radio waves.
A documentary film about army cooks and how the everyday needs of thousands of armed stomachs affect the victories and defeats of statesmen.
A lightning documentary inspection in Zambia, which, despite being one of the largest exporters of copper in the world, is increasingly more dependent on the world's help, because having privatized the mines, the export of raw materials no longer brings any fortune.
The film was inspired by the letters exchanged between two leading Portuguese poets, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen and Jorge de Sena, during the exile of the latter (1957-78)...
Prague, Czech Republic, 31 May, 2003 - its a few minutes before 10 a.m. and there are more than 3000 people jostling on a remote parking place...
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