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From miner to programmer: “I’ve overcome my own prejudice,” says Jindřich Andrš
20. 10. 2018

From miner to programmer: “I’ve overcome my own prejudice,” says Jindřich Andrš

Interview
The Last Shift of Thomas Hisem is a short documentary by Jindřich Andrš about eponymous worker’s last day of work before a coal mine is shut down for good. The film was recognized by the jury at the Jihlava IDFF for its unique and authentic atmosphere.
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Helena Třeštíková: I have my doubts all the time. That’s a good thing
2. 10. 2018

Helena Třeštíková: I have my doubts all the time. That’s a good thing

Interview
Helena Třeštíková is the first Czech director to get a retrospective at the IDFA festival in Amsterdam. Třeštíková is well known for her long-time observations of ordinary people that can sometimes take decades to finish.
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Martin Horyna: There is still a reason to separate documentary films
27. 6. 2018

Martin Horyna: There is still a reason to separate documentary films

Interview
Interview with Martin Horyna of the Program Department at the Karlovy Vary IFF, and one of the three main brains deciding which films will compete for the best documentary award.
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I want to unfreeze time, says the director of King Skate
27. 6. 2018

I want to unfreeze time, says the director of King Skate

Interview
The documentary King Skate by Šimon Šafránek follows the first two generations of skaters in Czechoslovakia when they had to make their own boards and find places to do what they loved.
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Everything in Life is a Bit Dangerous, Isn't It? - Interview with Kim Longinotto
23. 3. 2018

Everything in Life is a Bit Dangerous, Isn't It? - Interview with Kim Longinotto

Interview
We met Kim Longinotto for this interview after her masterclass presented during the 2018 East Doc Platform in which she commented on her concepts and priorities in documentary filmmaking.
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Viewers’ Own Takeaway Is the Best One
1. 3. 2018

Viewers’ Own Takeaway Is the Best One

Interview
Jan Gebert's latest documentary feature When the War Comes (Až přijde válka) takes viewers to an ordinary Slovak landscape where a group of young men trains to defend Slovakia from perceived foreign threats, especially refugees.
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Miroslav Janek releases his latest documentary film UNIVERSUM BRDEČKA
14. 12. 2017

Miroslav Janek releases his latest documentary film UNIVERSUM BRDEČKA

Interview
Universum Brdečka, a feature documentary film by director Miroslav Janek and screenwriter Tereza Brdečková, will be released December 21.
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We ate like kings, says a filmmaker who biked across Norway, eating only expired food
14. 12. 2017

We ate like kings, says a filmmaker who biked across Norway, eating only expired food

Interview
Kieran Kolle completed an unusual trip. With a group of friends, he biked from the north to the south of Norway, traveling three thousand kilometers and eating only food that would otherwise end up in garbage.
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You need to be willing to change or at least adapt your concept, says about his latest documentary Andreas Horvath
4. 10. 2017

You need to be willing to change or at least adapt your concept, says about his latest documentary Andreas Horvath

Interview
Among the tutors for Ex Oriente Film workshop, there will be also the award-winning Austrian director Andreas Horvath. In his masterclass (October 25, Jihlava), he will speak about his latest film Helmut Berger, Actor.
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Some women only learnt to care for their children in prison, says the director of “Mamma from Prison”
8. 9. 2017

Some women only learnt to care for their children in prison, says the director of “Mamma from Prison”

Interview
The Evening with Czech Docs will involve a preview screening of the feature film, Mamma from Prison. The observational documentary is mapping the phenomenon of motherhood in the prison environment.
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