La vie de bohème the documentary way and a story of three extraordinary jazzmen. They are members of the same generation, influenced by the Russian occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968. Laco Deczi lives in New York, Jan Jankeje in Stuttgart and Lubo Tamškovič used to live in Paris. Laco Deczi's close friend, jazz harmonica player Chris Depino, a politician close to president George W. Bush, is attempting to put on a concert of the Czechoslovak jazz stars at the George W. Bush ranch in Texas commemorating the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. The concert may never be organized though...
13. 8. 2018
Czech Dream – Klusák and Remunda retrospective in Moscow
From 19th to 23rd September 2018 three Moscow cinemas – Kosmos, Fakel and Youth – will screen 8 films by Czech documentary filmmakers Vít Klusák and Filip Remunda as part of a directorial retrospective called Czech Dream.read more
16. 2. 2017
Czech documentaries and filmmakers at international film events
Czech docs at upcoming international festivals and eventsread more