A docu-reality series based on the principles of the successful documentary feature Two Nil. 8 football stadiums, 8 matches, 8 parts. Fans as stars, stars as fans. Five different football fans - each representing a specific human type - are observed from long-distance throughout one recognized football derby as they react to different events of the game. Each of them does that in his own, unique way. This lively, authentic footage is subsequently shown to the football players who were involved in the game. Their task is to pick the \"Fan of the match\" who eventually takes part in the final penalty shootout. Football is thus presented inside out: in our show it is the fans who play the central role, while football players act as spectators. It is an original format with strong comic potential that also includes social commentary.
Stromovka Park (originally the King's Royal Game Preserve) and its close environment may become a downsized model (microcosm) of the world at large in which we see Nature, Man and society generally mirrored. Over the course of one year life of specific inhabitants is caught on camera as well as the process of Nature from birth to extinction within the metaphor of the life cycle. The film isn't meant to offer an objective view but in undisguised fashion use the director's perspective: the unifying gauge and bond between the depicted realities is the director himself whose long-term relationship with the afore-mentioned space has engendered a deep emotional link from childhood right to the present. As methodology he has chosen patient observation. He asserts the feasibility of not interfering in the observed course of events and rejects manipulation with reality. The authors’ attention focuses on the most common expressions of everyday life, albeit, when it comes to it, significant in the human context.