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Klára Řezníčková

Czech Republic

Biography

Klára Řezníčková was born in 1983 in Ostrava, Czech Republic. She studied at the Institute of Creative Photography, Silesian University in Opava, later Documentary Film at the Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU).
External collaborator with the Czech Television.


Filmography:
Juchuchuchůůů/Yeeeah (12', Czech Republic, 2006)
Černé mámení (21', Czech Republic, 2007)
Starý ještěr (23', Czech Republic, 2011)
Trojmezí/The Tripoint (59', Czech Republic, 2012)
Sami proti zlu: Jan Zajíc - pochodeň č. 2 (13', Czech Republic, 2012)
Viktor Kolář (52' , Czech Republic, 2014)

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Tripoint

Trojmezí (Orig.) / 2011 / Czech Republic / 59 min

"When I say I don’t like the Czechs – I don’t like my mom. When I say I don’t like the Slovaks – I don’t like my father. When I say I don’t like the Polish – I don’t like my grandfather."

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Yeeeah

Juchuchuchůůů (Orig.) / 2006 / Czech Republic / 12 min

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