Jan Sacher was born 1980 in Munich, Germany. In 2000, he went to Denmark to study film at the European Film College in Ebeltoft. Two years later he began his studies at the documentary department at FAMU in Prague, Czech Republic. His last film documents CERN - the world's largest particle physics laboratory. In 2009 he took part in Berlinale Talentcampus.
Machina (11´, CZ, 2004)
Koumáci/ Speculators (17´, CZ, 2004)
Allegro (12´, CZ, 2005)
Čas lásky/ Time Of Love (44´, CZ, 2005)
Parallelwelten (13´, Germany, 2006)
A Play (5´, CZ/Poland, 2006)
Čtenářský deník - Petra Procházková / The Reader´s Diary (13´, CZ, 2008)
CERN, Továrna na absolutno (58', CZ, 2010)
Cern neboli Továrna na absolutno (Orig.) / 2010 / Czech Republic / 62 min
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.