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Alexandra Gojdičová

Alexandra Gojdičová

Slovakia

Biography

Alexandra Gojdičová graduated from the subject of cultural studies at the Philosophical Faculty in Bratislava, Slovakia. During her studies, she was active in the audiovisual studio Brachtl where she participated in a number of both commercial and artistic film projects as executive producer, assistant director and editor. She cooperated with the civil association Truc Sphérige, working on the programming of the Strečno Film Festival as well as with the Centre for Documentary Film as manager of the documentary film festival Three Days of Documentary Film 2003. From 2006, she studies documentary editing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU). She continues her activities in Bratislava, e.g. her cooperation with A4 –zero space.

Filmography:

7 divů Bratislavy (13´, SK, 2007)

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7 Wonders of Bratislava

7 divů Bratislavy (Orig.) / 2007 / Czech Republic / 13 min

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The Czech and the Slovak premiere of Sacro GRA will be enriched by photos of highways taken by the audience

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- 16.4.2014 -

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How important can the role of politically engaged art in the times of political repression and wild transformation be? When does it become impossible to stay silent; and is political art the right way to speak out loud? DAFilms.com spoke about these questions with Andrey Gryazev, director of the documentary film Tomorrow.

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