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Jaroslav Hovorka

Czech Republic

Biography

Jaroslav Hovorka works mostly for Czech TV, he is director of epizodes of tv documentary series Světci a svědci/ Saints and Witnesses and Cesty víry/ Paths of Faith and many more. He also specializes on classic and traditional folk music, culture of Romany minority in Czech Republic and TV fairy tales for children.

Filmography:

Krátký život druhé republiky (57´, CZ, 1998)
Ilja Hurník ad libitum (56´, CZ, 2000)
Psáno pro Pražské jaro opus III. - s Pavlem Kouteckým (57´, CZ, 2007)
Esther (52´, CZ, 2007)
Skauti v odboji (25´, CZ, 2008)

psano pro prazske jaro_2

Written for Prague Spring. Opus 3

Psáno pro pražské jaro. Opus 3 (Orig.) / 2007 / Czech Republic / 58 min

Opus Three - The final part of Pavel Koutecký's trilogy of Prague Spring is made up of two compositions specially created for the festival.

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