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Miroslav Bambušek

Czech Republic


Playwright, stage and film director. Graduated in philosophy and translatology (French, Old Greek) from Charles University, Prague. In 1996, with his brother co-founded D. I. Lebedung, a theatre company based in Louny dedicated to contemporary theatre. Cooperation with the Činoherní studio, Ústí nad Labem. From 2001, creative director, Multiprostor Louny. In 2004, dramaturg with Západočeské divadlo, Cheb. Received a number of awards for his plays Písek (2002) and Porta Apostolorum (2004), as well as for the project Perzekuce.cz (2006). Author of the script for the The Bystander Effect (dir. Radim Špaček, 2008). In 2009 he directed the film Jan Hus - A Mass for Three Dead Men.

Jan Hus - A Mass for Three Dead Men (73', Czech Republic, 2009)
KKK (77', Czech Republic, 2012)


Jan Hus - A Mass for Three Dead Men

Jan Hus - mše za tři mrtvé muže (Orig.) / 2009 / Czech Republic / 73 min

Jan Hus - A Mass for Three Dead Men tries to recover the legacy of the medieval reformist priest Jan Hus who was burnt to death by inquisition for his criticism and calling for reformation of the Catholic Church in 1415.





David Čálek‘s successful documentary Climbing Higher about Czech climber Radek Jaroš, which won at the BANFF festival, is available for FREE streaming in the online documentary cinema DAFilms.com from December 8 to 11.

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- 8.12.2016 -

Winter Portion of Czech Documentary Films

Winter Portion of Czech Documentary Films

For 3.99 euro, you can get a selection of documentaries that entered Czech cinematic distribution in 2016 as well as access to another 1500 films from around the world. Dear friends, please, do not forget that you can give an ideal present not only to your intellectual friends but also to yourselves.

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- 7.12.2016 -

Unique films at FAMUFEST

Unique films at FAMUFEST

The 33rd edition of FAMUFEST, a competition display of films made by students of Prague’s FAMU, will be held on November 23 to 27 at Prague’s Letná District. Like in the past year, it will take place at Bio Oko, plus at the new venues of Studio Hrdinů and Café Jedna.

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- 22.11.2016 -

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