Unfortunately only Czech versions.
Films for the event
Václav Bělohradský: Nikdo Neposlouchá (Orig.) / 2005 / Czech Republic / 57 min
Nobody Is Listening is an attempt to portray the philosophy of one of the greatest Czech thinkers of our time - philosopher, sociologist and essayist Václav Bělohradský. It is an opportunity to think about the current state of human existence in political, media, universal, social and personal contexts.
Hledání dobré smrti (Orig.) / 2006 / Czech Republic / 58 min
All of us have to die. However, sometimes we may decide how to die. Various forms of dying: among euthanasia, hospital divider and hospice’s care. A one hour long documentary film search through stories of dying people for various forms of what once awaits everybody of us.
Nonstop (Orig.) / 1998 / Czech Republic / 94 min
The highway from Brno to Praha. People chosen at random muse on infinity and the beginning of the world. The director pushes drivers, gas-station and highway-hotel employees and residents of nearby villages to think about time, death, the universe and eternal return.
Rozpomínání (Orig.) / 2006 / Czech Republic / 57 min
Are you happy? What is happiness? What are the important things in life? Ivan Vojnár asks these questions as he moves through the streets of Prague with his camera in March 2006, and the dozens of responses he receives form the unique space of his Remembering.