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The Circle: A portrait of a demonstration  //  Kruh: Portrét demonstrace (Orig.)

DIR: Tereza Reichová
2009 / Czech Republic / 62 min

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On November 17th 2008 took place a demonstration of the Workers´ Party (DS) in Litvinov. It was followed by a march of Autonomous Nacionalist to the neighbourhood of Janov, mainly inhabited by Romanies. At the roundabout near to the neighbourhood came to a battle with police and demonstrationists, in media called „Battle of Janov“. This event influenced the history, because many locals had joined the far right demonstration.
The autor, that had been present there with her camera, invited to the roundabout a few participants, they had taken part in the demonstration and faced them with shots from the event. On one side of the roundabout were participants of the Workers Party; on the other one participants of the Romany anti-demonstration; representatives of town hall and police and also creators of the medial picture of the demonstration.
The name CIRCLE refers to the place of the battle, to historical context and also to the complexity of the whole problem.

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Director Tereza Reichová
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography Prokop Souček, Daniel Souček
Editing Kristýna Toupalová
Music
Sound Barbora Hovorková, Martin Klusák
Duration 62 min
Year 2009
Country Czech Republic
Colour Colour
Tags political, social issues, student
Production FAMU
FAMU
Address:  Smetanovo nábřeží 2
City:  11000 Praha 1
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.famu.cz

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