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Being a Tourist in Your Own House CZ  //  Turistou ve vlastním domě (Orig.)

DIR: Jaroslava Bagdasarová
2009 / Czech Republic / 45 min

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In the far, far North, where the day begins and the oceans meet, a small hamlet New Chaplino is situated. The government decided to turn the village into a tourist resort. It is winter, 30 degrees Celsius below zero. The tourists are not coming. There are only few memories of them and the snow has already covered their footprints.

A documentary about the tourism influence on original ethnic groups that haven’t been affected by civilization so far and about the changes of how they experience their own culture. The documentary takes place on the Russian far north – in the Chukotka region.

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Director Jaroslava Bagdasarová
Screenplay Jaroslava Bagdasarova
Dir. of Photography Gerogij Bagdasarov
Editing Libor Alexa
Music
Sound Georgij Bagdasarov, Filip Veret
Duration 45 min
Year 2009
Country Czech Republic
Colour Colour
Tags ethnic groups, globalization, observational, rural society, student
Production FAMU, NUTPRODUKCE s. r. o.
FAMU
Address:  Smetanovo nábřeží 2
City:  11000 Praha 1
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.famu.cz

NUTPRODUKCE s. r. o.
Address:  Umělecká 618/7
City:  17000 Praha 7
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.nutprodukce.cz/
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