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DIR: Andrea Slováková
2011 / Czech Republic / 42 min

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In the second half of the 18th century, Jeremy Bentham designed the model of a panopticon, a type of building that made supervision most effective. Panopticons were firstly used for prisons, places where supervision and punishment are the main functions. Secret services but also different surveillance technologies are the new panopticons. They can monitor, save and store data about people to identify them, to distinguish the location and time of people’s behaviour and actions. Architecture theorist, software expert, people who are or were monitored, or the former secret service agents explain their panoptical experience. Reading again Michel Foucault´s Discipline and Punish, through experience with different kinds of supervision, in the film we are looking for the perfect application of the panoptical principle.

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Director Andrea Slováková
Screenplay Andrea Slováková
Dir. of Photography Martin Polčák, Braňo Pažitka, Dalibor Fencl
Editing Jana Vlčková, Josef Krajbich
Music Viktor Tverdochlibov
Sound Martin Ženíšek
Duration 42 min
Year 2011
Country Czech Republic
Colour Colour
Tags essay, experimental, institution, philosophical, prison, student, surveillance
Production FAMU, Pavlína Kalandrová / Duracfilm
FAMU
Address:  Smetanovo nábřeží 2
City:  11000 Praha 1
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.famu.cz

Pavlína Kalandrová / Duracfilm
Country:  Czech Republic
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Distribution Pavlína Kalandrová / Duracfilm
Pavlína Kalandrová / Duracfilm
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IDFF Jihlava 2011

IDFF Jihlava 2011

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