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Never Filmed Film  //  Nikdy nenatočený film (Orig.)

DIR: Filip Remunda
2008 / Czech Republic / 20 min

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A trailer for a planned documentary "My boss is a Jewish carpenter" was made by Czech director Filip Remunda for a New Yorker producer who planned to use it for finding resources for a film about car racers. The story was supposed to be an allegory on American Midwest. After seeing this untypical trailer, the producer rather chose for an American director who turned the piece into an appeasing film for cable networks.

About

Director Filip Remunda
Screenplay Filip Remunda
Dir. of Photography Martin Matiášek
Editing Matouš Outrata
Music
Sound David Hysek
Duration 20 min
Year 2008
Country Czech Republic
Colour Colour
Tags America, society, sport
Production Hypermarket Film, s.r.o.
Hypermarket Film, s.r.o.
Address:  Osadní 6
City:  170 00 Praha 7
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.hypermarketfilm.cz/
E-mail:  
Phone:  +420 222 937 341

Distribution
Festivals

Jihlava IDFF 2008

Jihlava IDFF 2008

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