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- 15.12.2013 13:24 -

Give a film as a Christmas gift! Online, legally and without endless lines!

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Each year you are promising to yourself that next year you will be ready for Christmas ahead of time. Yet each year you have the same experience of endless lines, nervous faces of other shoppers and perfect presents that are hopelessly sold out. Is that the case with you? Make your fervent wish for peaceful Christmas shopping come true with Dafilms.com! Do your Christmas shopping online and without standing in lines. Give a present the quality and appeal of which do not change in the course of time. Give your close ones our film!

How to do it?
Giving a film is easy. Each film in our online catalogue is provided with the “Send the film as a gift“ icon. After clicking on the symbol of a gift package, you will be asked about the format of the film you would like to give (AVI or DVD) and what payment system you prefer (credit card, PayPal or our long-term credit for watching all films). You can also set the time and wording of the delivery e-mail for the person to receive the gift. We will be happy to send you a gift coupon you can print out.

What to choose?
To relieve you of your Christmas worries as much as possible, we have decided to select 10 films by the world’s leading filmmakers from our extensive catalogue of 800 films. We are offering you various themes from various parts of the world. Thus you can give films to several Christmas viewers at the same time.

The Gleaners and I – Agnès Varda / (1999, FR, 82 min)
The queen of modern documentary Agnès Varda takes a closer look at the environment of traditional poor French countryside. How does time flow if not governed by the rhythm of the city?

New Scenes from America – Jørgen Leth / (2002, DE, 35 min)
The visual collage by the most renowned Scandinavian documentarist Jørgen Leth is a homage to photographer Robert Frank and painter Edward Hopper as well as an unconventional exploration of the nature of American popular culture.

Nénette – Nicolas Philibert / (2010, FR, 70 min)
She is the oldest survivor of the Paris ZOO, yet she was born in Borneo and her age of 40 is considered a natural miracle. Who is she? Nénette, an orangutan who is unique in many respects.

Motherland or Death – Vitalij Manskij / (2011, RU, 99 min)
What is life in contemporary Cuba really like? Compare the reporters’ and travellers’ images of the heated island with the critical insight of Russian directing legend Vitaly Mansky.

Blind Loves – Juraj Lehotský / (2008, SK, 74 min)
What is the love of those who will never see their loved ones like? The awarded film by Slovak director Juraj Lehotský reveals love as never seen before.

It happened just before – Anja Salomonowitz / (2005, AU, 72 min)
Star of the young generation of filmmakers Anja Salomonowitz makes an unusual directing experiment. She lets the persons involved in illegal trade with women tell the personal stories of their very victims. How far does the blame go?

An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker – Danis Tanović / (2012, BH, FR, SL, 75 min)
Presented in an online premiere, the film by Bosnian director Danis Tanović received the Jury Grand Prix at Berlinale. Will the real story of saving the life of a loved woman win your favour as well? The film is accessible to Czech audiences only.

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