Vít Klusák (Czech Republic)

Vít Klusák studied photography at the School of Graphic Design in Prague. He graduated from the Documentary Film Department at the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague where he works as lecturer since 2006. In his films, he systematically deals with the points of friction between creativity and society. He made three documentary music videos for Czech singers Jan Burian, Jan Budař and Lenka Dusilová. Together with Filip Remunda, he is author of the hypercomedy Czech Dream/Český sen. They also manage a film company Hypermarket Films s.r.o. As cameraman, he has worked on the films by Martin Mareček, Vít Janeček and Erika Hníková. Klusák is not the son of Czech music composer and actor Jan Klusák but Czech jazz pianist and composer Emil Viklický (about whom he made the film Jazz War/Ocet - “a portrait without a model”.

Filmography

  • Digestive
    2000
  • Ocet
    2001
  • Návod rekonstrukce kopie skutečnosti
    2001
  • Vlast a Burian
    2003
  • Český sen / Czech Dream - together with Filip Remunda
    2004
  • Přestávka
    2006
  • Vánoce v Bosně - together with Filip Remunda
    2008
  • Český mír / Czech Peace - together with Filip Remunda
    2010
  • Vše pro dobro světa a Nošovic / All for the Good of the World and Nosovice
    2010
  • Dobrý řidič Smetana / The Good Driver Smetana
    2013
  • Český žurnál: Život a smrt v Tanvaldu
    2013
  • Český žurnál: Spřízněni přímou volbou
    2013
  • Český žurnál: Dělníci bulváru
    2014
  • Český žurnál: Má vlast Afghánistán
    2015
  • Český žurnál: Matrix AB
    2015
  • Svět podle Daliborka / The White World According to Daliborek
    2017

Doc Alliance Members

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