The Best of UTB for Czech Centres (FILMS FOR KIDS)

  • Czech Republic

This selection will be available only from September 4 to September 13, 2020, free after registration.

A selection of work of Tomas Bata University animation students for Czech Centres.

The Aping
Filip Javora, 2014
Extraordinary visit to the ZOO...

Kateřina Čupová, 2014
Animated movie Spring is lyrical fairy-tale.

You Are So Lucky!
Zuzana Brachaczková, 2013
The short animated film about a hen, thought she had a tough life. The story of duties, the desire for rest, naive envy and absurdity.

Where Do The Wild Butterflies Grow
Vladimíra Macurová, 2012
A little newborn creature comes to a fantasy world, where it meets other creatures and seeks friendship among them. A poetic story about the search for kindred spirits.

Dao Thi Thuy Linh, 2012
The movie tell about dinosaurs, people and life in general.

How To Save a Princess
Alžběta Göbelová, 2013
There is a known in fairytales that every prince has to deserve his princess. He has to rescue her from a tower or fight with a dragon. Film “How to save a princess” tells a story about one young prince, who has dream like that. Even if his journey to his bride is much more complicated that he expected, he does not give up.

Atlas of Dragons
Veronika Kuncová, 2016
A story about the relationship of a daughter to her father while reminiscing about a paper kite. The kite is measured against mythological and fanciful dragons. It turns out, however, that her common kite is the best kind of dragon because it was made by her daddy.

Petr Jindra, 2015
In a small house lives a lady with her cat Erwin that loves boxes. One day the lady gets a new microwave. When the cat sees the microwave, a new modern box it can’t be stopped. The lady does all she can to change the cat's mind. In the end, the ruse is paid back by the ruse.

The Bearytales
Veronika Zacharová, 2015
Did You know that the grizzly bear is not such a big loner, how people claim about him? This and four other interesting facts from the world of bears can be found in the short animated movie The Bearytales.

The Cherry Tree
Eva Dvořáková, 2017
Cherry Tree the animated film shows the formation of a wall picture, which is forming itself and is living on its own. The film is about the relationship between characters in the picture, but the picture itself remains fragile and can be affected by the real world. The film is based on exaggeration, surprise, and improvisation.


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  • Original title
    Pásmo animovaných filmů pro děti (Univerzita Tomáše Bati)
  • Duration
    47 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
  • Country
    • Czech Republic
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Production


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