In the middle of the Prague housing estate is one small studio. This studio will not be noticed by many people, but there are very interesting things happening here. There is an art workshop for visually handicapped children...
In the beginning was the word, the the birds sang and in the end rocks and inscriptions. What is the connection of forgotten and overgrown tombstones and brass tiles with engraved names? Forgetting and remembering as relationship between living and the dead. Between rituals and film.
Will a car stop or not? Trying their luck on a daily basis, the area around the red railing in Výstaviště becomes alive every morning with people hoping to get work...
Cibulky Open is a report about oneway tennis tournament organised by NGO ATTour for hobby players on the entry level of tennis skills...
The film Cleanliness is not meaningless deals with anxiety disorder, depicts confrontation and seeks beauty in the fear.
Does society behave any different in the times of crisis? How much are we willing to sacrifice for our own safety? Were we overwhelmed by fear or panic during the coronavirus crisis in the Czech Republic and Slovakia?
Route is a movie about eight railway stations built by Josef Danda, about our perception of architecture, about a train trip. About light, mirror reflections, station announcements, hurrying and waiting. When was the last time you closely watched a train station?
Pionýr bike: what happens when a father and his daughter decide to make a film about a dusty motorbike? A film about film, old bikes and one relationship.
Police patrols, a private security agency and military tents - this is how “tent city” for Covid-19
positive people without shelter looked like this spring. Was it necessary to approach such a drastic solution to the situation?
A fragment of our past is locked behind the garage door, forcing us to sense not only what is, but also what was.
How a charismatic mystic from Chomutov became my friend and guide in human existence and all things eternal.
How would a tumor think if it talked? A fictional interview with Mr Tumor about his life journey and building his business. A short science-popularization comedy about oncological diseases and their progress with a touch of humour.
How such a historically significant building as the Uherské Hradiště Prison projects itself onto the everyday lives of those who have it right under their noses – students and teachers of the School of Decorative Arts and what impact does it have on them?
Film explores how art is misused in development projects in Prague, the so called "developers' artwashing", in the context of urban policy and public space.
Pepa, a deaf guy, enjoys being among people with normal hearing. But pieces of information often come to him distorted. Misunderstandings are common, even in interactions with his boyfriend, Jakub...
Stories of objects that can be found while walking your dog around the Jihlava housing estate. The film reflects our society and seeks to find the answer to a question “At what point does an object become worthless to us?”.
It awaits us all, few look forward to it and most of us is afraid of it. Death. When was the last time you talked about it? And is it even necessary? My dad is dying, and among thousand thoughts that run in my head there's one I cannot silence. We are no longer able to deal with death, not at all...
The best outcome of the holidays is to find oneself. And when the holidays turn out really well, it can be hard to remember who we were before. The short documentary is based on the author's autobiographical experience with returning from parental leave to work.
The film portrait Johana tells a story of a young woman from Moravian Wallachia and her life in Prague. The document is searching for an answer on the question of connection between trust and ropes. Also what cats think about it all?
Peregrino is a short film made during My Street Films workshops in 2019 in Prague.
Is it possible to do anything about ringing in the ears? This film seeks sources of noise in the urban landscape...
Pelhřimov is only a small town in the Vysočina region, but also the town of records and curiosities...
A personal documentary about the (im)possibility of living in the center of Prague. The filmmaker and her five-year-old-son received an eviction notice from City Hall ordering them to leave the one-room apartment in which her grandfather lived for almost thirty years...
In the Czech Republic, where democracy is on the decline and a populist movement rules, it may seem as if the issue of climate change has been relegated to the background...
A few steps away from Main Railway Station, just below the main highway, you will find the social center Naděje pro lidi bez domova / Hope for the Homeless. This is the twenty-fifth year that evangelist Petr Ševčík has been holding weekly services here..
An essay focusing on the topic of the exploitation of natural resources has as its primary theme water, showing its forms and changes in the chain of industry...
Tereza Plavecká received a special mention in My Street Films competition for her sense of lyricism and her ability to render her own perspective and voice in the film...
Pavla Mudráková received a special mention in My Street Films competition primarily for her ability to accentuate and create drama of material that can be overlooked and seen as quotidian...
This film shot on 17 November 2016 – Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day, a traditional day of public demonstrations – looks at the meaning of this public holiday by talking to various people who merely enjoy their day off and do not go to any protests...
A symbolic dark bridge between students of various nationalities and a Czech patriot.
This film was made during My Street Films workshop in Poland.
Young filmmakers would like to make a movie about everyday life in the 9-th district in Budapest. They wanted to shoot an alternative promotion film for the owners of the shops and restaurants located in Corvin-negyed. Can they do this?
On the former partyplace called Rio Hungarian teenagers made a DIY Skatepark for themselves. During the movie we can know the whole story of the concrete process...
The short film deals with controversial concrete flower boxes at Prague’s Smíchov District and their future fate.
Meeting with Václav, an extraordinary person, who was awarded for saving lives of two people.
A group of five school-aged youths spend their free time in front of a graffiti-covered wall. In the rough area near the train tracks we observe the process of rap being created. The free way the youths speak and off-the-cuff texts accompanied by music emanating from their mobile phones say a great deal about way they perceive the world.
One crack, thousands of taps, and poisoned inhabitants of Prague 6. Who knows what's in the water pipes?
An associative film about blending the personal with the common, about the relationship of the memories of a place and memories of individuals, about the processes of reconciliation and coming to terms with something. A film about searching for paths from small to big Berlin and more.
What is hiding behind the walls of the closely guarded building near Smržová u Hradce Králové? The town’s residents have lived with indifference to the goings-on at the facility at their backs. The filmmaker provoked a debate which led to new information, rumors, and fantasies that have accumulated for years around the functioning of the place.
As it follows the arrows painted on old building facades in Pilsen, this short documentary asks passers-by if the know their origin and purpose. Some people have no idea that the arrows were ever anything more than way-markers, while others remember the time when they were drawn.
Everyone has their favourite place where they can hide away from a problem or they can soothe their mind. This short film takes place at Vitkov park in Prague 3. It is presenting how the filmmaker see the difference between Czech and Burmese culture.
Interview with members of a fictitious Czech Border Defence Society (CBDS) which represents a form of docu-fiction. In the first half, the viewer is confronted with historical information, personal life's tragedies and scenery shots of the ruins after the infamous Czechoslovak financial contribution (Bunkers of the pre-war fortification)...
Current state of the former largest cinema in the Czech republic and its last projectionist.
A testimony on a pipeline damage incident, theft and two official records from one police station in the Prague city centre, disturbing the peaceful Christmas spirit during which blood is drained.
The Tomáš Baťa Monument, designed by architect František Lydie Gahura well-known for his designs in the city of Zlín commissioned by Tomáš Baťa, is one of the masterpieces of Zlín’s functionalism. It is currently closed. What will happen to it in five years?
The picture of a time period which the citizens from Modrý Kameň live nowadays in. The stories of people told through their dialogues with a postwoman who is a part of their everyday life. At first sight, the postwoman is a bearer of messages to people, but she is actually a collector of their life stories.
We read many texts every day. How can we regulate this quantity?
The story of Milda and his pack, love for music and a little experiment. Documentary as a time machine trying to link two diametrically different eras of a corner pub on Řezáčovo Square.
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