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DAFilms.com Opens Home Master Class Series

Czech documentary filmmaker and producer Filip Remunda is the first author to give a special Home Master Class, in the newly launched project produced by the DAFilms.com portal. In addition to Remunda's 1-hour talk filled with intriguing insights, excerpts and outtakes, DAFilms.com users have all week to watch several of his films free.

 

DAFilms.com - Home Master Class Series: Filip Remunda

This week, the VOD portal DAFilms.com posted the first in its new series of home master classes focusing on the work of European documentary filmmakers. Czech director and producer Filip Remunda talks about his creative approach and shares interesting details on the circumstances that have shaped his films.

Remunda's lecture is accompanied by several films that can be streamed for free at DAFilms.com:
Mr. Triska's Epoch Making Trip To Russia, Village B, A.B.C.D.T.O.P.O.L., The Tadpole, the Rabbit and the Holy Ghost, To Meet the Film and A Will to Dance.


DAFilms.com is Doc Alliance’s online distribution tool. The website offers Video on Demand and permanent access to more than 600 documentary and experimental films. Audiences and film professionals from around the world can legally watch all the films at DAFilms.com; for a small fee, they can view the films directly on their computer or download them in AVI and DVD format. DAFilms.com offers a selection of contemporary documentary films from around the world, with an emphasis on European cinema.

Contact: info(at)dafilms.com