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All for the Good of the World and Nosovice

Vše pro dobro světa a Nošovic, Czech Republic, 2010, 82 min, 35 mm, Creative, Personal View, Social Issues
An original portrait of a Czech village that houses a giant car plant built by South Korea's Hyundai. Before the village turned into an industrial zone, many of the landowners had no intention of selling their plots of land... Not until many of them faced pressure from their neighbours who had accepted approx. EUR 4000 in compensation and not until they received death threats. Using nine protagonists, the film paints a portrait of a village changed beyond recognition. A humorous yet compelling film about a field that yields cars.
Director:
Vít Klusák
Producer:
Vít Klusák, Filip Remunda
Executive producer:
Tereza Horská
Original idea:
Vít Klusák
Screenplay:
Vít Klusák
Dramaturgy:
Martin Mareček, Martin Dušek, Jan Gogola ml.
Director of photography:
Jakub Halousek
Editor:
Jana Vlčková
Sound:
Michal Gábor, Václav Flegl
World Sales:
Vesna Cudic
Languages:
Czech
Subtitles:
English
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IDFA 2010, The Netherlands
14th IDFF Jihlava, Czech Republic
Trieste Film Festival 2011, Italy
ZagrebDOX 2011, Croatia
One World Film Festival (Czech Republic)
Ljubljana Documentary Festival (Slovenia)
Krakow Film Festival (Poland)
Vaclav Taborsky Award for Best Documentary Film by Filmmaker under 35 - Finále Plzeň - Festival of Czech Films 2011, Czech Republic
Hot Docs 2011, Toronto, Canada
DOK.fest München, 2011, Germany
6th International Documentary Film Festival of Mexico City 2011, Mexico
6th DOCSDF 2011, Mexico
24th Filmfestival "Der neue Heimatfilm" 2011, Austria
Centro de Capacitación Cinematografica, 2011, Mexico
Parnu Film Festival 2011, Estonia
FICA - International Festival of Environmental Film and Video 2011, Brazil
Docudays UA 2012, Ukraine
goEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European Film 2014, Germany
State Fund for the Support and Development of Czech Cinematography

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