The Society of Jesus - the Jesuits - is one of the largest and most important orders of the Catholic Church. Their mission includes pastoral and missionary work, as well as contributions to education, science, culture and the arts. The order dates back to 1534, when it was founded by Ignatius of Loyola. The documentary provides a glimpse at the present state of the Society of Jesus, and it also reveals why the order had been so often considered dangerous.
The Greatest Czech - St. John Nepomucene
A documentary film about St. John Nepomucene. According to estimates, there are approx. 30.000 monuments dedicated to John Nepomucene just across Europe, out of which one-fifth is located in the Czech Republic. One can find Nepomucene's traces in Central and South America, India, Philippines or China.
Svatý Vojtěch – první český Evropan
The pope Benedict XVI. reminds us that Europe is the home of Christian nations. The msesage of St. Vojtěch was similar.
Infant Jesus of Prague
The film depicts the phenomenon of the Infant of Prague - one of the most famous sights in the capital of Czech Republic. It was very complicated to search through archives, but it happend to be quite the only way to get proper information. By showing the history in an unusual way, the director´s aim is to introduce this topic not only to worshipers of the Infant of Prague, but to all of us.
A documentary fiction film about RAF wing commander Otto Smik.
Train to the Moon
Train to the Moon introduces Please the Trees, a Czech band from Tabor heading to California to record its third album. The album is produced by famous producer Jonathan Burnside who has also worked with Faith No More, Melvins and Kurt Cobain.
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