A documentary on how the endangered world of whale is seen by film-makers and divers from a country that itself has nor ocean nor sea.
Trafačka - Temple of Freedom
Made since 2006 by means of the observational method, the documentary captures the development of a former transformer repair plant in Prague's Vysočany quarter, starting from the moment when a group of artists converted the plant into an alternative art centre. The documentary includes the life stories of tenants of an adjacent gallery house as well as archive material reminiscent of the socialist era and its five-year plans.
Azores under Water
A documentary shot during twelve trips to Azores. It shows the largest toothed animal of the planet – sperm whale and an endeavour of a group of Czech enthusiasts to shoot it.
Nearly one and a half billion people as opposed to ten million. A totalitarian, one-party state versus a country that has been fostering democracy for over twenty years. A major military force versus a small army included in the NATO alliance. Two countries with very different views of history and the future. However, there are a few areas that China and the Czech Republic have in common. Next to the predictable desires shared by the Czech and Chinese communists or the trade imbalance between the two countries, there is a place called China-Czech where every important feature is named after Czechs. Czech architecture should leave an imprint on a city designed for a million people. Meanwhile, a Czech teacher moves to China with his family in order to establish a Czech studies programme.