A documentary film on the Czech successful biological research in Nové Hrady and Třeboň which was begun in 2001.
Red Rose, Why Don't You Thrive
A documentary capturing the traditional folk carnival customs in the Doudleby region in southern Bohemia.
The Czech Republic Reads a Book
This film was made for the project "The Czech Republic Reads a Book", which is aimed at popularising the act of reading books and was supported by many well-known Czech personalities.
The Count Zinzendorf - The Strength of Conviction
Next year, 250 years will have passed since the death of a man whose name is familiar to Christians in most parts of the world. Count Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf had both the talent and skills to be able to stand the test in any country or generation. However, he was born in Germany in the early 18th century and thus he became an apostle of the Pietism of the Moravian Brethren, a life style those days would really call for. He became a driving force of a spiritual awakening which has by now influenced various fields of the Christian world. The proposed documentary will introduce primarily his connection to the Czech lands, i.e. the period from 1722 on. Then, the followers of the Czech Brethren coming primarily from Fulnek (the sphere of activity of Comenius) found a refuge from persecution at Count Nicolaus Zinzendorf's estate. He enabled them (as well as other Pietist groups) to found a protected village Ochranov (Herrnhut). This is where the simple and even naive piety gave life to a life style that grew to become a significant missionary activity. This is where the renewed Unity of the Brethren (Unitas Fratrum) was founded, with Nicolaus Zinzendorf becoming its first bishop. From 1732 on, almost three hundred men and women (missionaries) left for the West Indies, a year later for Greenland. Their missionary activities were especially powerful in Central America where they fought for the rights of the local inhabitants (Salvador). Thanks to Count Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf, the heritage of the Unity of the Czech Brethren, the latest offspring of the Czech reformation, spread to the remotest spots on the planet, staying alive until today.
The Bible – 21st Century Translation
A documentary film on the history of the creation of the contemporary Czech translation of The Kralitz Bible also known as The Brother's Bible (Bible Kralická).
ADW AGRO, joint-stock company – Hydrothermic Flocculator
A documentary film on unique production technology for feeding cattle (only used in 2 European countries – in the Czech Republic and in Switzerland).
This documentary maps the development of the Catholic Church in Bohemia and Moravia and its imprint on church architecture.
This documentary film maps the development of reformation churches in Bohemia and Moravia and its influence on church architecture in history.
This documentary film shows the development of the Jewish religion in Bohemia and Moravia and its legacy in preserved architecture.
Dlouhé Stráně Pumped-Storage Hydro Power Plant
A documentary film on the history of the construction of the highest pumped-storage (power) plant in the Czech Republic – on PVE Dlouhé Stráně and its current operation. In 2005 the power company was classified among the 7 greatest wonders of the Czech Republic.
Spiritual Process in Bohemia and Moravia
This documentary film on the development of basic Christian directions in Bohemia and Moravia points out the influence of major church figures on the spiritual development of the lives of Czechs and documents significant church buildings.
This documentary provides an overview of the development of the Eastern Orthodox Church in Bohemia and Moravia and its reflection in architecture.