After the war broke out in former Yugoslavia, one of the biggest Croatian circuses took refuge in the outskirts of Romanian cities. What survives of the circus is left waiting for the end of the war.
The Shutka Book of Records
Shutka is the largest Roma settlement in the Balkans. At least according to the words of a young local fisherman, who is the main protagonist of this documentary film, shot in co-production with Czech Television. The film is a guide through the streets of Shutka, where in every person we can find at least one national champion, or even world champion, regardless of what it is in. What is important is that each person believes in their uniqueness and others recognize it. In this ever-expanding society, space is made for competing religious representatives such as those participating in a Muslim dervish or the servants of God using the "medium" of Christian tradition. The local homosexual in his colourful wardrobe is no less respected that the greatest pair of lovers - prostitute Kasandra and the elderly Alfonso who enjoys walking around Shutka in a copy of Tito's uniform. This Macedonian settlement, with its difficult-to-estimate population, also has its own music industry: from the recording studio to the workshop for music videos and even some big stars, who due to the active work of local music pirates must earn money in the old-fashioned way - at weddings, circumcision celebrities or funerals.
The Beginning of the End "Spring 69"
This film shows the forgotten circumstances surrounding the first "anniversary" of the occupation of Czechoslovakia by the Warsaw Pact forces in 1968.
Tibet - a Lost People
Today the original inhabitants of Tibet are only found in towns and villages under Chinese cultural, political and economical influence.
Hope after Ten Years
Revolutionary changes in Europe in the late 1980s and early 1990s through the eyes of Central European politicians and the general public.
People in Need - Home Is Where...
The film maps the fate of a few Kazakhstan-Czech families after moving to the Czech Republic.
People in Need - Goražde, a City Which Defended Itself
About people who defended themselves from constant Serb sieges.
Kosovo - Blood Isn´t Water
The return of Kosovo Albanian refugees after their 1999 exodus was assisted by People in Need, a humanity organization, which partook in humanitarian actions in Kosovo. Volunteer Marie Wichterlová, a member of this organization, speaks about life in Kosovo.
War, Facts and Us (Parts 1-3)
War in Kosovo and the positions of Czech politicians.
Vasil Bilak - Patriot and Internationalist
A film steming from the contents of an interview with Vasil Bilak, former secretary of the Communist Party, to whom an array of documents and testimonies was shown, revealing his views in a true light.
Sarajevo - Four Years after the War
The war in Bosnia brought much loss, however many of those directly involved were strengthened by it to face their future.
Leave and Never Return
During the Kosovo conflict hundreds of thousands Of Kosovo Albanians left their homes. Teh film records the difficult situation in Albania.