The documentary about people without partners is a probe into human relations in present-day Czech Republic, a contemplation of diverse forms of hope and disillusion. It deals with sexuality, causes of infidelity, reasons for divorces, and transformations of traditional partnership and family models. The life of one of the female protagonists has a surprising denouement in the epilogue and the destinies of the protagonists after the documentary was made are described in the final credits. “On the basis of the portraits of several people I would like to open up the singles theme. I would like to create a platform for discussion, I would like to stop and try to understand at least a little what is happening around us,” says director Jana Počtová.
Invisible Strings: The Talented Pusker Sisters
A documentary about an almost mysterious relationship between two sisters, and about the power of music that plays a determining and essential part in their lives.
This documentary follows three Romas in different stages of their life. But they have one thing in common: that they have dreamed a dream, which only a few Romas can fulfill. They want to break out from their present situation for which a career as a policeman is a way. Sanyi, who is stationed as an active officer in the 8th district of Budapest, wants to get back home to Mátészalka, near to his parents, whereas Mihály, the retired rural policeman would like to make use of all his experience and go into service again. Finally Bea with a scholarship from the police for years, would like to be accepted by the Police College in Szeged in order to become a policewoman.
Darling, I Love You
Darling, I Love You is a film showing controversial relationships of Polish women with young lover boys from one of the numerous seaside resorts in Egypt. Such foreign trips have recently become increasingly popular among single women. Travel agencies are rushing to promise journeys loaded with unforgettable experiences. The film reveals what we can’t see in television spots or travel catalogues. It offers a shocking view of Hurghada through a different prism: Polish women - fascinated by exotic appearance and hungry for love, outraged Polish guys, and beach lover boys always ready to please a visitor.
Film about Baltazar Theatre, the unique professional theatre company in Hungary, whose members are mentally challenged actors and actresses. The Baltazar Theatre association was founded by Dóra Elek in 1998, inspired by the Belgian Théatre du Plantin (founded in 1983), which also works with mentally deficient actors. The actors practice eight hours a day and receive art training as well. That is how the theater makes it possible for the challenged youth to live from their talents, as they get paid for their work. Dóra Elek and her company does a pioneer task by being the only ones in Hungary to place art before handicap. The Hungarian association achieves international acknowledgements and accomplishments.
Irinyi József u.4-20