„CHILDREN OF STALINISM“are those who grew up in 50s in communist Czechoslovakia and experienced the Velvet Revolution. They opened up for the documentaries to give a testimony of the past. The communist regime robbed them of their childhood, they have often never seen one or both of their parents, or not until they came back from the communist prisons. They often ended up in the care of their relatives or in institutional care, at worst. They were labeled “children of the enemy”, or “criminals’ children” and were deprived of opportunities to get higher education, and condemned to live at the margins of the society. They were not guilty of anything, but had to live lives of sinners. This goes like a red thread through all fourteen 26 minutes long parts of “Children of Stalinism” series. The parts of the series are not only testimonies of political prisoners and their families as seen through the eyes of their children, but they also attempt to understand and mediate main protagonists’ life as they live it now and as it was shaped by their difficult past.
Face to Face Encounter
The clash of two entirely different cultures. A little group of teenagers from Kenyan slum came to Czech republic. They are MYSA's football team members. The real challenge, however, comes when they are living within Czech host families. Extremely different mentality, different life conditions and habits...
Didactica Magna: Against The Grain
The portrayal of a unique teacher of FAMU Martin Čihák. The film is an insight into the teacher´s soul and his teaching fate.
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