A view into the soul of women. Composed of photographs from inner testimony. Seeking Jung's Anima, the woman of all women. - Deparment of documentary film, FAMU - 1st year (exercise).
During the communist era, the Konev Smeltery in Kladno produced "peace steel, meant to be pouredinto the throats of the imperialists". Today, after the fall of communism, and of the capitalist Vladimir stehlik, there remains a deserted industrial wilderness 20,000 people out of work, sorrounded by ghettoes. Smeltery is over grow by nature. Bohumil Hrabal and Vladimir Boudnik are as relevant as ever. - Department of documentary film, FAMU - 1st year (auteur reportage)
Fighting the Brain
A threefold portrait, presenting the reality within the limits of a subjective view, puts together the lives of an increasingly more remote writer and musician; a hacker, dreaming his dream of transformation into a purely virtual existence in the depths of technology; and an undertaker, unrealistic raconteur, living on the history of half-mythical Sudetenland.
You Are That
The one who looks, the one who sees. A visual essay on the subjectivity of the eye and the subjectivity od film in the scene of contemporary India.
Four Dialogs on the Run
Cam in the Head
Portrét of Venda Hrdý - author of literary genre ThinkFanComReal - Thinking Fantasy Comes from Real World and musician (E. C. Pop, Earth Synth). A young man with a camera inside his head.
A contemplation of whether the inner states can be transferred by film.
The brain is the most complex organ in the human body, much better than the most powerful computer. Still we don't know a lot about it. What if such a complicated machine breaks down? When the brain is damaged, we can suddenly lose all the memories and skills accumulated in our entire life. Victim may suddenly have a problem with a completely automated tasks such as alternating legs while walking, recognition of tastes or tying shoelaces. You need to re-learn everything. At the same time we realise the complexity of this organ. And it's much more interesting when the brain damage occurs to a neurosurgeon who suddenly can empathize with the feelings of his patients and understands what exactly is going on in his head, even though the brain is still not fully recovered. Or if the teacher tries to learn the basic arithmetic afther the stroke and suddenly understands exactly what made her pupils problems. Despite the fact that the disorder left a trail of and their life will not be just like before, all the protagonists try to look for something positive. The essential support of loved ones greatly facilitates the return to normal life. http://eldar.cz/kangaroo/filmy/porucha/index.html.en
A portrait of the minds of three Czech and Slovak scientists (material physicist, cognitive scientist and researcher in the field of robotics), who are currently engaged in meditation. A film about the limits of knowledge achieved through science and the place where it meets with subjective introspection. A detailed analysis of time, space and concentration using documentary and slightly experimental methods.
Buttons of Consciousness
Creative Experimental documentary about frontiers of Eastern meditation and Western science, tries to embody what it deals with - meditation itself. Protagonists of the film, poet and plasma physicist Pavel Ctibor and cognitive scientist and Buddhist Jan Burian both, scientists and personalities rooted in the Eastern teachings of Buddhism and Shaivism. Film portrays two Czech scientists, who accepted the tool of meditation in addition to the scientific exploration of the world. Film attempts to describe meditation and also to evoke it or induce in the audience through the experimentation with film medium. It examines boundaries of exploration of the world using objectivism of science and subjectivism of meditation. Do those paths intersect? What is the better way to explore the reality?