All of us have to die. However, sometimes we may decide how to die. Various forms of dying: among euthanasia, hospital divider and hospice’s care. A one hour long documentary film search through stories of dying people for various forms of what once awaits everybody of us.
Non-governmental organizations, civic societies, etc. and their role in our society. People must carry the consequences of political decisions, therefore they should also be actively involved in the decision-making processes. Society cannot be reduced to the market and the political representation.
Love Your Enemies
The tale of a Swiss woman and a Czech man who changed the lives and worldviews of hundreds of people. After the Second World War, Přemysl Pitter (1895 - 1976) and Olga Fierz (1900 - 1990) rescued over 800 Jewish and German children from German concentration camps and Czech internment centers. For many of the kids, the encounter with Přemysl and Olga was a decisive factor in their lives, both in terms of career choices and spiritual orientation.
Mummies and Babies
Four stories about the rejection nad abandonment of small children, two of which show the children being accepted into their new families.
The Soul´s House of Mirrors
Tomáš Škrdlant tries to see the world of the mentally handicaped through their eye and from the point of view of their therapist.
Memory of Lost Villages
The autors of this video try to awaken, throw archive films and accounts of witnesses, the way of life in one of hundred villages which were eliminated in North Bohemia because of the mining.
Ashes on the Head
The environment of North Bohemia is a toll of our consumption. Would the ashes which fall on peoples´heads induce us to contemplate our own participation in devastation of the landscape?
What Do We Need to Be Happy
Teh film of the series "The recovery of the private enterprise in Czech Republic" focuses on system of insurance and insurance corporations.
Pictures from History of Industrial Revolution
This montage of archive stills and film materials searches for the roots of contemporary ecological crisis and finds them in an extreme evolution of industry, mining production and business enterprise.
Window to the Soul of the Dying
The quest to find out whether consciousness of death is important for life.
Refusing and Accepting
Docuemntary film on a group of four young physically disabled people and their approach to life.
Who Is Poor And Who Is Rich...
An anatomy of social distinctions in post-Communist society.
The Battlefield of Salvation
The video with a sub-head "Of Faith and Need" focuses on re-establishing the activities of the Salvation Army in Czechoslovakia.
A Long-Haired State Within a Blad Republic
In the autumn of 1968 some film-makers got together to present portraits of long-haired young men living a life outside the accepted norms. These same men encounter each other again after twenty-sex years.
Man to Man
A documentary film about the consequences of human cruelty and about hope, supported by the testimonies of tortured people and their psychotherapist.
Seeking the Wisdom of Old Age
On the basis of specific experiences of a few elderly people, the film reveals various forms of age and tries to give an integrating view of them.
Magical Power of Energy - I. Drug Addiction
The dependence of our civiization on the growing consumption of energy is compared to an addict´s craving for hard drugs.
Magical Power of energy - II. Hard and Soft Ways
There are two ways to every goal - the natural and active way of cooperation, or the destructive way. Human society is currently taking the latter way.
Magical Power of energy - III. Energy and Power
Large, heartless, centralized power plants lead a society to non-democratic and totalitarian practices.
Czech Television archive and participant testimony enable a comparison of the relationship to the environment and extent of civic freedom during the Communist and present-day regimes.
The Water Thinking
Musings on water as an element, with which we seek to coexist.
A documentary myth. Five stories about a journey from the Underworld. Since the early 1990s the director has been accompanying and filming five children, now adults, who were rejected by their parents and left in the maternity hospitals right after they were born. The state has taken care of them: from the material point of view they lacked almost nothing - only they lived in another world. Particularly during the Communist era, all children that were different were carefully kept out of sight, hidden in a kind of underworld, far from the rest of the society and its joys and sorrows. The protagonists of the film, however, surmounted the obstacles and entered our world: they are living independently, working, having healthy children, divorcing, and getting married again; some have even met their parents.
A documentary film about the dissolution of barriers that follows the work of volunteers and assistants who help people with physical disabilities.
I Am Like a Tiger
A Slovakian architect living in United Kingdom came to die in the Czech Republic. He chronicled his dying by drawings and paintings. The author's intention is to reveal nothing more before the film viewing.
Prague Needs a Revolution
An expanded version of the film from 2010 Prague Needs a Revolution. The film show the barriers in the city mass transit in Prague for disabled people, seniors, mothers with prams and in a discussion with Sherry Ramsey Schulz the situation is compared with that in Colorado (USA).