A sixfold documentary series about how Czech children learn about the Holocaust and how, through various workshops, they approach a topic which was taboo for many decades, not only in Czech schools but in all of Czech society.
On Intimate Matters
Many people after an accident or illness are confident to a wheelchair. This doesn´t mean, however, that they must give up their sex life.
Traces of Stars
A documentary film about how Czech children learn about the Holocaust and how they get acquainted with the subject through various workshops that were made taboo not just in Czech schools, but in society as a whole. The inspirations for them are stories of specific people who survived the Holocaust.
Mitsuko Aoyama, the Countness from Ronsperg
A document on the Japanese Mitsuko Aoyama, who unitentionally became acquainteded with an Austrian diplomat accreditted in Tokyo, Count Jindřich Coudenhove-Kalergi. In early 1892, Count Jindřich, despite the protests of both families, married Mitsuko and they had seven children together. These children were raised in a picuresque corner of Bohemia in Poběžovice. For many years they lived in this location and its immediate vicinity together with Czechs, Germasns and an extensive Jewish community. It is therefore no surprise that in such a cosmopolitan environment there was born a perosn who was the first to come up with the idea of a united Europe. It was the second son of the noble couuple - Richard. (Film was part of project EU-Japan - People to People Exchange.)
Shizuoka 07 - On One Boat
Disabled people have to face many complications in their lives. They can show their talents in special competitions - one of them were Abilympics in Shizuoka, Japan in 2007.
Meeting Berta Suttner
A quinary series focusing on Berta Suttner - Kinsky who was born in Prague and received - as a first woman ever - the Nobel Peace Prize.
Když sochy z mostu ožijí
The statues at the Charles Bridge have come to life. They are not alive due to a sculpturer, but life was given by mentally handicaped people thanks to a unique ballet play.