This documentary accompanies viewers through historical and wholly unknown Czech and Moravian avenues, which have adorn our land since Baroque times and have become a distinctive feature of it. However, many beautiful avenues have recently disappeared from our land.
Whites and Blacks Have Red Blood
What is it like for Romanies living amongst the gadjos? Present-day living and problems as seen by the Romanies.
Dialogue with Neglected Friends
A debate between director Pavel Koutecký and photographer Roman Sejkot on feelings, opinions and objectives, which led to shooting the a film about a mental defective swimmer.
Stones in the Czech Landscape
A film essay about a landscape dotted with myth-shrouded prehistoric stones, medieval stone monuments, baroque folk sculptures and the contemporary sculptures of Karel Gebauer. About man's relationship to stone, nature and history. With geologist Václav Cílek and Irena Bukačová, director of the Mariánská Týnice Museum.
The Pilgrimage Along Ancient Roads
Obrazy ze života Boženy Němcové
The 21st of November 2012 we celebrated 150-year anniversary of the death of Božena Němcová. She, as the only woman, ended among the first ten people in the Czech TV competition, which was looking for the gretaest Czech person. Is the placement of the emancipated Czech writer fair? What does contemporary Czech reader know about Němcová? The authors of half-documentary film Ljuba Václavová and Martina Komárková contemplates about the reasons why Božena Němcová is considered the most important Czech woman. They investigate some parts of her work and life from unusual points of view.
Made shortly before the Krkonoše National Park celebrates its 50th anniversary, this portrait of a landscape sets out to be a poetic as well as factual tribute to the area and it should provide some instruction regarding environmental conservation in the Czech Republic.