FAMU Prague & UL AGRFT Ljubljana

FAMU Prague

The Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts or FAMU is fifth oldest film school in the world. Located in Prague, Czech Republic, FAMU was founded in 1947 as one of three branches of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. FAMU is divided into 11 departments. It is a founding member of CILECT (World association of film schools), of the European League of Institutes of Arts (ELIA), and of the European Association of Cinema and Television Schools GEECT.

 

 

 

My Voina/Moje vojna

2017, Czech Republic, documentary, 29 min

Director: Zora Čápová

Cinematography: Tomáš Kotas

Editing: Matěj Podskalský

Sound: Miroslav Chaloupka

A man who is prosecuted by an international arrest warrant, the Russian artist Oleg Vorotnikov, from the radical Vojna group, famous for politically engaging protest performances, is a delightful enigma for a young documentary student. To approach him and his family she tries through a series (of attempts) at meetings in Berlin and Prague.

 

 

Bloody Fairytales

2017, Czech Republic, animation, 8 min

Director: Tereza Kovandová

Cinematography: Tereza Kovandová

Editing: Lukáš Hrdý, Tereza Kovandová

Sound: Predrag Doder

Animation: Tereza Kovandová

Red riding hood, Cinderella or Beauty and the Beast. Those and two more famous stories twisted into one minute episodes filled with dark humor, cynicism, and also a bit of modernization. Unpredictable storylines, love, sex, drugs and lack of happy ends. Fairy tales for the new millennium.

 

 

The Truck/Kamion

2017, Czech Republic, fiction, 9 min

Director: Michal Blaško, Adam Mach

Script: Michal Blaško, Adam Mach

Cinematography: Adam Mach

Editing: Filip de Pina

Sound: Ivan Ďurkech

Cast: Peter Havási

An abandoned truck is standing by a highway. The vehicle is parked by a forest, outside the parking spot. No one is present and license plate is foreign. The driver prepared well for this special journey but some unexpected events occurred.

 

 

Fishermen/Rybáři

Director, writer, animation, production design:Bara Anna Stejskalova

Producer:Ondřej Šejnoha

Production Manager:Marek Dusil

Cinematographer:Lourenco Sassetti Correa

Editor:Ilona MaláSet:Ondřej Slavík, Markéta Michálková, Bára Anna Stejskalová

Puppets:Eva Hodinková, Bára Anna Stejskalová

Animation:Bára Anna Stejskalová, Martin Pošta

Sound Editor:Karel Štulo

Post Production Supervisor:Jakub Ježek

Digital Effects:Jakub Ježek, Richard Dobřichovský, Jan Heusler, Bára Anna Stejskalová

Music:Prázdné Hory Jsou Plné Větru a Děště, Christian Farell

A short stop-motion film about manipulation and capability of holding onto one´s self-awereness technoly-driven age, told through the tale of fisherman and skeleton. Fisherman pulls a skeleton out of the frozen lake. He tries to escape, and hides in the dark, where he looks for comfort in cheap entertaintment. Yet the reality scratches on the window and fisherman´s hiding place quickly becomes a place full of nightmares. Manipulation, humanity, puppetry - the main themes of this film

UL AGRFT Ljubljana

The Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television has been a member of the University of Ljubljana since 1975. The Academy is committed to remain a leading and preeminent educational institution in the fields of theatre, radio, film and television. It has consolidated its position in theatre and film studies in Slovenia as well as internationally, and enriched many areas in creative and scientific output in Slovenia and abroad. 

 

 

 

The Delicious Disgust/ Slastni gnus

2016, Slovenia, fiction, 18 min

Director: Miha Možina

Script: Miha Možina, Varja Hrvatin

Cinematography: Jan Perovšek

Editing: Olga Michalik

Sound: Samo Jurca

Production: Nina Robnik

Cast: Petra Govc, Stane Tomazin, Matjaž Peklaj, Vojko Pavlica

A young microbiologist Petra is prepared to give all she's got to create a truly sensational product. Mmmm, it's so creamy and healthy...

 

 

Jogi and a Box/ Jogi in škatla

2016, Slovenia, fiction, 18 min

Director: Aron Horvath Botka

Script: Aron Horvath Botka, Lea Kukovičič

Cinematography: Jan Perovšek

Editing: Andrej Avanzo

Sound: Tristan Peloz

Production: Nina Robnik

Cast: Andraž Jug, Benjamin Krnetić, Maša Derganc, Primož Petkovšek

Two stoned dudes, Jogi and his friend Davor decide to return a lost shipment at their local post office but they encounter a grumpy postal worker and manage not to return it. Jogi decides to serach for the correct address, letting Davor no choice to argue. Good music, sunshine, every day struggle and a lost shipment is what their afternoon will be about.

 

 

Shoemaker/ Čevljarna

2017, Slovenia, fiction, 15 min

Director: Anton Martin Emeršič

Script: Tin Grabnar

Cinematography: Dejan Ulaga

Editing: Lukas Miheljak

Sound: Tristan Peloz

Production: Nina Robnik, Jožica Blatnik

Cast: Lara Vouk, Andraž Jug, Matija Rozman, Marjan Mittoni, Cirila Jelenc

Shoemaker is a visually exciting film without dialogue. It follows Veronica through a world full of feeble people and gloomy factories. She struggles to fight the coldness around her in spite of the ever watching eye of the authorities.