Česká republika, 2014, 63 min
L.Šavelková, T.Petráň, M.Durňak
The film is about the lacrosse, and its importance for the Haudenosaunee people (represented by the Iroquois Nationals), and for the Czech people (represented by the lacrosse organisations, scouts, and woodcrafters). In 2011, the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship was held in Prague, the Czech Republic. It was the first time when the Iroquois National lacrosse men’s team visited the Czech Republic, using their Haudenosaunee passports.
However, the film is not focused only on reporting of the Championship agenda. Furthermore, it highlights the essential spiritual, political and sport aspects of the lacrosse for the Haudenosaunne and Czech communities. It also explains the formation of this originally Native American game in the Central Europe, including the hint of political issues in the formercommunist Czechoslovakia.
Directors: L.Šavelková, T. Petráň, M. Durňak
Camera: T.Petráň, M.Durňak, V. Barák, P.Řezáč, P. Záruba
Edit: T.Petráň, M.Durňak
Language of dialogues: Czech, English
Langue of subtitles: Czech, English