ČR, 2012, 4 min
Anna Becková & Lucie Benčíková & Martin Jakub
Film "Úsvitu " tries to infiltrate into the life of one group which protests " against current political situation, consumerism and uniformity". By distribution of posters the group tries to enter to public media sphere of streets and point out what people in this group feel like oppresion or attack on freedom of a man. This battle against capitalism is headed by three guys of „Úsvitu“. Dissatisfaction, opinions and emotions felt from society are main things which connect these guys. Using "film language", the authors try to convey the viewer not only their collective beliefs and feelings, but also specific and personal vision of the world.
Director: Anna Becková & Lucie Benčíková & Martin Jakub
Production: Department of Anthropology of University of Bohemia
Language of dialogues: Czech
Language of subtitles: -
ČR, 2012, 43 min
Kateřina Bubeníčková & Lenka Vochocová
The documentary follows the invasion of inquisitive filmmakers-cum-agroturists in Gerník, a Czech village in the Romanian province of Banát. Members of the team of the Prague-based NGO Inventura, co-authors of the documentary Earthlings, who will you vote for?, travelled to Banát to create a portrait both of a village dying out and of an anthropologist who fights with romantic fantasies about Czech villages in this locality. Is the village, which is being abandoned by whole families who leave for allegedly better life in the Czech Republic, a paradise on Earth, a fully preserved countryside of the 19th century? What do those who stayed think and what were their reasons? How do new media and wind farms fit into the idealized image of the traditional agrarian region?
Kateřina Bubeníčková and Lenka Vochocová work for NGO called „Inventura“. The main aim of this NGO is try to change public ideas about life of people with mental disability and try to integrate these people to the public via visible of their art work.
Director: Kateřina Bubeníčková & Lenka Vochocová
Production: o.s. Inventura
Language of dialogues:Czech
Language of subtitles:Czech
UK, 2010, 57 min
The film focuses on identity and discrimination in everyday lives of transgendered Brazilians living in Sao Paulo. Fabia Mirassos projects her life through the role of Meg, a transsexual hairdresser confronting intolerance and re-living memories of abuse. Savana 'Bibi' Meirelles plays Zilda who makes her living as one of the many transgendered sex workers in Sao Paulo, as she struggles to find her way out of prostitution.