This film by Kateřina Turečková from FAMU, made in the form of a video game, points out the burning issues in today’s Hungary, all linked by 1 name: Viktor Orbán.
Viktor Orbán has been Hungary’s PM for 8 years. He amended the constitution and could thus change the electoral system, and he has taken over the judiciary and the media. Orbán, who spoke against Communism in the late 1980s, has reinstated an authoritarian regime in Hungary. In this docu-game the player/viewer moves through several levels, each addressing one of the wide range of the consequences of this situation, like insufficient healthcare, freedom of art, and even the closure of the Central European University in Hungary, despite the fact that Orbán himself was able to study thanks to a scholarship from Georg Soros, the school’s founder. But life is not a game one can switch off. It is a reality where information is the main weapon.
2018 - Illusion
2017 - Tradition
2016 - Lenka
2016 - As a Rabbit
2015 - Invertebrates
2015 - The Strip
2013 - Metrix
The tale of a professional marriage fraudster and his last victim, who, even after the truth is known, continues their relationship and waits for him to return from prison.
Central Bus Station
Tel Aviv's central bus station is one of the largest in the world. But the seven-storey concrete complex is straight out of a Kafka novel. People get lost here and the sixth floor is totally missing.
Retiree Petr Černý is a familiar face. For 7 years he was the moderator for Czech Independent Television – a constant on the Czech disinformation media scene.
Stories from the lives of Czech seniors who, despite their age and health condition, tirelessly find fulfilment in a variety of activities.
The board game Real(e)state, as played by some siblings at the Dejvice Railway Pub, is like a game of Russian roulette. The players experience for themselves how the housing market works in the real world and reveal the heartless reality in Czechia.
This documentary shot in an Eastern Slovak Roma settlement tracks a group of talented musicians who, despite difficult social conditions, try to get on stage at major music festivals.
The Good Death
Janette has an incurable disease, She know she can’t conquer death but she would like to be in control of how and when she dies. Now she is preparing for assisted suicide in Switzerland.
The Okamura Brothers
A populist politician, a devout Christian, and a successful architect – 3 brothers, each very different. The film offers a non-traditional view of one Czech-Japanese family.
A new film by Zuzana Piussi and Vít Janeček about how the inhabitants of the town of Kremnica in Slovakia opposed mining companies. Will their efforts achieve the desired goal?
Vote for Kibera
The documentary, set in one of the largest African slums, shows that even behind walls made of corrugated sheet metal and clay there are people striving to change their world for the better.