V minulém roce proběhl pilotní ročník jedinečného mezinárodního projektu KineDok, který přináší projekce autorských dokumentů obohacené o debaty s tvůrci filmů a odborníky nebo jiný zajímavý doprovodný program. Institut dokumentárního filmu letos zve na dalších 15 evropských dokumentů a nabízí možnost site-specific promítání kromě ČR, Slovenska, Maďarska, Rumunska a Chorvatska nově i divákům v Polsku a Norsku. V České republice budou moci fanoušci autorského dokumentu navštívit během roku na 150 projekcí na nejméně 25 nejrůznějších místech a seznámit se se současnou českou a evropskou dokumentární tvorbou.
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Talena Sanders is a filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist interested in the development of individual and collective senses of identity in the context of religious and affinity groups. Through examining the influences of visual and material culture, dress and adornment, and geographic place, her work seeks to understand the ways in which people produce their self-worth within and against social institutions...
Born 29.10.1965 in West-Berlin. Cheesed off with school, apprenticeship as baker succesful finished. First exhibition 1988, installations, “Endstation der Moderne”, group show, Stuttgarter Hof, Berlin March 1990 moving to East-Berlin, part of Tacheles first exhibition.
Marc Schmidt (1970) works as an independent director and location sound mixer of documentary films. After studies in filmtheory (Utrecht University) and media arts (Tilburg Art Academy), he initially worked as a sound engineer and video editor on a variety of film projects. He also directed a few short fiction films. But directing documentaries raised his interest, and gradually became his main occupation. The role of social codes in our lifes is a recurrent theme in his work. Among his films are SCHOOLYARD, a conceptual documentary about a schoolyard, filmed from his balcony and Bidcatcher, a visual impression of an auction, which won the prize for best documentary at the Tampere Filmfestival. Currently he is developing THE CHIMPANZEE COMPLEX, about the social process among traumatized chimpanzees. MATTHEW’S LAWS is a portrait of Marc Schmidt’s school friend Matthew and is so far his most personal film.
Lee Anne Schmitt is a writer and director of both film and performance events, working in film, writing, photography, and performance to create work that elevates the everyday elements of American life towards the level of cultural ritual. She has set out to explore the juncture between fiction and documentary that defines the ‘essay film’...