Near us, in the former mines, on mountain tops, on housing estates and at railway stations nature takes back what man stole. Wildlife film-essay about the resilient power and variety of ...
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Asia, Rayan and Ali find themselves imprisoned in their homeland, Iraq, because of the Western invasion. With their lives shattered and in a country where violence and religious war pose a threat to their health and well-being.
Three stories ; The Garden of Eden, The Open Country of a Lonely Man, Riedgost ; introduce the youngest generation of Czech filmmakers. They are linked through the similarity of their ... See full summary »
Seed is the first link in food chain, the embodiment of biodiversity and cultural diversity and also the symbol of life. The natural systems that sustain the seed, the agriculture and life ... See full summary »
The first film ever broadcasted in Roma language on Czech public TV without Czech subtitles. Good Heart is an adaptation of a Roma folk tale recounting an evening in a little cottage house in the countryside.
Cardio surgeon Sergey Sukhanov, who has performed more than 20000 operations on the open heart during his career, has always believed that the only values in this world are human life and ... See full summary »
Ebb and Tide by Akile Nazli Kaya is about a young woman who reads from her diaries about her life in the Czech Republic while showing the life of her parents, who also temporarily ... See full summary »
Near us, in the former mines, on mountain tops, on housing estates and at railway stations nature takes back what man stole. Wildlife film-essay about the resilient power and variety of Czech nature. Within the environment of open cast brown coalmines and spoil tips which is a reminder of a lunar landscape, one finds paradoxically a true tale of an impregnable wild countryside. For most people it is a symbol of an ecological catastrophe, same as the abandoned industrial complexes, former army training ranges or dense woods gobbled up by the bark beetle. But for nature they are untamed spots which bring with them a process of recuperation and self-preservation. Just beyond our backyard we see everyday dramas of animals and plants taking place which tend to fascinate us in films that come from the far reaches of our planet.Written by