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Czech Track
While identically strict selection rules apply for the submission of Czech and foreign films, the participation of Czech films at Febiofest has increased over the years, leading to this year's unique edition where they have their own section, Czech Track. It complements the presentation of Czech productions and co-productions in the prestigious New Europe Competition, the provocative Upstream section, and films with Czech production participation in the tribute to the Slovenian director Jan Cvitkovic and in Focus Macedonia. Czech Track introduces five films, including the world premiere of Murderous Tales. Directed by Jan Bubenicek, the film offers three short stories connected by theme of heroism and death which playfully combine various 2D and 3D techniques, including motion capture and puppets. Jan Budar and Pavel Landovsky appear in the Tarantino-esque adventures of small and big (anti)heroes. New Czech production is further represented by the feature debuts of two fresh graduates of the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Martin Jelinek's Road-Movie focuses on a seemingly aimless journey of a young couple in a vintage red Ford, while Vit Zapletal's Dust of the Ground offers an oppressive meditation on family and dying. Apart from the three debuting directors, the section presents a brand new film by an acclaimed director, Petr Vaclav, whose previous film, The Way Out, won seven Czech Lion awards out of ten nominations in 2014. We Are Never Alone premiered at this year's Berlinale. The chilling, highly relevant mosaic of stories set near the border is simultaneously socially critical, provocative in its empathy with the outcast protagonists, and cinematically refined in its visual style and acting performances (Karel Roden, Lenka Vlasakova, and the director's discovery, Klaudia Dudova). The section is completed by The Red Spider, which was made in international co-production. The ambitious thriller with its unsettling, analytical detachment of beautifully composed imagery interprets a horrifying “murderous tale”, inspired by a real case of serial murders in Poland in the 1960s, and examines the irresistible magnetism of human monsters.
Dust of the Ground / Prach / Prach (Czech Republic) Director: Vít Zapletal (Czech Track )
Murderous Tales / Smrtelné historky / Smrtelné historky (Czech Republic, Slovakia) Director: Jan Bubeníček (Czech Track )
The Red Spider / Czerwony pajak / Červený pavouk (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia) Director: Marcin Koszałka (Czech Track )
Road-Movie / Road-Movie / Road-Movie (Czech Republic) Director: Martin Jelínek (Czech Track )
We Are Not Alone / Nikdy nejsme sami / Nikdy nejsme sami (Czech Republic) Director: Petr Václav (Czech Track )
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