So it has to or it doesnt have to? Judge for yourself during the screening of Czech short films that encourage bittersweet reflections on the subject of life and the present day: searching for one’s place, roles and social expectations, problems in relations with others and with oneself. They also talk about what would change if we once fell out of the rhythm of duties, and for whom life begins after death. You will also learn what it is like with this famous Czech tolerance, how to deal with problematic household appliances, what can be seen in Skalsk and why some women wear such huge handbags.
A block of films prepared by the Czech Center in Warsaw, in a specific,
not devoid of absurdity and heavy humor way, will reveal to you the toil and beauty of everyday life, and inspire (perhaps) to search the right proportions in your own life.
Curator: Edyta Serafin (Czech Center Warsaw)
Podle Sylvie / Way of Sylvie, Verica Pospíšilová Kordić, 2019, 12′
Pračka / Washing Mashine, Alexandra Májová, 2020, 5′
Musí to být bolestivý / Must Be Painful, David Semler, 2020, 15′
Jsme si o smrt blíž / Love is Just a Death Away, Bára Anna Stejskalová, 2020, 11′
Days Off, Filip Blažek, 2018, 11’
Grandpa’s Journeys, Tereza Šimanovská, 2020, 4’
Don’t Be A Pussy, Jakub Jirásek, 2019, 20’