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„I tried to catch all the feelings and small movements“

INTERVIEW with Paweł Łoziński about his latest film You Have No Idea How Much I Love You – MARTA OBRŠÁLOVÁ Česká verze textu je dostupná zde / Czech-language version of the text is available here Paweł Łoziński is Polish director, cameraman and producer of documentary films. He is the author of more than 20 documentaries winning awards at international festivals. He makes distinctive, emotionally charged do ...

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Scott Barley: Creating in the Digital Era

INTERVIEW with the experimental filmmaker Scott Barley – MILAN KROULÍK – The work of the Welsh experimental filmmaker Scott Barley (b. 1992) can be characterized by its obsession with the night and a sense for the cosmic. Watching one of his films is to be immersed into a world of landscapes, plants and animals shrouded in a deep, dark night or cold fog. The presence of the medium used, be it film or digita ...

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Robin Veith: Mad Men doesn’t give the audience what they want

INTERVIEW with the television writer Robin Veith – VERONIKA ZÝKOVÁ – Mad Men (2007–2015), winning five Emmy Awards and four Golden Globes, is one of the most successful TV shows. Because the second half of Mad Men’s final season premieres these days (from April 5, 2015), we believe it is an appropriate time to finally publish an interview with Robin Veith, who spent three years with Mad Men. Robin was not o ...

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Towards a dialogue between Czech and Iranian film industry

INTERVIEW with Kaveh Daneshmand, artistic director of Iranian Film Festival - JANA BÉBAROVÁ -  Czech-language version of the interview can be found here. / Česká verze rozhovoru je k dispozici zde. Just one month after winding up the 4th Iranian Film Festival in Prague, you and the Prague Film School succeeded in arranging a number of open-to-public workshops with the acclaimed actress Leila Hatami. How did ...

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„Television and web will converge“

INTERVIEW with the programmer of Changing Channels at IFF Rotterdam, Inge de Leeuw – MARTIN KUDLÁČ – Slovenská verze rozhovoru je zde. Slovak version of the interview is here. The 42nd edition of Rotterdam's Film Festival did equally zealously and progressively as features and shorts screened also TV and web series. Festival dramaturgy focused one of its sections exclusively on episodic storytelling. The vi ...

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Cinematic London

TÉMA – FILM A MĚSTO: Interview with Charlotte Brunsdon – MILAN HAIN - Czech version of the interview is available here / česká verze rozhovoru je dostupná zde Charlotte Brunsdon is author of London in Cinema (London : BFI, 2007) and editor, with Jon Burrows, of a special issue of the Journal of British Cinema and Television (6.2, 2009) on ‘Screen Londons’. Her most recent book is a study of G. F. Newman’s 1 ...

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„Story was of first importance“

INTERVIEW with designer and animator Nicole Tostevin - VERONIKA ZÝKOVÁ - Nicole Tostevin is the owner and designer of a small creative studio Redhead Productions. Evolving from music to graphic art, she created the award-winning, computer animated film Suspended Abbey (1991), before joining the graphics team at Broderbund and specialized in rotoscoped animations for the enormously successful video games: Pr ...

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„I had to find new levels of motivation“

INTERVIEW with animator and director Joseph Pierce - VERONIKA ZÝKOVÁ - Joseph Pierce is a young British animator, who, amongst his other projects (e.g. experimental short State of Nature and music video for the band Enter Shikari) created award-winning shorts Stand Up (2008) and A Family Portrait (2009). In these films he used rotoscoping for creating realistic movements of characters, but with additional a ...

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„If I knew the end of my film, I would not start the journey“

INTERVIEW with Rick Raxlen, experimental animator and filmmaker - VERONIKA ZÝKOVÁ - Rick Raxlen is an independent Canadian filmmaker, whose film and video work has been screened internationally (e.g. in National Gallery in Ottawa, AGGV, HotWired AnimationExpress and the Museum of Modern Art in New York). Between the years 1967 and 1976 he made several short films with NFB (National Film Board of Canada), he ...

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„I wanted to capture real New York“

INTERVIEW with animator and writer Andy London - VERONIKA ZÝKOVÁ - Andy London is New York based director, writer and animator. With his wife, Carolyn, he runs a production company London Squared Productions (since 1999). They created award winning films: stop motion animated shorts Subway Salvation (2003), The Back Brace (2004), short feature I'm in the Mood for Death and rotoscoped short A Letter to Colle ...

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