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There are things in the world that can't be explained logically. An artist from Blatná who often lives in India tries to break our stereotypes about the country with her portraits of Indian passers-by.
Blaring brass music, tombola, beer, shots of alcohol - and, above all, dance! One of today's most valued Czech documentarists will take us to hunters' balls and to senior dance parties.
American photographer tells the stories of people that would otherwise be forgotten - this one is about the long fight of Hector Garcia with his obesity that isolated him from society in his parents' house for many years.
A rising star of international street photo from Bangladesh captures the coexistence of people and animals in the streets and flats of Dhaka - and, with humour, shows us how interconnected our worlds are.
The USA is divided by immense, scarcely inhabitated plains that have so far escaped the interest of photographers. Dirt Meridian is a visual epic about the space between the East and West coasts and its people.
Expressively poetic diary of visions, emotions, dreams, nightmares from the past, love and rebirth from a Polish artist, whom photography helped cope with the life after his return from anti-alcoholic treatment.
A classic series by a noted Czech artist is an intimate view of woman's roles and duties through her life and the society. Fotojatka will screen a selection from a wider collection, which was 30 years in the making.
In the dreamlike works of the Finnish artist, camera obscura allows us to see not only the faces of the people portraited, but also their personal space (the interior) and their social space (the exterior of their living space).
A simple idea of a Spanish artist and graphic designer - to combine vintage portraits with found objects - has gained her thousands of followers on Instagram as well as several exhibitions and publications.
So far, the colourful, compositionally tight minimalistic pictures of the Czech globetrotter were to be found mostly on Instagram and Facebook. Fotojatka will now present them to a wider audience.
Lesser known works by the noted Czech photographer, educator and theoretician "from the years when so much was demanded and so little allowed" document the common life of a common man in socialism.
Czech only with a short English annotation - contains:
- short and longer festival description
- short annotation for cinemas / clubs
- screening dates
- brief festival history.
Contains press release, festival logo in high resolution and some photos by this year's artists for publicity purposes.
Contains separate posters for Brno, Praha and České Budějovice in print and web resolution plus a universal poster which you can fill in with your own date and place.
An MP4 video file in FullHD resolution (1920×1080 px) with dates and places of the main festival events