THE BUILDING – a site-specific project / 23 mai / 20h00 / Centrul Ceh
un eveniment Centrul Ceh sustinut de Pilsner Urquell
Un film documentar de Erika Hnikova filmat in timpul editiei din 2006 a 4+4 DAYS IN MOTION FESTIVAL, ce a avut loc intr-o cladire dezafectata, fosta clinica stomatologica, din centrul Pragai, langa Piata Wenceslas. Documentarul inregistreaza transformarea cladirii abandonate intr-un local artistic deosebit, prin interventia a zeci de artisti din diverse domenii. Artisti, arhitecti, dansatori, designeri de lumina, muzicieni si alti artisti s-au intalnit in interiorul cladirii si au interpretat in mod propriu motto-ul „O lume fara defecte?“ O sursa de inspiratie pentru Bucuresti?
+ prezentarea Festivalului 4+4 DAYS IN MOTION sustinuta de Marketa Cerna (fondatoarea si directoarea festivalului)
A documentary film by Erika Hnikova shot over the course of the 4+4 Days in Motion Festival in 2006, set in a former dentistry clinic in a building in the centre of Prague next to Wenceslas’ square. The documentary records the transformation of the abandoned building into a unique site-specific artistic intervention by dozens of artists from various fields. Fault rectification, repair, problem, diagnosis, research, laboratory. Artists, architects, dancers, light designers, musicians, and other artist who met up inside the building interpreted the motto “A world without flaws?” in their own way…. An inspiration for Bucharest?
Erika Hnikova is a Czech documentary filmmaker. She studied at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU). Her films won several prizes while she was still a student at FAMU. In 2001 she won Honourable Mention at Ekofilm in Cesky Krumlov for her film Ctyri kroky dvojpulka (Four Steps Quarter Turn); in 2002 for the same film she won the Josef and Marie Hlavka Talent Award at Academia Film Olomouc and Honourable Mention in the documentary film category at the FAMU Festival for the film Nase trida (Our Class). Her graduation film, Zeny pro meny (Beauty Exchange), enjoyed success in cinemas and on DVD, and in 2004 she won the Audience Award at the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival. Her second feature-length documentary was the 2006 film Sejdeme se v Eurokempu (I Guess We’ll Meet at the Eurocamp).Tweet