I Love My Boring Life / 30 noiembrie / 20h00 / Centrul Ceh
un eveniment Centrul Ceh sustinut de Pilsner Urquell
CASTIGATORUL SECTIUNII CEHESTI DE LA JIHLAVA
De-a lungul celor 12 ani de existenta Festivalul International de Filme Documentare de la Jihlava, festival competitiv de documentare creative a devenit cel mai mare eveniment de acest gen din Europa centrala. Evenimentul este specific datorita atmosferei sale informale, caracterului discutiilor, sprijinului sistematic a filmelor documentare si a activitatilor de publicare. Pe langa premiile acordate de juriu in fiecare an se mai acorda: Premiul Publicului si Premiul pentru Contributia la Cinematografia Mondiala.
In acest an Festivalul International de Filme Documentare de la Jihlava s-a desfasurat in perioda 27.10 – 1.11. Asemenea editiilor anterioare la Centrul Ceh va asteptam cu proiectia filmului castigator la sectiunea Film Documentar Cehesc.
Castigatorii sectiunii Film Documentar Cehesc ai ultimilor ani:
2008 – Vit Janecek: Ivetka and the Mountain
2007 – Ondrej Provaznik, Martin Dusek: A Town Called Hermitage
2006 – Jan Sikl: A Low-level Flight
2005 – Miroslav Janek: Vierka, or The Mystery of Family B’s Disappearance
2004 – Vit Klusak, Filip Remunda: Czech Dream
I LOVE MY BORING LIFE
Mam rada nudny zivot, Rep. Ceha, 2009, 26 min
Regie: Jan Gogola
VO ceha / Subtitrari in engleza
Timp de cinci ani Alena Nemcova a notat in jurnalul ei activitati zilnice, vise, retete, ganduri specifice varstei. Filmul prezinta viata pe care Alena o traieste in casa ei, o secventa a lumii si in acelasi timp un spatiu pentru diferite evenimente. La fel ca jurnalul si viata ei, filmul reuneste in acelasi timp povesti amuzante si serioase, personale si sociale, de zi cu zi sau atemporale. O viata plictisitoare, dar nu monotona.
Intentia filmului este de a arata ca limitele impuse de oameni sunt de fapt determinate de limitele propriei tale perceptii.
+ o surpriza : )
During the 12 years of its existence, the competition festival of creative documentary film from Jihlava has become the greatest event of its kind in Central Europe. Its traditional motto is “Thinking Through Film!”. The festival is specific for its informal atmosphere, discussion character, systematic support of documentaries as well as publishing activities.
Besides the prizes awarded by juries, the Audience Prize and the Contribution to World Cinematography Award are awarded each year.
This year the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival festival was held from October 27th to November 1st in the city of Jihlava in the Vysocina region. Like after the previous festival editions the Czech Center is going to screen the winning film from the section of the Czech Documentary Film.
I LOVE MY BORING LIFE
The documentary traces the diary of a grandmother from the Prague neighbourhood of Zbraslav as a diary of eternity.
Using informal language, Alena Nemcova from Zbraslav has been writing down weather forecasts, dreams, morning exercises, recipes, regular house bustle, global events as well as notes concerning relationships, religion and the general spirit of the age – matters of a private, family, social, real and also surreal nature. The film captures the life in her house, as a place that could represent a slice of the world and merge various events and connections, both of a daily and timeless nature. It points out that banality can indeed be part of our perception but not of the world itself. The device is just a change of banality to singularity.
Jan Gogola born in 1971, is working as director, script editor and lecturer at FAMU (Film and TV school of Academy of Performing Arts) in Prague; formerly a commissioning editor for Czech TV, he resumed his filmmaking career last year. He graduated from the Faculty of Journalism, Charles University and from the Department of Documentary Films at FAMU. As a script editor Gogola has been involved in the making of numerous documentaries, e.g., Czech Dream (dir. Filip Remuda, Vit Klusak); 66 Seasons (dir. Peter Kerekes); Cooking History (dir. Peter Kerekes); Lost Holiday (dir. Lucie Kralova); Private Century (dir. Jan Sikl), and others.Tweet