Two Czech films will compete in the feature-length documentary competition
June 5, 2012, 1:10 PM
Čas cinema will host the world premiere of the new film by Czech RAPublic creators Pavel Abrahám and Tomáš Bojar, Two Nil (Dva nula), while the competition also welcomes back icon of Czech documentary filmmaking Helena Třeštíková with her latest real-time documentary Private Universe (Soukromý vesmír).
Winner of the Best Documentary from KVIFF 2006 Timo Novotny (Life in Loops) will try to defend his Crystal Globe with his new film Trains of Thoughts. The filmmakers behind The Mother, Pavel Kostomarov and Antoine Cattin, are bringing over their recently completed portrait of Aleksei German, Hard To Be God (Dur d´etre dieu). The 1980s East German skateboard scene is the subject of the dynamic film This Ain´t California, and we take a look inside a house of ill repute for transvestites located in a conservative Uruguayan village in the documentary The Bella Vista (El Bella Vista).
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