Archive of films I Go Where I Want / Půjdu, kam chci
2007, 28 min
Section: Documentary Films - Competition
This intimate portrait of Radůza allows us a glimpse of the professional and private life of one of the most distinctive artists on the Czech music scene. The film is interwoven with a series of clips taken from Radůza’s concerts throughout her career, along with frank interviews explaining her life philosophy which, with her typical light touch, she imprints on her songs.
This documentary portrait of Radůza allows us a glimpse of the professional and private life of one of the most distinctive artists on the Czech music scene. Singer Zuzana Navarová had a fundamental influence on the young talented singer-songwriter, who encouraged Radůza to study at the Conservatoire. Since Radůza was unable to find any band with whom she could identify, she has always performed on her own. Her intrinsic need for absolute freedom is also projected into her private life. Olga Špátová’s intimate film is interwoven with a series of excerpts taken from Radůza’s concerts throughout her career, along with frank interviews explaining her life philosophy.
About the director
Olga Špátová (b. 1984) is the daughter of famous documentarists Olga Sommerová and Jan Špáta. She began making amateur films at the age of fifteen. For four of them she won 23 awards at international festivals. She works behind the camera on documentaries by her mother. Selected filmography: Alone (2002), Passing (2003), (Un)censored Discussions (2005), Love Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (2006), The Women of Charter 77 (Jana Hlavsová) (2007), I’ll Go Where I Want (2007).
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About the film
|Section:||Documentary Films - Competition|
|Dir. of Photography:||Olga Špátová|
|Producer:||Richard Němec, Miloš Gruber|
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