Jan Hošek: The World According to Termites

Did you know that all termites in the world weigh together as much as all people PLUS all ants together? And that they create so much greenhouse gasses that without termites global temperature would drop quite a few degrees?… The fascinating world of termites is the topic of a documentary film co-produced by the Czech […]

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Rafel Duran: Cyborgs Among Us

  There are cyborgs among us today – people whose body and perception are enhanced by implanted chips. The makers of the French-Spanish film Cyborgs Among Us map the current state of transhumanism – from underground garages to top technology labs. Will we all be artificial organisms one day?

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Toxic Chemicals: Kids in Danger

  We keep drugs and detergents out of the reach of children so that they don’t poison themselves. It is almost pointless: 130 other chemicals get inside their body everyday, chemicals that are undoubtedly harmful to human health. French documentary Toxic Chemicals: Kids in Danger asks where these substances come from and who profits from […]

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Jan Svatoš: Lessons in Wilderness & Causa Carnivora

  The director and photographer Jan Svatoš won the Student Jury Award for his film wildWorks at last year’s festival. This year, two of his films, Lessons in Wildness and Causa Carnivora were selected for the main competition. We show the first of the films in premiere on Wednesday 14th October at 1.30 pm at the Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural […]

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