Invasion of the Alien Species

Invasion of the Alien Species takes place in China yet the stories have global implication. Through real stories, tense plots and visual documentation of rarely-seen aspects of nature and science, the documentary brings the audience to the frontline of the invasion of alien species.

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KERNOW: Following the steps of Celts in Cornwall

A student documentary and at the same time a record of the journey of three students who try to map out the current situation of Celts in Cornwall. This most western tip of England is inhabited by Cornwallians who are proud of their Celtic roots.

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in What we Trust

Sex, potatoes, weapons – the alchemical substance called money can transform anything into anything. It’s created from nothing, multiplies exponentially and generates value from its scarcity. Seemingly a medium of exchange, only 2 % of its entirety is used for the exchange of goods and services. Humanity’s most consequential invention is both brilliant and fatal.

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Astronomical studies

Astronomical studies are in fact a documentation of the meeting of artists and students of the Film Academy on the topic of astronomy. During two summer nights they observed the stars and constellations using cheap as well as professional telescopes. The result were various longitudinal records of the stars and the sky.

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Hell on a plate: Coffee

A programme in which Roman Vaněk criticises the state of Czech cuisine and dining, gives his advice and discusses some types of foods. Coffee – Coffee as seen by Roman Vaněk and the expert bartender Michal Křížek.

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Hell on a plate: Greenland spread

A programme in which Roman Vaněk criticises the state of Czech cuisine and dining, gives his advice and discusses some types of foods. Greenland spread – how much food additives can the so-called greenland spread hold?

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Hell on a plate: Frozen pizza

A programme in which Roman Vaněk criticises the state of Czech cuisine and dining, gives his advice and discusses some types of foods. Frozen pizza – an analysis of frozen ham pizzas from supermarkets.

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Hell on a plate: Pickled saussage

A programme in which Roman Vaněk criticises the state of Czech cuisine and dining, gives his advice and discusses some types of foods. Pickled saussage – Czech butcher speciality this time virtually meatless.

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Plants to farm drugs

This is the story of a special drug farm in Aachen (Germany). PHARMA PLANTA is a big european scientific project funded by the European Commission and tries to manufacture drugs by putting genetic material into plants.

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The Revolution of the Throne: The Fabulous Story of Poop

Despite their importance, toilets and what goes in them remain taboo! So for those with a delicate disposition we’ll adopt code names. The toilet is the Throne, its fragnant contents the Rose. Our journey begins with the seats of the Roman Empire, followed by royal thrones and state of the art Japanese creations. Although London […]

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Holy Dung: The Fabulous Story of Poop

A single cow can eliminate 65 000 litres of dung every year. It shows just how important pooping is in the life of a cow. Dung, poop, manure, droppings, crap, turd… Despite this colourful vocabulary, animal faeces is a rather icky, not a popular topic of conversation. So whenever possible, we will use a perfumed […]

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Bees Extinction, Solving the Mystery

An acute analysis of an alarming international phenomenon. Here, the inquiry is about the bees that are vanishing from the face of the planet. It is a spreading disaster, fi rst spotted in November 2006. Losses sometimes reach 90% of a beehive population. In a world where an agriculture depends on bees to pollinate, the […]

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