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Special Mention Documentaries:

Chickens, virus and us

Diretto da/Directed by: Filip Remunda

Prodotto da/Produced by: Filip Remunda (Hypermarket Film), Vít Klusák (Hypermarket Film), Czech Television

Montaggio/Editing: Hana Dvořáčková

Direttore della Fotografia/D.O.P.: Martin Tokár, Filip Remunda

Suono/Sound: Michal Gábor, Václav Flegl

Musica/Music: Michal Gábor, Václav Flegl

Durata/Running Time: 74’

Paese di produzione/Country of Production: Czech Republic 2021

Contatti/Contact: email@hypermarketfilm.cz

Biofilmografia: Filip Remunda è un regista e produttore ceco. Nel 2005 si è laureato presso il dipartimento di Film Documentario della FAMU nella classe di Karel Vachek. Durante i suoi studi ha frequentato la Sam Spiegel Film and Television School di Gerusalemme. Ha tenuto conferenze al Flaherty Documentary Seminar negli Stati Uniti. Ha co-fondato l’Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) ed è attivamente coinvolto in conferenze all’Ex Oriente Film, un workshop internazionale di sviluppo documentario organizzato da IDF. Dirige la società di produzione indipendente Hypermarket Film. Filmografia: “Chickens, Virus and Us” (2021), “Caught in the Net” (2020), “Once Upon a Time in Poland” (2020), “Gorbachev. Heaven” (2020), “Czech Journal: The Okamura Brothers” (2019), “Town of Glory” (2019), “The White World According to Daliborek” (2017), “The Limits of Work” (2017), “Little Mole & Laozi” (2016), “Czechs against Czechs” (2015), “Under the Sun” (2015), “Steam on the River” (2015), “The Gospel According to Brabenec” (2014), “Naked Nation” (2014), “The Good Driver Smetana” (2013), “The Prison of Art” (2012), “Kytlice, Zimmer Frei” (2012), “Czech Peace” (2010), “The Epochal Trip of Mr. Tříska’s to Russia” (2010), “Copper Age” (2010), “All for the Good of the World and Nosovice” (2010), “Osadne” (2009), “The Tadpole, the Rabbit and the Holy Spirit” (2007), “Czech Dream” (2004), “Village B.” (2001).

Biofilmography: Filip Remunda is a Czech director and producer. In 2005 he graduated from FAMU’s Department of Documentary Film in the class of Karel Vachek. During his studies he attended the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem. He lectured at the Flaherty Documentary Seminar in the USA. He co-founded the Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) and is actively involved in lecturing at the Ex Oriente Film, an international documentary development workshop organized by IDF. He runs the independent production company Hypermarket Film. Filmography: “Chickens, Virus and Us” (2021), “Caught in the Net” (2020), “Once Upon a Time in Poland” (2020), “Gorbachev. Heaven” (2020), “Czech Journal: The Okamura Brothers” (2019), “Town of Glory” (2019), “The White World According to Daliborek” (2017), “The Limits of Work” (2017), “Little Mole & Laozi” (2016), “Czechs against Czechs” (2015), “Under the Sun” (2015), “Steam on the River” (2015), “The Gospel According to Brabenec” (2014), “Naked Nation” (2014), “The Good Driver Smetana” (2013), “The Prison of Art” (2012), “Kytlice, Zimmer Frei” (2012), “Czech Peace” (2010), “The Epochal Trip of Mr. Tříska’s to Russia” (2010), “Copper Age” (2010), “All for the Good of the World and Nosovice” (2010), “Osadne” (2009), “The Tadpole, the Rabbit and the Holy Spirit” (2007), “Czech Dream” (2004), “Village B.” (2001).

Lingua/sottotitoli: Czech, sub ita


[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Sinossi: L’inizio delle riprese è iniziato nel marzo 2020, all’inizio della crisi del Coronavirus, quando ci siamo rifugiati nelle campagne di montagna con i nostri tre figli. Durante la navigazione in Internet, i bambini hanno trovato un video di un mercato alimentare asiatico. La telecamera vaga per il mercato mostrando serpenti, topi e altri animali selvatici sezionati, inclusi i pipistrelli. Sono rimasti scioccati nel vedere gabbie sovraffollate piene di cani e gatti destinati al macello. In un altro video, i bambini hanno appreso che il virus si sarebbe diffuso dagli animali selvatici agli esseri umani in un mercato simile a Wuhan, in Cina. Le riflessioni sul rapporto tra uomo e animale portano alla decisione di adottare i polli e mantenerli come fanno i loro vicini di casa.

Synopsis: The began of filming started in March 2020, at the onset of the coronavirus crisis, when we took refuge in the mountainous countryside with our three children. While surfing the internet, the children found a video from an Asian food market. The camera wanders through the marketplace showing dissected snakes, rats and other wild animals, including bats. They were shocked to see overcrowded cages full of cats and dogs destined for slaughter. In another video, the children learned that the coronavirus had reportedly spread from wild animals to humans in a similar marketplace in Wuhan, China. Reflections on the relationship between humans and animals lead them to the decision to adopt chickens and keep them as their local neighbours do.


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