audiovisual screenings of creative photography
brno / kino art
praha / kino aero
české budějovice / kino kotva
Noted Czech photographer and Kladno patriot will introduce a "postcard" of Kladno of 1970s and 1980s, composed of his best documentary images of the iron city and its inhabitants.
In his series or urban landscapes from the outskirts of Moscow this Latvian authors explores the undefinable border between the town and the nature as well as between the image and its medium.
British author who took the notion of photography that shows more than the surface literally: he uses a set of various x-rays to create all his photos. Be it everyday objects or a boeing, all of them reveal not only fragile poetry, but also the author's fascination with lethal rays, penetrating everything that surrounds us.
In his series The Last Empire, this Russian photojournalist and multiple World Press Photo award winner will lead us through all corners of the former Soviet Union twenty years after its fall.
It doesn't happen often that a photographer tries to envision our hidden fears of the end of civilization, of a catastrophy, of death. In his Underland series, Johann Ryno de Wet takes a look at the forebodings that dwell deep in our minds.
Noted Polish photojournalist will present two series - both Přední polský dokumentarista představí hned dvě série - v obou ovšem nabízí svůj neopakovatelný pohled na současné Polsko, zejména na oblasti, které se nalézají mimo městská centra.
Award-winning collection of comparative double-portraits of Czechs aged 100 and their photos from their youth tries to answer the question how the life influences the physiognomy of a man, what remains and what is lost from his appearance.
London-based photographer, whose shots don't need commentary or explanation - just a smile or a laugh.
In Skies, the camera directs the viewer’s eyes from the courtyards of apartment houses up to the pure white sky. Voids meet times and lights. The series listens to the vertical dialogue between man’s two homes, earth and heaven, paying homage to Theaters (1975–2001) by Hiroshi Sugimoto.
For this Canadian-American author, the series of interrogated people is not only a documentary of a meeting between the Power of the State and an individual's fate, but also an essay on the principles used by the Power to control us - no matter whether we are interrogators or prisoners.
365 days, 365 trees. A documentation of a year-long performance, during which the author climbed a different tree each day – in meticulously selected environs and fitting clothing – is an entertaining and surprising diary of passing time, seasons changing and often also a witness to the author's acrobatic feats.
cityLAB – a well-known series by a well-known Czech commercial and portrait photographer. Emotionally charged walk through the streets of world's cities in the author's trademark style, this time as a slideshow with music.