This short and inventive film is an excellent example of perfect pixilation – a technique of animating live actors. We watch a performer on a stage doing tricks with a corn-cob. But sometimes things tend to get out of hand…which, however, does not diminish his success with the audience.
A story of a lonely illustrated graffiti-tiger whose home are walls and facades of Prague houses. The city full of sprayed dirty streets and corners is a wild jungle where the tiger looks for a way to find his lost love.
Černobyl is a post-apocalyptic vision of a famous love story by this progressive duo of the Czech alternative music scene. Those who were discovering the world of computer games during the 1990s will find the music video familiar.
In a smooth single-take ride, the author takes us all the way from the underground to heaven through a modern industrial building. Mutanti hledaj východisko’s music video may have a slower tempo, but its atmosphere is all the more deep and intense.
The author of this notable black-and-white music video for V tom šírom poli is Andrej Kolenčík, known under the nickname Admiral. The song, much like the music video itself, was inspired by a dark Slovakian ballad about a coldblooded murderer.
It can be safely said that Jaromír Plachý is a specialist in making music videos for DVA. After his successful music videos for Nunovó tango (2009) and Mulatu (2014), he made an animated music video for Vespering.
Finnish director Katarina Lillvist has been based in the Czech Republic for 25 years and follows in the best tradition of Czech puppet animation. We can see it in her latest work, BabyBox, in which a social drama suddenly turns into an incredible farce.