web documentary: Hit-to-Kill

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The project Hit-to-Kill is set up in parallel with the dynamics of political negotiations and progress of the missile defense program, therefore it is designed as an open structure in continuous dialogue concerning the future changes and development of the related events on this issue.

The first edited version of the documentary outlines the period between the signature of the Missile Defense Agreement in Czech Republic and Poland in summer 2008 and the suspension of the 2007 European missile defense program by Obama Administration on 17th of September, 2009.

During the expedition with two women activists (with one in Poland and with the other in Czech Republic) to the “future” U.S. military bases in Redzikowo (Poland) and Brdy (Czech Republic), some of the past (Cold War) and current events are exposed through four interrelated chapters: (1)The Politics of Security, (2)The Quest for Global Dominance, (3)You. Yes, You. You Control the Information Age and (4)Translating Democracy, that emphasize political and strategic elements of the deployment of U.S. antimissile shield in Europe to question the concepts such as security, global dominance, democracy, propaganda and resistance.

short documentary: Copycat

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Copycat is a short documentary about suicide. Through the re-enactment of some of the scenes from Roman Polanski’s film The Tenant, archive footage, film fragments and the interviews with a psychoanalyst, a psycologist, a psychiatrist, a writer and an art curator, the film focuses on the copycat effect to question media representation as well as psychological and social causes of suicide.