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Jára Cimrman Lying, Sleeping

Jára Cimrman Lying, Sleeping (Czech: Jára Cimrman ležící, spící) is a 1983 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Ladislav Smoljak, about the fictional national hero Jára Cimrman.

Eastern Plays

Eastern Plays is the story of two alienated brothers, Hristo or Itso (Hristo Hristov), an artist woodcarver who is struggling with his methadone addiction, and Georgi (Ovanes Torosyan), a high school student who is dragged into a neo-Nazi gang.

Directed by Kamen Kalev
May 17, 2009 ( Cannes)
Running time 83 minutes
Country Bulgaria
Language Bulgarian


The World Is Big And Salvation Lurks Around The Corner

The film is directed by Stefan Komandarev and stars Miki Manojlović, Carlo Ljubek, Hristo Mutafchiev and Ana Papadopulu. It is based on the eponymous autobiographic novel by Bulgarian-German writer Ilija Trojanow.

The Ambulance

An absorbing documentary observing reality through the daily occupations of an ambulance service. Serbian With English subtitles.


Anthropoid is a 2016 epic war film directed by Sean Ellis, written by Ellis and Anthony Frewin and starring Cillian Murphy, Jamie Dornan, Charlotte Le Bon, Anna Geislerová, Harry Lloyd, and Toby Jones. It tells the story of Operation Anthropoid, the World War II assassination of Reinhard Heydrich by Exile Czechoslovak soldiers

Global Voices Comprehensive - Music and Culture of Azerbaijan

Author: Aida Huseynova; Mary Goetze; Jay Fern
Publisher: [New Palestine, Indiana] : Mj & Associates, 2007.
Series: Global voices comprehensive.
Edition/Format:    DVD video : CD for computer : Music   Sound Recording   Computer File : English
This video highlights the music and culture of Azerbaijan.

Heart of a Dog

Heart of a Dog (Russian: Собачье сердце, translit. Sobachye serdtse) is a black-and-white 1988 Soviet television film directed by Vladimir Bortko. It is based on Mikhail Bulgakov's novel Heart of a Dog.

Pearls of the Czech New Wave

Of all the cinematic New Waves that broke over the world in the 1960s, the one in Czechoslovakia was among the most fruitful, fascinating, and radical. With a wicked sense of humor and a healthy streak of surrealism, a group of fearless directors—including eventual Oscar winners Miloš Forman and Ján Kadár—began to use film to speak out about the hypocrisy and absurdity of the Communist state. A defining work was the 1966 omnibus film Pearls of the Deep, which introduced five of the movement’s essential voices: Věra Chytilová, Jaromil Jireš, Jiří Menzel, Jan Němec, and Evald Schorm.

Translit in Translation #2

Founded in 2005, [Translit] is an independent small press publishing and a literary and theoretical journal presenting a community of artists, poets, philosophers and humanities scholars. By publishing poems, criticism, theoretical essays, and graphics, the Journal’s editorial board seeks to thematize various fields of confrontation in modern literary theory and literary process, addressing broad artistic, academic and activist contexts.

It's No Good

It's No Good by Kirill Medvedev
Ugly Duckling Presse