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Films By Bretislav Pojar

Boom (Bretislav Pojar, 1979)
Made as a co-production between Short Film Prague and the United Nations, the film underlines the vital need for disarmament The film was awarded the Special Prize of the Jury for Short Films at Cann… Read more

E (Bretislav Pojar, 1981)
Am ordinary citizen suffers from a visual defect which affects his perception of things. People around him see that he has treatment and is cured ... Read more

Ideal (Bretislav Pojar, 1963)
A satirical comment on human foibles, built around the theme of a man searching for his ideal. ... Read more

Nightangel (Jacques Drouin, Bretislav Pojar, Alexeiff-Parker, 1986)
A man prone to daydreaming suddenly loses his sight Overnight, the world becomes a frightening place. Luckily, an angel watches over him. ... Read more

The Lion and the Ditty (Bretislav Pojar, 1959)
A winner of the Grand Prix at the International Festival of Animated Films at Annecy, this fable symbolizes the supremacy of true art over cruelty and violence. ... Read more

The Little Umbrella (Bretislav Pojar, 1956)
A puppet review which is a variant on the theme of inanimate objects that start moving at night under the direction of a strange sprite in top hat and frock coat. ... Read more

The Orator (Bretislav Pojar, 1962)
A brief anecdotal story of a fanatical orator who pro­duces and polishes a speech which evokes unexpected images in the minds of his listeners. ... Read more

To See or Not to See (Bretislav Pojar, 1969)
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