Winners were announced for the East Silver Market which took place at the 17th Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival.
Gottland is an omnibus film based on a Polish bestseller and directed by six FAMU film school students.
Czech producer Jiri Konecny looks at the disgraced subject of selective human breeding.
Czech director Andrea Culkova journeys back to 1940 to uncover the mystery of two Czech artists who seemingly disappear en route from Paris to Prague.
Award-winning Czech director Alice Nellis is a documentary on the subject of adoption.
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WARSAW: Narcolepsy sufferers are caught in a landscape that melds reality and the world of their dreams in Agnieszka Woszczynska's Polish documentary Laugh if You Can.
Prague: Director Ivo Bystrican takes a creative view of the morass that is the system for getting around the Czech Republic in Under (the) Construction, a film examining the trauma facing a 72-year-old engineer whose final project, a short stretch of the D8 motorway to Berlin, is held up for years in legal tangles.
PRAGUE: Armed with no end of ironic analysis, director Hana Novakova takes on modern Czech politics with the help of the south Bohemian bark beetle and several offbeat personalities in some way connected to it in her documentary An Artist Under the Bark of Our National Amusement Park, scheduled for release in October.
Czechoslovakia - The Destiny of a Canadian, by award-winning filmmaker Lukáš Přibyl, is slated for release in October, according to the Institute of Documentary Film.
PRAGUE: The disarming, award-winning Polish documentary Rabbit a la Berlin screens at Kino Světozor (www.kinosvetozor.cz/en/) in a celebration of the end of the Berlin Wall, which ironically gave the bunnies a safe haven for 28 years.