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Rozálie Kohoutová is a Czech documentary film director. She is mostly interested in topics connected with the life of Romany minority. Since 2006 she has studied documentary filmmaking at the Film Academy in Prague (FAMU). Her movie Roma Boys that she made during her Bachelor studies was awarded the best student film at Famufest 2009.
O topanki (14´, ČR, 2007)
Vetřelci a volavky (26´, ČR, 2008)
Velmistr (19´, ČR, 2008)
Roma Boys-Příběh lásky/ Roma Boys-The Love Story (30´, ČR, 2009)
Gottland (120', Czech Republic, 2014)
Gottland (Orig.) / 2014 / Tjekkiet / 103 min
Polish journalist Mariusz Szczygieł describes the Czech Republic, the subject of his book Gottland, as a country of horror, sadness, and grotesque that not even Kafka could have dreamt up. Inspired by his stories, five Czech documentarians made a film that explores the boundary of documentary and reenactment...
Vetřelci a volavky (Orig.) / 2008 / Tjekkiet / 26 min
The documentary Aliens and Herons portraits the fate of the sculptures from the Communist so called normalization era in the Czech public space. Why does it always have to be innocent sculptures who suffer from political change?