Black and White

Black and White

Black and White

Script: Krishna Wiswanath
Photography: František Tomík
Editing: Ludvík Pavlíček
Music: Josef Ceremuga
Producer, Co-producer: FAMU
Color: Black and white
Synopsis

This graduate project film made by an Indian student of the Documentary Department looks at the issue of racism in Czechoslovakia. One specific story of love and hate, of prejudice and good will, is expanded to include the experiences of other foreigners in the country. In addition to the protagonist’s narrative, the film is accompanied by a commentary by Antonín Navrátil.

Biography

Viswanath Krishna was one of the first foreigners to study at FAMU’s Documentary Department. One other of his films has been preserved in addition to his graduate project, specifically Woman 68.

Národní filmový archiv / Dagmar Ostřanská / Malešická 12 / 130 00 / Praha 3 / Czech Republic / dagmar.ostranska@nfa.cz / www.nfa.cz

 
Festival edition: 2016
Sections: Workshops: Prerequisites and Emergence of FAMU’s Documentary Department in 1963–1970
Screening:
26.10.2016 14:00
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