PAF makes a selection of books, videos and music from its past and present available online. Catalogues of Events of the Czech Moving Image I & II are now available for free download.
We have also selected a video recording for you of the Punťa – Czech Mickey?lecture by Pavel Kořínekfrom the fifteenth year of PAF Olomouc. Additionally, we bring you another series of playlists compiled exclusively for PAF by visual artists and music producers TOLE, Shana Moulton, Jiří Havlíček and Isama Zing.
Two publications Catalogues of Events of the Czech Moving Image I & II are now available online.
The catalogues map the Czech art scene between 2000 and 2010. They offer an overview of the most important events of the moving image during the first decade of the twenty-first century, including the development of an event concept and its dramaturgical changes.
Catalogues of Events of the Czech Moving Image I & II free for download in PDF format
The literary historian Pavel Kořínek answers the question of whether the anthropomorphised dog Punťa managed to resist the Disney imperium with his “funny animals” genre and a well-thought-out merchandising strategy during the interwar Czechoslovakia. Kořínek’s lecture Punťa – Czech Mickey?took place in 2016 at the PAF Olomouc festival within the program section Why Look at Animals?.
We bring you another series of music playlists compiled for PAF by visual artists and music producers TOLE (Martin Kohout), Shana Moulton, Jiří Havlíček and Isama Zing. The playlists are available on Spotify or Soundcloud according to the author's choice:
Listen to our older playlists as well: