Karel Kachyňa

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Karel Kachyňa
Karel Kachyňa 1990.jpg
Karel Kachyňa during a visit of the Malmö Film Festival, 1990
Born(1924-05-01)1 May 1924
Vyškov, Czechoslovakia
Died12 March 2004(2004-03-12) (aged 79)
Prague, Czech Republic
OccupationFilm director
Years active1950–2004

Karel Kachyňa (1 May 1924 – 12 March 2004) was a Czech film director. His career spanned over five decades. He was married to Alena Mihulová. They had one daughter, Karolína, together. He was born in Vyškov, Czechoslovakia and died in Prague, Czech Republic.

His 1961 film Pouta was entered into the 2nd Moscow International Film Festival.[1] His 1986 film Forbidden Dreams was entered into the 15th Moscow International Film Festival.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Feature films[edit]

Year Name Notes
1954 Everything Ends Tonight
1955 The Lost Track
1958 Tenkrát o Vánocích
1959 Smugglers of Death
1960 Laundryboy
1961 Fetters
1961 Trials and Tribulations
1962 Závrať
1963 The Hope
1964 Vysoká zeď
1965 Long Live the Republic!
1966 Coach to Vienna
1967 The Nun's Night
1968 Vánoce s Alžbětou
1968 Naše bláznivá rodina
1969 Směšný pán
1970 Už zase skáču přes kaluže
1970 The Ear Released in 1990
1971 Tajemství velikého vypravěče
1972 Vlak do stanice Nebe
1973 Láska
1973 Horká zima
1974 Pavlínka
1974 Robinsonka
1975 Škaredá dedina
1976 The Little Mermaid
1976 Smrt mouchy
1978 Čekání na déšť
1978 Setkání v červenci
1979 Love Between the Raindrops
1980 Cukrová bouda
1981 Pozor, vizita!
1983 Fandy, ó Fandy
1983 Sestřičky
1985 Dobré světlo
1986 Forbidden Dreams
1987 Kam, pánové, kam jdete?
1988 Oznamuje se láskám vašim
1989 Blázni a děvčátka
1990 Poslední motýl
1992 Kráva
1995 Fany
1999 Hanele

Television[edit]

Documentaries[edit]

  • Bratři (1975)
  • Legenda (1973)
  • Four Times About Bulgaria (1958)
  • The City Has Its Own Face (1958)
  • World Championship of Air Models (1957)
  • Crooked Mirror (1956)
  • Stará čínská opera (1953)
  • Z čínského zápisníku (1953)
  • Lidé jednoho srdce (1953)
  • Neobyčejná léta (1952)
  • They Know What to Do (1950)
  • Za život radostný (1950)
  • Není stále zamračeno (1949)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2nd Moscow International Film Festival (1961)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 16 January 2013. Retrieved 18 November 2012.
  2. ^ "15th Moscow International Film Festival (1987)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 16 January 2013. Retrieved 23 February 2013.

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