Most of his life he worked in the Krátký film Praha (The Short Film of Prague) movie studio where he was author and director of a series of short documentary films.
Nevertheless, his most famous work is the Kinoautomat, the world's first interactive movie, for the Czechoslovak Pavilion at Expo '67 in Montreal.
Another big project of Radúz Činčera was The Sound Game Show at the Man and His World exhibition in Montreal in 1971. He also astonished the global audience with his audio-visual projects in Kobe, Japan and in Vancouver, British Columbia.
In the second half of the 1980s his multimedia music inscenation of the rock opera The Scroll was extremely successful in Canada.
|1954||Kvety Tatier||short||dramaturgic cooperation|
|1964||Romeo a Julie 63||middle||director|
|1966||Mlha (Documentary on Prague Divadlo Na zábradlí)||short||theme, screenplay, commentary|
|1966||Kinoautomat Člověk a jeho dům||full-length||theme|
|1966||Jak Sammy o kalhotky přišel||short||director|
|1969||Documentary on the last moments of the comic duo Clow and Hamm, made to the 41. anniversary of the first sound film||short||director|
|1980||O dětech a slovech||short||director|
|1994||Hudební laboratoř||TV series||director|
- Groundbreaking Czechoslovak interactive film system revived 40 years later, Radio Prague, 14 June 2007, retrieved 2008-08-21
- Kinoautomat: The world's first interactive film
- Kinoautomat: Interactive cinema comes home (– Scholar search), Czech Business Weekly, 28 May 2007, retrieved 2008-08-21[dead link]
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