Opening the new season in Czechia with BLIX NOT BOMBS + discussion

Whoever is in Prague at the moment is cordially invited to celebrate the new KineDok season with us! Come to Dorado Coffee on Wednesday, June 12, where we will be screening the film BLIX NOT BOMBS. We will start at 6:30 PM and the evening will also include a discussion with the director of the film Greta Stocklassa, editor Alan Sýs and producer Petra Dobešová. You can also look forward to thematic drinks. Entrance is free!



Schedule of the evening:

  • 18:30 doors

  • 20:30 introduction + film screening (in English with Czech subtitles)

  • 22:00 discussion (in Czech)

BLIX NOT BOMBS (directed by Greta Stocklassa, 2023, Czech Republic, Germany, Sweden, 85 min)

Greta Stocklassa was eight years old when she watched the televised coverage of the terrorist attack and all the subsequent events. She knew Blix from videos where people mocked him, portraying him as weak and incompetent. Blix's task was clear: to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and eliminate them. But how do you search for something that may not even exist? The President of the USA handled it his own way, and thus came the war, now deemed a mistake by everyone. However, war is not something where mistakes are allowed. This troubles Greta too, so she decides to visit Blix and conduct several interviews with him, which she then contextualizes to create a profoundly human documentary.

The film will be screened in English with Czech subtitles.


Greta Stocklassa was born in 1993 in the Czech-Swedish family. Since 2013 she studies documentary at the Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague. Her short student films were screened at festivals in the Czech Republic and abroad. In her work, she deals with the question of identity, and her films oscillate between documentary and fiction. Her feature debut Kiruna – A Brand New World had its premiere this year at the festival Visions du Réel, Switzerland in the main competition. Czech premiere was during Ji.hlava IDFF 2019.


In September 2023, he graduated from the Department of Editing at FAMU, where he is currently pursuing a degree in Film and Audiovisual Education. He has worked as an editor on Somewhere Over the Chemtrails and BLIX NOT BOMBS. His directorial effort I Want to Find Peace in Every Situation (2022) was nominated for the Pavel Koutecký Award. Since 2020 he has been the dramaturg of FIFELI and co-authored the anthology Česká škola střihové skladby (Czech School of Editing). He is a juggler, an altruist and a professional table tennis player. (source: National Theatre)


Petra has been part of the PINK since 2016. Starting primarily as a production manager on documentaries and exhibition projects, she quickly established herself as an integral part of the company. As a head of production, she was behind the documentary films When the War Comes (2018, Jan Gebert), Two Roads (2019, Radovan Síbrt) and co-production projects Touch Me Not (2018, Adina Pintilie) or The Sea in Between (Lun Sevnik). She works on all of PINK’s audiovisual projects (for such clients as City of Prague Museum, National Museum or Goethe Institut). As an associate producer, she produced Greta Stocklassa's BLIX NOT BOMBS (2023, nominated for the Czech Lion Award). Currently, she works on the development of Jan Gebert's Europa or Bálint Révész's Voice/Over.

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