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German-Czech and Czech-German Tennis Dictionary
Böhm, Michal ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Süss, Vladimír (referee)
Title: German-Czech and Czech-German Tennis Dictionary Objective: To compile a simple and user-friendly German-Czech and Czech-German dictionary of tennis terms using professional literature and theory and the author's own expertise. Method: The dictionary was compiled by means of excerpting material from professional German publications. Their actual current usage was verified by reviewing their occurrence on relevant websites and in professional tennis magazines. Entries were arranged in alphabetical order and edited using MS Excel and MS Word. Results: 729 headwords and 223 related collocations in the German-Czech part and 823 headwords and 265 related collocations in the Czech-German part. Keywords: Tennis, diGtionary, German, Czech, language
German-Czech and Czech-German Tennis Dictionary
Böhm, Michal ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Süss, Vladimír (referee)
Title: German-Czech and Czech-German Tennis Dictionary Objective: To compile a simple and user-friendly German-Czech and Czech-German dictionary of tennis terms using professional literature and theory and the author's own expertise. Method: The dictionary was compiled by means of excerpting material from professional German publications. Their actual current usage was verified by reviewing their occurrence on relevant websites and in professional tennis magazines. Entries were arranged in alphabetical order and edited using MS Excel and MS Word. Results: 729 headwords and 223 related collocations in the German-Czech part and 823 headwords and 265 related collocations in the Czech-German part. Keywords: Tennis, diGtionary, German, Czech, language
Historical roots of the conemporary minimalistic cinema
Böhm, Michal ; HOLÝ, Zdeněk (advisor) ; BOUDA, Marek (referee)
Mimalism represents a film style which still partially predominates on the contemporary art festivals although it reached its peak during in the beginning of the 21. century. Minimalism is a style which supresses the pallete of formalistic tools, expressive elements and typical narative structures and drama. It also works extensively with time and the depiction of everyday. Minimalistic cinema experience thus stimulates the audience to make their own interpretations of the story and the form altogether. The aim of this work is to analyze those historical cinema tendencies that bear most resemblance to the modern style of minimalism. I consider these films (and styles) to be the most predetermenative to the style of minimalism: Italian neorealism, spiritual work of Ozu and Bresson, experimental structural movies, the cinematic masterpiece Jean Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels from Chantal Akerman and Antonionis movies with their narative structure.
Phenomenon of the emptied narration
Böhm, Michal ; BENDOVÁ, Helena (advisor) ; DOLENSKÝ, Martin (referee)
Emptied narration is a very popular contemporary term among people around film. However there is almost no literature concerning and clearly defining this term, which leads to a confusion among people who use it. (It is also a Czech language specific term - emptied narration is just a free translation of the Czech term "Vyprázdněná narace". There are not yet any English or other languages equivalents with the same specific meaning.) Emptied narration doesn't concern only a certain type of narration - it is also a very distinctive style of contemporary art feature films. The goal of this work is to refine this vague term and give it a theoretical background. The work draws its basic statements from the first and only text concerning emptied narration, and tries to expand its definition. The main body of this text is dedicated to finding mostly stylistical and narrative atributes common for the films of the emptied narration. These atributes are then researched more deeply and the main target is their possible impact on the spectator. For the emptied narration films is specific that the audience attention is drawed from the story to the actual film form. It may result in a very painfull experience for most of the audience but for educated viewer the experience may be very intensifying.

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