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Process of Czech Audiovisual Legislation after 1989: Multiple Streams Framework Perspective
Pok, František ; Novotný, Vilém (advisor) ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the process of creating an Audiovisual Act in the context of the transformation of audiovisual legislation in the Czech Republic after 1989. Although there was increasing pressure on change over time, as the original legislation did not reflect the epoch and was inadequate, this process lasted almost twenty years. The aim of the thesis is to understand the dynamics of the change in the process of creating audiovisual legislation, focusing on Act No. 496/2012 Coll. Next, identify the actors and factors that have had the greatest impact on policy change. To do so, this work uses and applies the theoretical framework of the Multiple Streams Framework, through which it sets the basic prerequisites for research. The methodological approach is a qualitative research and a research design of a single-case study. In terms of data collection, the text is based on six expert semi-structured interviews that form the base of primary research. Subsequent data are in the form of various documents, studies, press and annual reports, stenographies from the Chamber of Deputies, or, for example, the talk shows in which the process was discussed. Data analysis was conducted using thematic coding technique. Audiovisual legislation entered the political agenda in 2006, but it did not...
One World Festival
Vítková, Terezie ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Szczepanik, Petr (referee)
The Bachelor thesis focuses on the International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival One World and its media communication. In order to determine the festival`s approach to the concept of human rights, i.e. what is advocated by One World in their promotional material and how, four case studies, i.e. four years of the festival (2004, 2009, 2014 and 2019), are analysed. The aim is to name and describe the strategies the festival, an institution with its own agenda, uses in order to promote its interests in the public domain. The method applied is a critical discourse analysis, which is expanded by findings from the field of film festival studies.
Process of Czech Audiovisual Legislation after 1989: Multiple Streams Framework Perspective
Pok, František ; Novotný, Vilém (advisor) ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the process of creating an Audiovisual Act in the context of the transformation of audiovisual legislation in the Czech Republic after 1989. Although there was increasing pressure on change over time, as the original legislation did not reflect the epoch and was inadequate, this process lasted almost twenty years. The aim of the thesis is to understand the dynamics of the change in the process of creating audiovisual legislation, focusing on Act No. 496/2012 Coll. Next, identify the actors and factors that have had the greatest impact on policy change. To do so, this work uses and applies the theoretical framework of the Multiple Streams Framework, through which it sets the basic prerequisites for research. The methodological approach is a qualitative research and a research design of a single-case study. In terms of data collection, the text is based on six expert semi-structured interviews that form the base of primary research. Subsequent data are in the form of various documents, studies, press and annual reports, stenographies from the Chamber of Deputies, or, for example, the talk shows in which the process was discussed. Data analysis was conducted using thematic coding technique. Audiovisual legislation entered the political agenda in 2006, but it did not...
Film Audience and Film Culture in the City of Velvary
Krampera, Jan ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Klimeš, Ivan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the analysis of the film audience and film culture in the city of Velvary. The main goal is to reconstruct the history of the cinema with the help of historical documents and interviews with local residents. The second part of the thesis analyses film program. The thesis tries to look at the program throughout its structure, dates of the projections, audience attendance and ticket prices. The last part focuses on the questionnaire which helps to analyse the local spectator. The most important part of the research is to find out how the current spectator feels about the cinema. The result of this bachelor thesis is the history of a particular small town cinema, its program structure from 1960 to 1999 and the research of the current audience in the city of Velvary.
Animation on the Periphery
Hanáková, Veronika ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Kubíček, Jiří (referee)
The thesis attempts to precisely describe the production of animation in the context of the state- socialist mode of production. Through the question of "autonomy" for cartoons and puppets films in the era of Kamil Pixa (1969-1985), we will try to specify the position of animation within the re- centralized organization and dramaturgical section in the Short Film. In the context of the normalization period, animation had a different position and function compared to the feature films. Using the example of a studio in Čiklova Street, we outline a model of making a puppet film that was more like a "craft workshop" that retained its notional autonomy as long as it had its own space.
Process of Czech Audiovisual Legislation after 1989: Multiple Streams Framework Perspective
Pok, František ; Novotný, Vilém (advisor) ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the process of creating an Audiovisual Act in the context of the transformation of audiovisual legislation in the Czech Republic after 1989. Although there was increasing pressure on change over time, as the original legislation did not reflect the epoch and was inadequate, this process lasted almost twenty years. The aim of the thesis is to understand the dynamics of the change in the process of creating audiovisual legislation, focusing on Act No. 496/2012 Coll. Next, identify the actors and factors that have had the greatest impact on policy change. To do so, this work uses and applies the theoretical framework of the Multiple Streams Framework, through which it sets the basic prerequisites for research. The methodological approach is a qualitative research and a research design of a single-case study. In terms of data collection, the text is based on six expert semi-structured interviews that form the base of primary research. Subsequent data are in the form of various documents, studies, press and annual reports, stenographies from the Chamber of Deputies, or, for example, the talk shows in which the process was discussed. Data analysis was conducted using thematic coding technique. Audiovisual legislation entered the political agenda in 2006, but it did not...
Czechoslovakian amateur animated motion picture
Hubáček, Tomáš ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Horníček, Jiří (referee)
This thesis will try to map out the topic of animated film in unprofessional conditions on Czechoslovakian ground between the years 1935 and 1973, which has been completely neglected until now. The biggest focus is on the period 1967-1973, when the Czechoslovakian animated films gathered many awards in film competitions on both domestic and foreign ground. The chapters are chronologically arranged and present the historical-political and art- technological context with the aim of understanding the position and options in the era for amateur animation. This bachelor's thesis is focusing primarily on the milestones in the evolution of Czech animated amateur film, significant works and their authors. It also tracks the success of these films in domestic and foreign competitions. This work is methodologically in the field of new film history. The foundation for the research consists of reviewing archived resource materials, personal funds and press releases in particular. The sources are completed with some secondary literature.
Government support of film industry in Czech Republic and its reflection on quality of Czech film made in the first decade of 21st century
Dočkalová, Tereza ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Slováková, Andrea (referee)
The thesis presents system of state support of Czech film industry after 1989, it focuses on operation of The Czech State Fund for the Support and Development of Czech Cinematography ("Fund") in years 2005 - 2009. The aim of the thesis is to present complex information on what type of films (feature, documentary etc.) have been supported by Fund, whether and how is the amount of support related to commercial potential of the film, whether and how much the amount of support affects the viability of the film, whether is the portfolio of films supported in the year related to the amount of ňňFund's incomes or to composition of the Fund Board. For the use of the thesis there has been made a comprehensive summary of all projects supported by Fund. It contains information about producer, director, footage, year of premiere and type of the film. Part of the thesis is formed in comparing charts and summary tables. The thesis is based on primary sources as Annual Fund reports. Other more general chapters about forming legislative structure of Czech state cinematography support are based on relevant laws. Chapter focused on distributional questions is also included. It is based on data of Czech statistical office and Union of Czech film distributors. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Film Industry and the Federalization of Czechoslovakia
Fořt, Ferdinand ; Klimeš, Ivan (advisor) ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (referee)
The main aim of this bachelor's thesis is to explore and describe changes in Czechoslovak film industry resulting from federalization of Czechoslovakia, which was implemented by Constitutional Act no. 143/1968 Col. On Czechoslovak Federation, effective from 1st January 1969. In its first part the thesis deals with general political atmosphere of fault year 1968 and with particular steps, which had led to the federalization. The second and the most essential section explores the process of separation of film industry on federal principles. The author takes into account legal acts, which implemented this separation and economical side of the separation as well as proposed measures, which were not put into practice and also partial matters connected with federalization such as level of integration of film distribution and foreign affairs. The third part focuses on federal division of Union of Czechoslovak Film and Television Artists, which was however shortly after cancelled by the new political power that had risen after occupation in August 1968. The last section presents brief excursion into the situation and organization changes (not only) in cinematography at the outset of so-called normalization.
Film Education as a part of Basic Art Education
Forejt, Matěj ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Čeněk, David (referee)
Due to the presence of the optional Film/audiovisual education subject in the Framework Educational Programme for Basic Education and Secondary General Education, the interest in film and audiovisual education in the Czech Republic has been so far focused on primary schools and grammar schools. No attention has been paid to primary art schools, where filmmaking practices have been continuously expanding for many years, especially during art lessons. The primary aim of this thesis is to chart the issue, to examine the reality of primary art schools in detail, to uncover the motivation of teachers to teach the filmmaking and to observe potential connections between personal experience of a viewer and teaching. Considering the lack of secondary sources the author of this thesis approached the research using a sociological methodology. The three-step-research involved a quantitative study in a form of a questionnaire survey, an additional questionnaire with open-ended questions and personal interviews with selected respondents. The research sketched out the history and development of filmmaking in Czech primary art schools, the impulses leading the teachers to start with the filmmaking at school and the particular forms of such filmmaking. Also certain obstacles and limits of filmmaking and film and...

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