Selected Projects 2022
7 projects from all over the world will participate in this year’s Camp 4Science.
Czech Republic – science documentary film; dir. Hana Nováková; prod. Kateřina Traburová
Logline: Six incredible encounters of the Moose and Man as a documentary odyssey about the shift in humans’ sensibility towards Nature during the recent sixth mass extinction of species.
Czech Republic – VR; dir. Ondřej Moravec; prod. Hana Blaha Šilarová
Logline: How to harmonize the inner landscape of the mind by screaming or whispering? Enter the VR world and uplift your wellbeing.
Deep Sea Taxonomy Documentary (Working title)
United Kingdom – science documentary film; dir. Eleanor Mortimer; prod. Jacob Thomas
Logline: The deep sea has come to represent a final frontier of human discovery; the last wilderness on earth. The film follows biologists through the intricate process of discovering deep-sea species as they piece together the unknown ecosystems of the largest biome on the planet.
Give, Love, Create
Hungary – science documentary film; dir. Márton Vízkelety, Zoltán Moll; prod. Julianna Ugrin
Logline: Our story has a potential Nobel-prize winner, a billion-dollar biotechnological start-up story and the hard-gained trust of a larger-than-life character Gyula Dékány. We will take the viewers into the labyrinth of his great scientific mind.
USA – science documentary film; dir. Georg Anthony Svatek; prod. Elijah Stevens
Logline: Bighorn sheep relocated by helicopter, VR-capture of ancient redwoods, TikToks of Puerto Rican community organizing. Ecological struggles in three places named after 19th c. naturalist Alexander von Humboldt raises the question: what does it mean to be an environmentalist today?
Mexico – science documentary film; dir. Otilia Portillo Padua; prod. Paula Arroio Sandoval
Logline: In the deep forests of Mexico, three indigenous women—all scientists—partner with fungi to protect their lands and cultures. The Queendom combines documentary and science fiction to profile their epic journeys.
We Have No Words
United Kingdom – science documentary film; dir. Rosa Prosser; prod. Dominika Baerova
Logline: From “The Lost Words” in Lewis and Harris, to “Lines” of light on the Isles of Uist, We Have No Words explores artistic responses to the decline of Gaelic. At a time when species and cultures are shifting and vanishing at an unprecedented rate, preserving endangered languages becomes more than just the words – it is about protecting a whole way of life.