tv documentary, 26 minutes, premiere:

Set in the late 1970s , the TV documentary from Konzervy času/Time i a Can cycle gives an account of a group of Ladce film amateurs clubbed around its founder, Miro Remo Sr, my father. The Eight Boys tells a story of people who were captured by the lure of 8mm film medium, the only affordable at the time. It soon became the centre of their lives and provided an opportunity to freely express their mind on issues the young, vigorous people of their time would tackle. Eventually, life had different things in store for them. As the film-driven dreams fade away, the hope remains to be passed on to the upcoming generations. Never mind, the Eight-Boys are still good to shoot. And they will.

Directed by: Miro Remo  
Director of photography: Jaro Vaľko 
Screenplay: Miroslav Remo st. 
Edit: Marek Kráľovský 
Sound: Lukáš Kasprzyk 
Production: Protos Production 
Supervision: Mária Ridzoňová-Ferenčúhová, Marek Šulík 


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