Little Secret

A short film by a noted director of commercials and the creator of several Karlovy Vary jingles, inspired by the recent case of a young man who blamed his serious injuries on an attack by a group of Roma. But before the truth could come out, actions that had been set in motion could no longer be halted.

  • Czech Republic
  • 2013, 20 min
  • Director: Martin Krejčí
  • Director of photography: Štěpán Kučera
  • Screenplay: Martin Krejčí
  • Cast: Adam Mišík, Jenovéfa Boková, Klára Cibulková
  • Producer: Daniel Bergman, Martin Krejčí, Robert Herman, Matthew Stillman
  • Production: Stink Ltd.

18.1. 21:00 Praha | Světozor - Grand Hall
20.1. 15:30 Praha | Světozor - Small Hall
21.1. 19:00 Praha | Kino Pilotů

Martin Krejčí

Martin Krejčí

Martin Krejčí, born in 1977 in Prague, is a leading Czech commercial director. He studied documentary filmmaking at the Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (1996–2004) where he made several distinctive short films including Dobrodružství Jana Tleskače (1997) inspired by the books by Jaroslav Foglar. His short film Fricasse premiered at the Cannes Film Festival (in the Directors' Fortnight section) and was well accepted by the audience and film critics alike. The film was then screened at many other festivals including the Karlovy Vary IFF, International Film Festival Rotterdam, and Toronto International Film Festival. Czech festivalgoers may also know him as the co-author of the official trailers of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Last year, he finished shooting his live-action feature debut entitled The True Adventures of Wolfboy written by the acclaimed playwright Olivia Dufault and starring John Turturro, Jaeden Lieberher, Chris Messina, Eve Hewson, Chloë Sevigny, Sophia Grace, and Michelle Wilson.