The Glory and Fall of the Czech Club of Amateur Filmmakers (1983), dir. Rudolf Mihle, Czechoslovakia. Film
Rudolf Mihle (1937-2008) was one of the most important Czech amateur filmmakers, and from the late 1950s was an active member of the Czech Club of Amateur Filmmakers (Český klub kinoamatérů). In 1983 Mihle began work on his three-part documentary film “The Glory and Fall of the Czech Club of Amateur Filmmakers” (Sláva a pád ČKK) about the history of the Czech Club of Amateur Filmmakers (ČKK) from its foundation in 1935 to its forced dissolution in the early 1980s. The trilogy depicts the activities of the ČKK members as well as the technical facilities at the disposal of amateur filmmakers at the time.
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Pražan, Emil et al. 2005. Kronika českého amatérského filmu. 70 let ČKK. Praha: Národní informační a poradenské středisko pro kulturu.
Národní filmový archiv. 2002. "Mihle Rudolf (1937-2008): Inventář." Accessible at http://nfa.cz/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Mihle-Rudolf.pdf.