“Sometimes people meet and beautiful things happen. More than you can imagine. And that’s how film Children came to be. Four stories for you to discover something in each of them.
Maybe that… which you cannot voice you can feel.
…which humbles you doesn’t have to be competed against.
…which you cannot grasp can set you free.
…which you cannot change you can accept.”
Dušan Kozák (1963, Šaľa) graduated in sound studies from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. He also teaches there. For two decades he has been working as a sound master in Radio and Television Slovakia. He participated in several documentary films: The Journey of Magdalena Robinson (directed by Marek Šulík, 2008), Afghan Women Behind the Wheel (directed by Sahraa Karimi, 2009), Cigarettes and Songs (directed by Marek Šulík, 2010), Protected Territory (directed by Adam Hanuljak, 2010), Bells of Happiness (directed by Marek Šulík and Jana Bučka, 2012), The Grasp of the State (directed by Zuzana Piussi, 2012) and on actors film Fine, Thanks (directed by Mátyás Prikler, 2013).