Wild Eye Pub

Are you tired of watching depressing or overly serious short films over and over again? Our film will introduce you to the world of alcoholic hideouts and absurd attempts to get love. During an unplanned visit to a local taproom called „Wild Eye Pub“, the person of Death succumbs not only to a sudden love affair, but also to a number of other deadly mistakes and absurd situations. The short puppet animated film Wild Eye Pub by Filip Nerold is a crazy comedy full of cheeky and deranged humor.

  • Filip Nerold
  • Filip Nerold
  • Libor Nemeskal
    At the End of rhe World, D2: Train to the End of the World, The Czech Film Avant-Garde
  • Jana Postlerova
    Key Cast
  • Zbysek Horak
    Key Cast
  • Leona Sklenickova
    Key Cast
  • Ota Jirak
    Key Cast
  • Bohuslav Kalva
    Key Cast
  • Margarita Chala
    Art Designer
  • Alzbeta Klimova
  • Jan Gogola
    Script Editor
  • Martin Pekarik
    Film Editor
  • Lukas Pesek
    Soun Designers
  • Tomas Kocourek
    Soun Designers
  • Jirka Dojciak
    Music Composer
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    U Nalitýho Voka
  • Project Type:
    Animation, Short
  • Genres:
    Comedy, Folk Grotesque
  • Runtime:
    14 minutes 59 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 2, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    58,000 EUR
  • Country of Origin:
    Czech Republic
  • Country of Filming:
    Czech Republic
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Distribution Information
  • Kouzelna animace s.r.o.
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Filip Nerold

Filip Nerold is a promising graduate of the Tomas Bata University in Zlín. Thanks to his distinctive sense of humor and specific auteur style Filip’s short films are always unique and recognizable.

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Director Statement

While watching the film, the viewer lets himself be carried away by the plot and characters, which - despite the apparent absolute incoherence and compactness - are firmly connected by exaggeration and infantility. Since the film takes place in a pub, viewers who like to hang out with friends over a beer at a favorite pub will enjoy it. Although the film deals with metaphysical beings and the seemingly dying world of Czech traditions, it should gain sympathy and amusement especially from young people, for whom it is primarily intended.