PHOTO

Travel

Morocco

Morocco

Namibia

jamaica

Grand Turk

bahamas

Langa, J.A.R.

Pohoda

Gay pride

420

People

B&W

FILM

Curanderos

“Curanderos is a film trip through Peru in search of the hallucinogenic brew Ayahuasca. Director Egor Indiani sets off for a journey on which he creates a mosaic of different views on this once sacred medicine. The film is a one man guerrilla-documentary concept, which evolved with the active participation of volunteers and psychonauts from all around the Europe, South America as well as psychedelic society in Czech republic.”

MORE INFO

DFF: Lost in Poland

“Lost in Poland is a guerrilla documentary – it was filmed fast trying to capture Dáša’s dynamics on the road. I had the opportunity to spend the mini tour with him full time and become a part of the gang. To get as close as possible to him as a subject. On the other hand, I tried to keep my distance and see him objectively from outside as a member of HC/PUNK/DIY community. However, this film does not attempt to look for some deep truths of life or punk. It is, in the first place, a film about music and the joy coming out of it.”

WATCH THE FILM

TEXT

Bravo bravo

Bravo bravo

Marocký denník

Marocký denník

Vysvetlite

Vysvetlite

20 euro story

20 euro story

AUTHOR

Egor Indiani is a Slovakian writer and filmmaker, born in 1983. His debut novella Rauš was published in
2014, with the main focus on subcultures, low life characters and fringe themes. When filming, he uses
gonzo DIY methods of subjective documentation – a concept of low budget guerrilla documentary which
includes active participation while examining the subjects, help of volunteers and open resources. In
2013, he released the guerrilla documentary DFF: Lost in Poland. In 2017, he produced another guerrilla
film, a one man project Curanderos. During 2015-2017 he wrote his second novel Bravo Bravo published
in early 2018. He is currently based in Prague, Czech Republic.

Contact me

CONTACT

info@egorindiani.com
www.egorindiani.com