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Datatransfer was a festival of cyberculture held in Prague from 1998-2006. In 2002, it fused with Design Days in Prague Designblok as its digital film and graphic design video section. Until 2005 its programme was centered on the cooperation with London's onedotzero festival. It was organised as a stand-alone event again in 2006. Organised by Profil Media agency.

2001-2005. Director: Jana Semerádová, programme director: Danny Holman, production: Šárka Halastová, all cooperating with Denisa Kera and Dan Špaček on the conception.
2006. Director: Jana Zielinski, creative director: Jiří Macek, curatorial board: Jana Zielinski, Miriam Šimková, Danny Holman, Jiří Macek, Tomáš Luňák.


1998. Coorganised by Národní galerie and held in Veletržní palác.

May 1999. Held in Památník Vítkov.

2000. Held in Divadlo Archa.

12 - 24 November 2001. Program consisted of opening AV performance by Floex and young Czech fine artists, exhibition of music posters, onedotzero screenings, panel discussion on use of new media (Scanner, Andy Martin, Petr Motyčka, Federico Diaz, Marek Pistora, LP Fish), performance by Scanner, festival spots screened at subway projection screens, public banner competition.

4 - 5 October 2002. Screenings of onedotzero festival and filmography of Johnny Hardstaff.

10 - 11 October 2003. Screenings of short films from Czech and Slovak filmmakers and designers, onedotzero selection, and retrospective of Michel Gondry.

8 - 10 October 2004. Screenings: retrospective of Shynola collective, ad director Ivan Zacharias, digital films and interactive projects by Czech visual artists.

9 October 2005. Screenings: videos and animations from young Czech graphic designers and Justin Kerrigan. The selection was presented as Czech style at the festivals Sónar and onedotzero.

11 - 14 May 2006. Screenings: selection from onedotzero festival, Czech digital films, Slovak digital films, music videos, TV series Paskvil, fashion videos. Exhibitions: lifestyle magazines, football art deco, graphic design websites, graffiti, fashion photography, PlayStation games.