No Švankmajer, not a lot of shorts it seems anyway (maybe I'm wrong though) and no films beyond 1991 (and Alice is already restored).
I suspect the 1991 cut-off date may have something to do with pre-1989 titles, or at least titles which went into production or were greenlit before November 1989.
wouldn't have been on the list because, contrary to appearances, it's not a Czech film - it's primarily Swiss, with additional input from Germany and the UK. The Czech government of the time would never have funded it, and they were fairly appalled to discover that it had been made in secret.
But, as you say, it would never have been a top priority given that an excellent Blu-ray already exists
. In fact, aren't Alice, Marketa Lazarová
and Lemonade Joe
the only current Blu-rays of pre-1989 Czech-language films?
Oh, and I'm not sure there are any shorts on the list - all the Trnka selections are features, for instance. Clearly, this needs addressing too - I know for a fact that there are no HD masters of Švankmajer shorts because we tried to license a couple to support Alice
. (Sadly, the production budget didn't allow for creating new ones from scratch, especially when the BFI had four Alice-themed HD shorts already sitting on the shelves).
And the current SD masters of Trnka's shorts are in terrible shape - believe it or not, three UK distributors were looking into the possibility of a Trnka release to mark his centenary, but all passed on it when they realised that the existing materials just weren't good enough. Going by eye (I was sent a batch of DVD-Rs when writing the notes for the recent BFI Southbank season), I'd say they're pretty ancient analogue SD masters, and so someone needs to go back to the 35mm materials and redo them to current standards at the very least.