About

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​I'm a documentary filmmaker and researcher, currently doing my PhD in Film: Practice as Research at the University of Kent. My PhD project lies between documentary film and anthropology and focuses on the meaning of home in London.

I also work as a Lecturer in Film & Media Practice at the University of Kent.

I've made several short award-winning documentary and experimental films and since 2013, I work as a freelance filmmaker, mostly as an editor and self-shooting director, for art organizations and companies.

Most recently, I co-produced two projects for the Czech Centre London – the Touching 1989 project about the revolutionary events of 1989 in former Czechoslovakia, and Brutal Beauty: A Video Tour of the Czech and Slovak Embassies in London.

In the past, I have worked for various clients including: 

  • FACT Liverpool

  • Liverpool Biennial

  • Everyman & Playhouse Theatre

  • Liverpool Philharmonic

  • National Museums Liverpool

  • Czech Centre London

  • Slovak Embassy London

Before starting my PhD, I have also spent a couple of months working on a full-time basis as a Junior Video Editor for Endemol Shine Group.

I originally come from Prague where I've completed my Bachelor's degree at the Department of Documentary Film Direction at FAMU. Subsequently, I have studied Master of Research in Art and Design degree at Liverpool John Moores University, for which I developed a multidisciplinary research project exploring the relationship between loneliness in later life and technologies through co-produced documentary filmmaking.

I'm a co-founder of the First Autism-Friendly Screenings Kino v klidu in the Czech Republic and since 2015, I work as a media manager for the Czech Alzheimer Foundation.

I speak English, Czech and French.

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