Jan Gebert (1981, Prague) graduated in History at Charles University in Prague, he also studied in Spain, USA, Mexico. He worked as a journalist and film maker.

In 2007 he was awarded the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Award, in 2008 he won the EU’s prize Journalist For Diversity, Against Discrimination. His mid-length documentary film Stone Games (2012) won a Special Jury Prize at the International Film Festival in Jihlava.





Lukáš Milota was born in 1981 in Prague. During his studies at FAMU, he was the cinematographer for several films that were screened and awarded at international film festivals (Symptoms Tour Guide, Second Act). In 2009 he was selected to attend the prestigious Budapest Cinematography Masterclass led by Vilmos Zsigmond, A.S.C. In 2012 he attended the Kyoto Filmmakers Lab at the Toei Movie Studios, Japan.

He has worked with Olmo Omerzu (Winter Flies 2018, Family film 2015, A Night Too Young 2012 – screened at the Forum, Berlinale), Rozálie Kohoutová (Gottland 2014), Martin Dušek (Into the Clouds We Gaze 2014), Martin Hrubý (Resort 2014), Andrea Culková (“H*ART ON 2017) and others. He is a member of the European Film Academy (EFA).





Radovan Síbrt is a producer and director. He graduated from The Faculty of Humanities and The Faculty of Arts at Charles University, and from the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU). In 2009 he co-founded production company PINK. In 2014 he was selected as an Emerging Producer at Jihlava IDFF. Radovan recently co-produced (w/ Libra Film & HBO Europe) feature documentary Cinema, Mon Amour by Alexandru Belc, which premiered at the Next Masters Competition of the 58th DOK Leipzig.

He is currently producing two feature documentaries along with HBO Europe (When the War Comes by Jan Gebert – premiered at the Official Programme´s Panorama section of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival and Lust for Life by Radovan Síbrt), developing a new documentary of an Iranian director Mohammadreza Farzad, Don’t Gaze Long into the Abyss, and debut fiction film of a Polish director Tomasz Wiński, Images of Love, as well as co-producing a first feature fiction of an acclaimed director Adina Pintilie, Touch Me Not (premiered at 68th Berlin International Film Festival – Official Selection). He also runs as creative producer or director TV formats One Born Every Minute and Survivor – TV Nova, Czech Republic.




Jana Vlčková was born in 1981 in Košice, Slovakia. She studied editing at FAMU Prague. Vice chair of the Czech Association of Film Editors (AFS).

She has edited many documentary and feature films that received multiple awards. She has worked with directors Robert Kirchhoff, Filip Remunda, Vít Klusák, Erika Hníková, Olmo Omerzu, Martin Mareček, Zuzana Piussi and others.