„Mission: (Im)Possible“ mockumentary about finding the birthplace of a cat called Tom and some other small projects followed; then we worked on a turnkey project for the Czech U2 tribute band U2 Poptarts, whose members performed live with U2 at their Berlin show. For the opening show of the Prague-based band, we shot a serie of 40 video spots or a „Great Schlep“ style video called „A Message To U2″, trying to convince U2 to perform in Prague. We shot video ads for other shows, edited footage from concerts and in cooperation with Amnesty International, we produced a special „Sunday Bloody Sunday“ video.
On our debut movie we checked out we were able to realize ideas we got.
In 2012, we competed for the first time in the worldwide festival 48 Hour Film Project: our „How To Survive a Date“ movie was the 2nd Runner-Up in the Audience Award, despite some teams were full of movie professionals or film school students. In the same time, we also produced our first DSLR movie „Five Worlds“ – awarded Best Editing in 2013 Boulogne-Billancourt Festival – or the animated stop-motion „Christmas Toy Story“.
Aquarius Pictures founder
Loves the film since childhood: the breaking point for him was the day his father took him to the movie theater to see the original King Kong masterpiece. Completed his journalism studies on Prague Charles University, some years worked as a movie critic in DVD Movie or Video Home Cinema magazines, as well as 24 HOURS daily. In 2007, he interviewed later Oscar winners Natalie Portman and Javier Bardem and also made his big dream to come true: he shot his first own movie.
Lover of people, shooting activity and good ideas - she found all of this in the world of cinema. The crucial moment for her was the day she saw Woody Allen's movie for the fisrt time. She can watch his films all over again, as well as The Simpsons series. She met its brilliant screenwriters in 2008 at the Prague Film University FAMU. Completed her journalism and media studies on Prague Charles University, worked in a radio and now in a TV. She speaks French, English and German - anyway, she speaks all the time.