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Jury

Our film jury is made up of students from FAMU and Film Studies (UK). The films featured at Be2Can will compete for the best film, directing, screenplay and acting awards.

Vojtěch Konečný

Úvodní slovo
Vojtech Konecny is a student of the directing course at Film and TV Academy in Prague (FAMU). He graduated from University of the Arts London, BA (Hons) Film and TV course, where he focused on directing and screenwriting. He was one of the 28 jurors of Giornate degli Autori film section at the 75th Venice International Film Festival in 2018 and he was part of the student jury at the 24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival in 2020. He set up along with his collegue Peter Poch his own film production company called nukleon frame. He has been currently finishing the postproduction of his graduation film Doprovázení.

Hermína Peričová

Juror profile
Hermína is currently studying in the Department of Screenwriting and Dramaturgy at FAMU. During her time at university, she has collaborated on several film projects. She was also a part of the writers' room for the TBH series created for the online platform iVysíláni. For Hermína, film serves as a means to push the boundaries of imagination and storytelling. She enjoys reimagining and transforming classical formats and genres, with her favorite genre being horror, specifically vampire-themed stories. In her free time, she writes prose and also explores other media, such as photography, video, and more.

Terézia Halamová

Juror profile
As a film directing student at FAMU, she is closely connected to both fiction and documentary cinema, and she is no stranger to the commercial industry. In recent years, she worked on her film "Sing for Us" (2020) in collaboration with Czech Television, which premiered at the Kaohsiung Film Festival in Taiwan and received several awards internationally. In addition to assisting in the production of feature films and foreign projects, she has also collaborated with several foreign musicians, and a music video "Move Honey" (2021) won the Jury Prize at the Polish competition Papaya Young Directors and was featured at the Berlin Music Video Awards. Her upcoming project, "Hodina mezi psem a vlkem" received financial support through KVIFF Talents. Her films are all connected by themes of solitude, coming of age, and the exploration of intimacy. She repeatedly enjoys working with non-professional actors and is intrigued by the complexity of human relationships.

Barbora Podškubková

Juror profile
Barbora is a co-founder of the Polish film showcase "Kocham film" and a movie theater called Cinema nad Svitavou. She worked at Czech Television as the deputy head of production and was involved in the organization of many film festivals, including Brněnská 16, LFŠ, MFF EKOFILM, Bardzo fajný, and the IDFF One World. Later, she worked for the MIDPOINT institute and collaborated on the films "Pramen" and "Mrtvý jazyk" (produced by Negativ). Currently, she is pursuing a master's degree in film production at FAMU, where she worked as the head of finance for FAMUFEST, produced the film "Samota jim nevadí" (directed by Chihyu Lin), and received an award for the best master's project at FAMU for "Kino Utajeno."

Valér Futej

Juror profile
Valér Futej graduated from the Secondary School of Film Arts in Košice, after which he continued his studies in the Department of Editing at FAMU in Prague. In addition to film editing, he also engages in creating his own films, characterized by a distinctive visual concept and formalism, in which he explores the "boundaries of stylization" in narrative cinema. His most recent film created at FAMU (titled "Kitchen") was one of the supported projects in the FILMTALENT ZLÍN Foundation last year. His next personal project, "Patissérie," starring Josef Trojan, is another conceptual endeavor that, together with "Kitchen," forms a unique cinematic diptych. In both films, the location plays an integral semiotic role, shaping the characters, establishing genre principles, and driving the plot of the film.

Nikola Micajová

Juror profile
Nikola Micajová studies at the Department of Film Studies at Charles University and teaches film history and art at a Prague high school. She also works as a lecturer in film-educational institutes, such as Aeroškola. In addition to film education, she has been involved in production for a long time, mainly film festivals.

Andrés Botero

Juror profile
Andrés Botero, born in Cali, Colombia, holds a degree in Film and TV from Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano. Currently pursuing a Master's in Cinematography at FAMU. Known for a romantic aesthetic, he blends emotion with cinematographic elements. Notably, he has worked on 4 feature films, 3 directed by Ruth Caudeli. Their collaboration gained international acclaim, with "Petit Mal" premiering at Tribeca, marking a significant festival milestone.
Vojtěch Konečný
FAMU
Department of Directing
Hermína Peričová
FAMU
Department of Screenwriting and Dramaturgy
Terézia Halamová
FAMU
Department of Directing
Barbora Podškubková
FAMU
Department of film production
Valér Futej
FAMU
Department of Editing
Nikola Micajová
Faculty of Arts Charles University
Department of Film Studies
Andrés Botero
FAMU Master's in Cinematography (CINKK)
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