Andrea Prenghyová /CZ/
Andrea graduated from the Faculty of Journalism at Charles University and in Documentary Film Directing at FAMU, Prague, Czech Republic. She worked as a reporter for Reflex magazine, producing documentary films for Czech Television and private broadcasters. In 2001, she co-founded the Institute of Documentary Film (IDF), which under her leadership developed into the biggest NGO supporting documentary films in Eastern Europe. In the years 2003–2008 she was member of EDN Executive Committee, a member of working group creating the proposal of the new Czech Cinema Law and participated in creating of Audiovisual Training Coalition. Since 2011, she has worked as tutor, director, producer and expert. In 2012, together with DOK.Leipzig she founded the dok.incubator workshop.
Andrea Laciaková /CZ/
Andrea graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at The University of West Bohemia in Theory and Philosophy of Communication. She studied Litography at Art Student´s League in New York and from 1996 – 2004 she participated at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival as a member of the staff. She has been part of the coordinating team in a number of international educational and HR development projects. Her previous professional activities include grant advisory and consultant services in the field of EU subsidy programmes and other programmes of support.
Tomáš Potočný /CZ/
Regional Projects Manager
Tomáš is a film director and editor with a background in journalism and sociology. Currently, he is a member of the programme department of dok.incubator overseeing Czech and Slovak projects. He graduated in Documentary Film Directing at the Film Faculty of Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) and Sociology at the Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University. He cooperates with many institutions e.g. Czech Television, NGO People in Need or One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival. As an editor, he has worked on fiction film “Mamma Gógó” which was selected as the Icelandic entry for Oscars. In 2015, his documentary “Tears of Steel” received a Special Mention from the Czech Joy Jury at Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival.
Klára Mokrá /CZ/
Klára graduated in Tourism from the University of Economics and in Culture and Economics studies from the University of Life Sciences in Prague. While studying, her interest in documentary films brought her to the One World International Human Rights Film Festival, where she started as a volunteer and later worked as a volunteers coordinator and screening supervisor. She was part of production teams in various cultural events such as the Prague Quadrenniale or the international jazz festival Mladí Ladí Jazz. Her last job before joining the dok.incubator team in 2017 was Art Projects executive at DSC contemporary art gallery.
Agáta Janů /CZ/
Agáta graduated in International Relations and European Studies from the Metropolitan University in Prague, spending last year of her studies in Mexico, at the University of TEC de Monterrey, Cuernavaca. Her stay abroad was followed by an internship at the Mexican Embassy in Prague, where she was in charge of the press monitoring. Despite her major, she has gained majority of her work experience from the cultural environment. She got her first opportunity to become part of film festival’s production team as a high school student. Since then, she has worked on several cultural events taking place in Prague, Febiofest being the last one of them.
Renáta Buchtová /CZ/
Renata is responsible for managing project budgets and cash-flows and preparing final financial reports for donors. She cooperates with the company accountant and auditors and participates in the planning of dok.incubator’s financial strategy. An International Relations and Finance graduate from the University of Economics in Prague, Renata speaks fluent French and English. She has experience in the business (Société Générale Bank, Deloitte Audit Services, Unicredit bank) and the NGO sector (Partners for Democratic Change International). She has worked as a auditor, a bank manager and finally as the finance manager of a NGO focusing on education, conflict resolution and facilitation skills.
Jakub Hanuš /CZ/
Jakub graduated in Multimedia from the University of Economics in Prague. During his studies he worked as a projectionist at the arthouse cinema Světozor. After that he started working as assistant of technical production for IDFF Ji.hlava and One World Human Rights Documentaty Film Festival. He is currently studying Information management at the University of Economics and working as a freelence graphic designer and DTP operator.
Tomáš “Bóža” Kraus /CZ/
Tomáš successfully completed Film school in Zlín. During his studies, he cooperated on about twenty films. After studying informatics and new technologies, he ended up in the gaming industry, working on cut-scenes in WarHorsestudios. He also works for 3heads production
company, developing technical equipment for recording sport matches.