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Industry Programme of Film and Audio-visual Education

Industry at SFS 2023 (29.7.-1.8.2023)

Industry Programme: Film and Audiovisual Education has been organised by Summer Film School and National Film Museum NaFilM since 2018. The initiative serves as a platform to foster communication with Czech and foreign academics, to share various projects and to exchange knowledge and experience in film and audiovisual education. The programme will consist of panel discussions with experts, who will talk about their best practices, and workshops, where everyone can try the innovative techniques in practice.
This year, as every year, the Summer Film School will offer the international Industry Programme for everyone who is interested in film and audiovisual education. From July 29 to August 1, we will host Czech and foreign experts, teachers, workshop lecturers, cinema managers and gallery or museum coordinators. The programme will be public and it will consist of a number of lectures, discussions and practical workshops.
In the opening panel discussion, we will present some inspirational approaches from abroad. The panel will be attended by Ana Cerar from the Slovenian Otok Institute, Florence Guillaume from the independent educational initiative A travers l’écran and Jana Nestler and Maja Pilati from Filmwerkstatt Münster. The guests will discuss the specific expectations of current young audiences and introduce some new, innovative and effective ways of approaching this target group using modern technologies or analogue media.
The Industry Programme will also focus on film animation and its creative potential in film education. We will welcome the representatives from several Czech educational institutions (Animánie, Aeroschool and the Prague City Gallery) who will talk about their rich experience with film animation and explain how to use various animation tools and techniques in lectures.
The Industry Programme has been co-organised with NaFilM: National Film Museum. The panels and workshops are open to all festival visitors. They can get hands-on experience and see the effects on various target groups.


Youth Film and Audiovisual Education (discussion)

Saturday, 29 July 2023, 10:00–12:00 a.m.
Culture Centre – Small Hall

Workshop: Touch The Film! Analogue vs Digital

Saturday, 29 July 2023, 1:00–3:00 p.m.
HUB 123

Workshop: Mum, Dad! It’s My Turn To Pick The Movie!

Saturday, 29 July 2023, 3:30–5:30 p.m.
HUB 123

Film Animation As Educational Tool (discussion)

Sunday, 30 July 2023, 10:00–12:00 a.m.
Culture Centre – Small Hall

Workshop: School of Special Effects for everyone

Sunday, 30 July 2023, 1:00–2:30 p.m.
HUB 123

Workshop: Walk Through The Gallery With Animated Film

Sunday, 30 July 2023, 3:00–5:00 p.m.
HUB 123

Spill Your Guts: Sensitive Topics In Contemporary Czech Cinema

Sunday, 30 July 2023 / 6:00–7:30 p.m.
HUB 123

Workshop: 360° Live Spacial Animation

Monday, 31 July 2023, 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
HUB 123

Workshop: Rediscovered Animation

Monday, 31 July 2023, 2:00–4:00 p.m.
HUB 123

Discussion: Cooperation of the V4 countries in the development of film education

Monday, 31 July 2023, 4:30–6:00 p.m.
HUB 123

Closed Meeting: Laboratory of Animation

Tuesday, 1 August 2023, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
HUB 123

Workshop: Making Your Own Visual Novel

Tuesday, 1 August 2023, 2:00–4:00 p.m.
HUB 123


Martina Voráčková

Martina Voráčková is an art teacher. She runs courses for students of primary and secondary schools. She is the founder of Animánie, a project dedicated to film and audiovisual education based in Pilsen. She organizes courses and workshops for children and adults, runs initiatives for schools, teachers and public as well as the same-name film festival. Martina has been developing an online methodology for teachers, Animetod, where she focuses on animated films. She will introduce the concept of this methodology and demonstrate a couple of initial lessons.

Maja Pilati

Maja Pilati is a filmmaker based in Münster (Germany) and Barcelona (Spain). After graduating with a master’s degree in Multimedia techniques for film and video at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, she came to Spain to work with analogue film in the CraterLab laboratory. Maja Pilati worked for the analogue film festival Analogica in Bolzano for a long time, has been a freelance filmmaker in Barcelona for many years and now works as a filmmaker and camerawoman in Münster.

Jana Nestler

Jana Nestler is a trans-disciplinary artist and cultural mediator in Münster, Germany. She has been studying art education and fine arts at the Münster Art Academy since 2017 and has been part of the bricolage class with Daniele Buetti and Keren Cytter. She works with natural material, objects, film and sound. In addition to her studies, she works for the Filmwerkstatt Münster, where she plans and organizes film seminars for adults, but also offers film seminars for children.

Veronika Stojanovová

Veronika Stojanovová is an educator at the Prague City Gallery. Before, she collaborated with the gallery’s department of education on an external basis (projects, promotional materials). She designs and runs various educational initiatives for all age groups and all types of educational institutions. She specialises in online education, laying an emphasis on new media, ecology and environmentalism. She is also engaged in graphic design, film editing and animation. She made educational videos for the Prague City Gallery. Veronika is a member of the Chamber of Educators RG ČR, INSEA (International Society for Education through Art), Association of Art Teachers and the platform for creative learning, uMĚNÍM. In her App Your School project, she proved that art lessons can effectively fuse physics with environmental education and digital media. Veronika Stojanovová studied a secondary school of advertising graphic and art education at the Faculty of Education, Charles University in Prague.

Martin Černý

Martin Černý co-leads the NaFilM: National Film Museum. He is the museum’s manager, curator and coordinator of international projects implementing new technologies (augmented reality, gaming principles) in the museum’s exhibitions. He also coordinates the activities of the museum’s platform for innovation and education called museUM JINAK. He has been active in the film industry since 2014. He was a coordinator of short and documentary films in the Czech Film Center and a PR manager of the VOD platform DAFilms. Martin Černý studied film theory at Charles University in Prague.

András Müllner

András Müllner (1968) is an associate professor at the Department of Media and Communication, Eötvös Loránd University. He is the founder and current head of the Research Centre for Minor Media/Culture and leader of the Roma Visual Lab, a film club and open course. His research interests include neo-avant-garde art, visual culture and the history and theories of participatory film interventions. He has edited several collections of essays on these topics, and has published his own collections of essays (The Emperor’s New Clothes, Neoavant-garde Mosaic) and a small monograph (Mirror of Darkness). He is a member of the board of trustees of the Artpool Research Centre, the Romano Instituto and the Hungarian Society for Film Studies.

Markéta Slachová Goldová

Markéta Slachová Goldová is a cultural educator at the Prague City Gallery. She designs and runs various educational initiatives for all age groups and all types of educational institutions. She is a co-founder of an educational centre, and an eco-atelier, and a co-author of the gallery’s educational strategy. She co-founded the gallery’s darkroom and DigiLab. She incorporates film, theatre and photography into art education. Markéta is a member of the Chamber of Educators RG ČR, INSEA (International Society for Education through Art), Association of Art Teachers and the platform for creative learning, uMĚNÍM. She took part in a number of important educational activities including the international research project App Your School. Markéta Slachová Goldová studied a secondary textile school and art history and art education at Charles University in Prague.

Florence Guillaume

Florence Guillaume is a film educator. She collaborates with numerous schools and cinemas to conduct workshops and filming sessions with children and teenagers. Trained in editing, heritage cinema, and projection, she worked for several years in an Art-house cinema before becoming a freelancer. She enjoys using modern tools to link film history with contemporary social themes.

Ana Cerar

Ana Cerar is a film educator and part of Otok Institute team, the main producer of Kino Otok – Isola Cinema International Film Festival in Slovenia, held since 2004. She has been closely involved in developing local, national and international film education projects of Otok, among them several European projects, supported by Creative Europe – MEDIA, such as partnerships in several editions of The Film Corner, and Moving Cinema, and coordination of brand-new festival network Young 4 Film.

Karolína Fránková

Karolína Fránková is a film producer. She produced several feature-length projects, including Homeland by Marek Čermák, Between Us by Viktor Portel or Letters to the Future, a feature debut of Ukrainian director Myro Klochko. She is also an audiovisual producer in Post Bellum where she works, together with Viktor Portel, on a number of projects, e.g. Stories of 20th Century – Holocaust, feature-length documentary Between Us or the movie called The Theresienstadt Experience. For the past two years, they have been working on the interactive audiovisual exhibitions Silent Heroes: The War and Silent Heroes: The 1950s. They also design international educational workshops for students of primary and secondary schools.

Jan Kolegar

Jan Kolegar studied animation at Prague’s FAMU. He is a freelance graphic designer, animator and editor and an integral part of Aeroschool, a film and audiovisual educational project, where he runs courses on film and computer game animation.

Barbora Mládová

Barbora Mládová studies game design at FAVU. She collaborates with the Animánie festival on a long-term basis. She is interested in games, comics and stories in which she finds inspiration for her own works.

Ondřej Moravec

Ondřej Moravec is a filmmaker, journalist and writer. He worked as Program Director at One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival. He works as VR programmer at several film festivals in the Czech Republic and promotes virtual reality in the film world. His first VR project Darkening was premiered in Venice FF 2022. He has worked for Czech Television at the Culture Newsroom department. Ondřej studied Screenwriting at FAMU and Journalism at Charles University.


Adéla Mrázová

Industry Programme Coordinator
+420 603 195 998

Martin Černý

Industry Programme Coordinator
+420 792 360 795