Actor and director for theatre, film, and television, Dasha Blahova teaches studio acting in both Czech and English.
Professor in the Department of Directing at the Film and Television School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague, Marek Bouda is active directing both narrative and documentary projects.
Former dean of the Film and Television School of the Academy of the Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague, Michal Bregant is a respected film scholar and theoretician.
Working as a cinematographer in all media, Michal Gahut teaches both practical and theoretical courses in cinematography at FAMU International.
Pavel Jech is a writer and script editor for Czech and international film projects.
Among the most active and prominent cinematographers in the Czech Republic, Marek Jicha serves as the chair of the Department of Cinematography at FAMU.
Writer and director for television and feature films, Pavel Marek is a faculty member in the Department of Directing at FAMU.
Otto M. Urban
Lecturer, scholar, and curator specializing in modern art and particularly in Central European decadence at the turn of the 20th Century. His latest publication is Mysterious Distances. Symbolism in the Bohemian Lands, 1880 – 1914, Prague 2014. His recent work as a curator includes: Wladcy Snow/Masters of Dreams. Czech Symbolism in Krakow, as well as The Blind is leading the Blind. Jake and Dinos in Prague.