February 23, 8:30am - 10:00am CET. Hosted at Kino Světozor
part of a series on Curiosity
About the speaker
Boris is a special effects artist and visual effects supervisor considered to be a “guru” of Czech and European visual production.
He graduated in Film and Television Graphic Design at Academy of Arts Architecture & Design (UMPRUM) in Prague. He started his career in 1977 in Barrandov film studio where he spent 21 years and participated in nearly hundred projects of Czech and foreign production. He significantly contributed to introducing new film technologies and his name is connected with many already cult projects as Arabela, Létající Čestmír or S čerty nejsou žerty (Czech fairy tales).
In 1998 he joined Universal Production Partners, the largest and the most versatile Visual Effects and Film Post Production company in Mainland Europe. The studio applies classical film advancements with new technologies and has achieved many international awards and nominations.
In 1999 Boris was awarded Alfred Radok Award for his work for Zdeněk Troška, Czech film director.
Some very tasty hummus. Home-made, fresh and healthy, from a passionate stay-at-home mom living in Prague.
Coooffeee… It is an absolute must have on every CreativeMornings event. This time, we invited Caffka, selective coffee roaster from Prague. Trust us on this one - OMG, their coffee is so good!
Světozor is a premiere art cinema with two screening halls. The first screening took place at the beginning of 1918. Nowadays, it hosts up to 10 films daily and offers a stylish atmosphere, gallery-like hallways and its own café.
The talk will be in Czech.We meet at 8:30, start the talk at 9:00, followed by the questions from the audience.