Peter Kotrha (SK)
Camera operator, Film editor
Born in Slovakia, Peter Kotrha studied The Film and Television Faculty at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava.
He started to work for local TV and since 2005 he cooperates with varies production studios, web magazines,
Peter works as freelancer in video, short films and mostly in documentary movies (Bells of Happiness, Protected Territory, About Young Parent 2, Studio Matejka).
He is co-founder and director of the non-profit organization DogDocs which produces various documentary photos, feature shorts, experimental films, artistic and dance movies.
From 2007 Dogdocs organized and lectured more than 25 workshops of one minutes movies in Slovakia and Czech Republic.
Information and pictures from his work (in Slovak)
can be found on
Adam Hanuljak (SK)
Born in Slovakia, Adam Hanuljak is Filmmaker-in-residence for Studio Matejka.
He holds a BA Hons in Documentary Filmmaking at the Academy of Performing Arts
in Bratislava and an MA in Comparative Science of Religion from the University of Commenius, Bratislava. Since 2006 Adam has completed several professional documentary projects, mainly focusing on social minorities and artistic projects in Europe. His latest film Protected Territory, explores the real limits of disabled people engaged in theatre and recently premiered at The Bratislava International Film Festival. He is co-founder of the documentary production unit Dogdocs,
and leads workshops on film as a tool of expression for youngsters and seniors -
a project supported by One Minute JR in Amsterdam. His artistic engagement also extends to collaboration with theatre groups in Central Europe. His work with Studio Matejka focuses on recording the process of its creative and technical development. Information and pictures from his work (in Slovak)
can be found on