Robert Hloz fell in love with fantastic cinema as a kid and fled boring Europe to pursue his dreams in South Korea. His Korean sci-fi short film "Numbers" became a viral hit, and he started working as a commercial director, always trying to find the impossible shot and ways to seamlessly combine real and CGI worlds.
He loves to transport the audience from the ordinary world into a magical space, and his background in both tabletop and classical film directing allows him to combine very technical camera work with great acting. He is happiest when projects need a "bigger than life" feeling, making microworlds huge and humble humans heroic.
His Eastern European sci-fi feature film, "Restore Point" is being considered the first Czech sci-fi in 40 years.
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