Robert Hloz (1989) is filmmaker based in Prague, Czech Republic. He studied film directing at the film school in South Korea and FMK UTB in Zlín. His early short film The Mill won Kodak Student Gold Award 2011 as the best short film of a year. Numbers, short film shot in Czech-Korean coproduction was premiered in Cannes, Court Métrage section and was subsequently nominated for Czech Academy Award. The film received a price for the Best Short Film of the Visegrad countries, special jury price at Dresden film festival and many more. After the film release on the web, over million people have viewed it. Robert got signed up with Dawson Productions in Prague as a commercial director while working on his sci-fi short Temporary Consciousness, which was partnered by FAMU and Barrandov Studios. In 2014 was selected among Berlinale Talents. Last year, he finished Liars, a story about a group of boys that hide the discovery of a dead body. Liars received a price for the best czech student film at iShorts 2015. Nowadays, Robert Hloz is working on the preparations of his debut film Restore Point.
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