Johana Ožvold graduated from FAMU, department of directing. She works as a curator at the Czech national film archive. She regularly co-operates with the theatre scene and alternative spaces and appears in theatre as an actress, an improviser, a writer, a musician, or a director. She has created a number of authors radio plays, documentaries, or podcast series. Her artistic works are crossing boundaries between fiction and documentary. Her student films won numerous awards at domestic and international festivals. Her first documentary feature-length project “The Sound is Innocent” premiered at IFF Visions du Reél in 2019, in competition with Burning Lights. The Sound is Innocent was screened on a number of film and music festivals for example Sheffield Doc Fest, Revelation Perth, or Mutek.