Filip Remunda is a Czech director and producer. In 2005 he graduated from FAMU’s Department of Documentary Film in the class of Karel Vachek. During his studies he attended the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem. He lectured at the Flaherty Documentary Seminar in the USA. He co-founded the Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) and is actively involved in lecturing at the Ex Oriente Film, an international documentary development workshop organized by IDF. He runs the independent production company Hypermarket Film. Selected filmography: Village B (2002, 35 mm, 30’, FAMU, Czech Television, YLE, ARTE, awarded at the 2002 Karlovy Vary IFF, 2003 FamuFest, 2003 Art Film Festival); Czech Dream (co-directed with Vít Klusák, 2004, Hypermarket Film, Czech Television, Mirage, FAMU); The Tadpole, the Rabbit and the Holy Ghost (2007, Czech Television, Awards: Jihlava IDFF 2007 Audience Award, Pavel Koutecky Award 2007); Czech Peace (co-directed with Vít Klusák, 2010, Hypermarket Film, Czech Television, Taskovski Films); Epochal Trip of Mr. Triska to Russia (2011, Czech Television) and Czech Journal (codirector, 2013–2015, documentary series, Hypermarket Film, Czech Television), Steam on the River (dir. With Robert Kirchhoff, 2015, 87’, Hypermarket Film, atelier.doc, Czech TV, RTVS), The Near Far East (2015, Czech TV, 68').