Hana Nováková has a degree in Bengali, PhD. in etnozoology , and is studying film theory at Charles University (one year internship at the Sorbonne) and at the same time studying documentary directoring at FAMU. She is currently working on bachelor's graduate work on Šumava forest, the film will be finished next year. And now she already has it clear that she will be working on Bengal tigers in her graduate film. She speaks Bengali, Hindi also, French, English and German, she has been touring for China Tours for 2 years.
Hana has a degree in Bengali, a PhD. In etnozoology and has studied Film Theory at Charles University in Prague. She has also studied Documentary Directing at FAMU – The Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
I Can See You in Words That I Cannot See/ Vidím tě ve slovech, která nevidím (32’, Czech Republic, 2013)
Národní galerie Šumava (35', Czech Republic, 2011)
Vidím tě ve slovech, která nevidím (Orig.) / 2013 / Czech Republic / 32 min
A portrayal? A sketch? And who is portraying who here? A quest for the Czech experimental writer, translator and poet Bohumila Grögerová; a quest in words that we cannot see, and inner movement that is hardly visible to our eyes and yet changes the wor(l)d.