Zora Čápová was born in 1993 in Sušice, Czech Republic. She began her studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University, majoring in sociology and social policy. Later she switched to the Department of Documentary Film at FAMU, where she is now completing her Master's degree.
The films that she has made during her studies explore topics from an unusual perspective. A good example is her film Plungers focused on a website where men can rate their experiences for paid sex. Plungers screened at the Jihlava IDFF, Doclisboa Festival, Visegrad Film Forum, and won an award at the Young Camera Uničov. Her film portrait My Voina, which deals with the stay of Russian artist Oleg Vorotnikov in the Czech Republic, was presented at the Ji.hlava IDFF, the Astra Film Festival in Romania, and received an honorable mention from the jury at the Kinoproba festival in Yekaterinburg. Her latest film, Fluid Life, won the Best Documentary Award at Famufest.
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