Hana Křepelková Rezková saw the inception of the Camp 4Science project and has been the main dramaturge of the workshop from its very beginning. Hana is a member of the FAMU Artistic Council. In the past, she was the programme director of the Institute of Documentary Films and one of the managers of CaucaDoc – programme for creative filmmakers in the South Caucasus. Hana was also a leader of research workshops at NATO and she occasionally writes or holds lectures. She studied Film Studies in Prague, Paris and Berlin.
After 21 years in the French-German TV ARTE France assigning work and co-producing and participating in creation of documentaries, Christine left her job in 2013 and started independent consultations. She is regularly invited to the selection boards, workshops (including Camp 4Science where she works as one of the main tutors), meetings on the choice of new shows and to professional juries. In 2017, she left a long career of curator of the international festival Pariscience and now she works as a freelancer.
Dinah is an Executive Producer with more than 25 years of experience in the field of documentary production. With her ambitious prime-time films, she won several BAFTA awards. She focuses mainly on documentary films from the fields of science and dramas and films on domestic politics of the UK. Also, she deals with and co-produces films in cooperation with SBS Australia, Screen Australia, Smithsonian Channel, NHK, AI, Jazeera Amerika, Discovery BBD World Wide and others. She received many awards for her actions, e.g. the BAFTA award in the Specialist Factual Programme Category, Grierson Documentary in the Presenter of the Year Category, WIncott Press and Broadcasting Award TV in the Programme of the Year Category, ISDD Award, Best TV Documentary, Deafest and Best Documentary.
Gabriel has been the Director of the Altomedia production company since 1987. He mainly focuses on documentaries from the fields of science, society and music. The film Dynamic Salt about gaining energy from sea is one of the last produced documentaries. This documentary won the Student Jury Award at the Pariscience festival in 2016. The Donkey Tales is another documentary, a film focusing on donkeys and their relationship to human in history. He is currently working on a film about a new genetic device CRISPR-Cas9, a revolutionary instrument which should help to research human genes in the future.
Eric is the co-founder of the French production company French Connections Films and since 2000, he has also been a producer, screenwriter and director of science documentaries. Éric also cooperates with various productions, directors, and broadcasters from around the world, such as France Televisions, ARTE, RAI, HBO Europe, Altros, SVT, RTS, YLE, Telequebec, PBS, and SBS Australia. Éric is one of the tutors of the Camp 4Science workshop and he regularly takes part in film conferences and fairs, such as WCSFP (World Congress of Science and Factual Producers).
Pauline is the CEO of the production company Windrose. She also works as a head of the acquisition and marketing department. The main office of Windrose is Paris, another branch is in Germany. This company produces quality documentaries and live performances from around the world. Its focus is mainly on art, culture (including music, dance, and film), social events, sport, science, and history. Windrose is an active member of several organisations, such as TVFI, SEDPA, AGDOK WCSFP and EDN.