Our team

We are the Czech Film Commission, filmmakers’ first contact with the Czech Republic. We’re here to introduce you to our country and those great locations, facilities and crews you keep hearing about. Please contact us. We speak Filmmaking.

Pavlína Žipková

Pavlína Žipková

pavlina@filmcommission.cz
+420 603 554 044

Pavlina has been the head of the Czech Film Commission since February 2018.
Before joining the commission in 2016, she worked as a line producer and production manager. Her credits include the documentary feature Who Will Write Our History directed by Roberta Grossman and exec. produced by Nancy Spielberg; the 2008 film Blessed is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh, shortlisted for an Academy Award; Pamela Mason Wagner’s documentary Joan of Arc; and Eli Roth’s horror film Hostel.
Pavlina consults incoming producers in all questions concerning filming in the Czech Republic and you will see her regularly at international film markets in which the commission is involved. In 2018, she became a vice-president of the board of directors of the EUFCN.
Pavlina speaks English and Czech.

Petra Marková

Petra Marková

petra@filmcommission.cz
+420 778 543 290

Petra graduated from the Písek Film College, where she studied directing and screenwriting. After completing her studies, she worked as a location manager and assistant on film and television shoots such as The IllusionistHannibal RisingHenry IV, as well as Red Tails, produced by George Lucas.
Petra then worked for ten years with an international consulting company, where she prepared bids for public tenders and was responsible for the visual form of presentations and other documents.
In August 2019, Petra joined us as a supporting team member and coordinator of location tours, which are our means of introducing filmmakers to new and as-yet-undiscovered locations in various regions of the Czech Republic. She speaks English and Czech.

Ludmila Claussová

Ludmila Claussová

ludmila@filmcommission.cz
+420 728 132 026

Ludmila led the Czech Film Commission from its establishment in 2004 until January 2018 and helped negotiate the introduction of Czech production incentives in 2010.
She was a founding member of the European Film Commissions Network (EUFCN) in 2007 and a member of its board until 2011.
Ludmila currently serves as a liaison between industry and local authorities, consults with incoming producers on all questions concerning filming in the Czech Republic, and communicates with the domestic and international press.
Ludmila speaks English, German, Italian, and Czech.