Benjamin Tuček
(Czech Republic)

Czech screenwriter, photographer and author Benjamin Tuček gained his first significant professional experience as assistant director for Saša Gedeon’s Return of the Idiot (1999). He debuted in 2002 with Děvčátko, a surrealist story from a Prague housing estate. His achieved his greatest acclaim as the screenwriter for the internationally successful Protektor (Marek Najbrt, 2009). Together with Robert Geisler and Marek Najbrt, he co-scripted Champions (2004) and Polski Film (2012). He is also the co-author of the Internet series Kancelář Blaník (2014-2017). Tuček has published the short story collection Very Short Waves (2009) and helped create the TV series Therapy (2011). In 2010, he made the documentary film Tantra.

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