ales@albo-prague.cz

Laboratory supervisor, teacher

At the Cinematography Department, Aleš Boštička teaches the lab processing of cinematographic films and presents the functions of a film laboratory and related issues to the students.

Aleš Boštička graduated from the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague. For a long time he acted as Director of the Barrandov Film Laboratories, worked at the Miroslav Ondříček Film Academy in Písek, then founded a consultancy company; nowadays, he is the Head of Bonton a.s. Film Laboratories. He has lectured at the Cinematography Department since 1995 and collaborated with FAMU International since 2010.

 

Post-production filmography (selection):

2015 – The Noonday Witch (dir. Jiri Sadek)
2011 – Men in Hope (dir. Jiří Vejdělek)
2010 – Haberman’s Mill (dir. Juraj Herz)
2009 – Solomon Kane (dir. Michael J. Bassett)
2009 – G.I.Joe (dir. Stephen Sommers)
2008 – English Strawberries (dir. Vladimír Drha)
2006 – The Illusionist (dir. Neil Burger)
2005 – The Brothers Grimm (dir. Terry Gillam)
2005 – Oliver Twist (dir. Roman Polanski)
2004 – The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wadrobe (dir. Andrew Adamson)
2003 – Van Helsing (dir. Stephen Sommer)
2003 – Shanghai Knights (dir. David Dobkin)
2002 – Hart’s War (dir. Gregory Hoblit)
2001 – Anne Frank: The Whole Story (dir. Robert Dornhelm)
2000 – Little Otik (dir. Jan Švankmajer)
1984 – Amadeus (dir. Miloš Forman)