Marek Kralovsky – film editor

Marek Kralovsky graduated from the Department of Editing at the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia in 2002. Soon after finishing his studies he was asked by Hollywood based directors, Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik, to edit a Slovak clone of Robin Hood – Janosik: A True Story. Afterwards Kralovsky continued working and editing several award-winning documentaries, animation, fiction films and commercials. He became a close collaborator of Austrian documentary maker Georg Misch, English director Sophie Fiennes or Middle East based Azza El-Hassan, while his editing contribution to Arsy-Versy by Miro Remo backed achievement of 36 prizes. One of his skills beside clear storytelling is the interest in using models of human psychological behavior to support the films.

See Marek’s filmography on IMDb