"Unseen" director.

Maia Martiniak (Ing. Mgr. art. Mária Martiniaková, born in 1977, Slovakia) is a director and a production manager of documentary films, television programming, events, and commercials. She holds an Industry Engineer degree from the Technical University of Košice (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 2001) and a Master of Fine Arts from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (Director of Documentary Filmmaking, 2016). She holds the Grand Prize from film festival AGROFILM NITRA 2016 (Slovakia) and Best documentary from SUNLIGHT International Film Festival, Berlin 2017 (Germany) for the film GREEN TRANSITIONS. In her documentaries, she focuses primarily on environmental issues, development cooperation and the issue of respect for the rights of children and women; TRADING WITH FEAR (vaccination of children, Academy of Performing Arts 2012), ZUNA (home births, Academy of Performing Arts 2012), HELP AFRICA ‒ PYCO FOR UGANDA (work of UNICEF in Uganda, TV JOJ 2013), GREEN TRANSITIONS (work of People in Peril in Kenya, People in peril, Mediapulz & RTVS 2015), MORNING OF BUTTERFLIES (spontaneous abortions, Academy of Performing Arts 2016), UNSEEN (birth trauma, ARINA , Mediapulz & RTVS 2020).
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