Jan is a field producer and team player, ready to fulfil the important requests and overcome great challenges in creating appealing trans-media content. Teams available in Vienna in Austria and Nairobi in Kenya with experienced visual storytellers and media production. Experienced in journalism, multimedia, documentary, corporate, featured, web and mini-series for clients across the globe. Commissioned by History channel, Zinc Network, CGTN Beijing, Global Citizen and Al Jazeera. Awards; 2019 UNHCR Award, Czech Press Photo, https://bit.ly/3hd7awP 2018 Nominee, series News, Slovak Press Photo 2018 Finalist, Fotožurnalistika – Najlepšia fotografia 2017 | Open Society Foundation, https://bit.ly/3h6jU8y 2018 Best International Film on Modern Slavery 2017, Unchosen – films against Slavery, https://bit.ly/2Ba60CS 2017 CENA ČTENÁŘŮ ČASOPISU LIDÉ A ZEMĚ, Czech Press Photo, https://bit.ly/2WynAYF http://facebook.com/janhusar http://janhusar.com
Full production by JHD 2019 for an international human rights campaign in short documentary form. Desc: In 2018, investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his partner Martina Kusnirova were shot dead after exposing political corruption. Now an organisation
Full production JHD; short documentary form
History Channel - Matthew VanDyke: The Freedom Fighter (History Now) Matthew VanDyke is the founder of Sons of Liberty International, a security firm that advises, trains, and supplies vulnerable populations to defend themselves against terrorists. He is preparing for an independent mission to Iraq during which he’ll train Iraqis to fight back against the Islamic State.
The Hungarian police let some refugees, who were trying to get to Germany, board trains. Then they kicked them all off 25 miles later. Jan Husar for AJ+ (Al Jazeera)
Russian Invasion in Belbek Airport Military Base in Ukraine Crimea (Spring 2014)
Revolution is a film about changing the world. The true-life adventure of Rob Stewart, this follow-up to his acclaimed SHARKWATER documentary continues his remarkable journey; one that will take him through 15 countries over four years, and where he'll discover that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger -- it's humanity itself.