Marko Škop

Marko Škop

Director of Photography
Ján Meliš

František Krähenbiel

Milan Ondrík, František Beleš, Zuzana Konečná, Ľubomír Paulovič, Katarína Kormaňáková, Maximilián Dušanič, Daniel Fischer, Csongor Kassai, Anikó Vargová, Marek Geišberg

Marko Škop, Ján Meliš, Petr Oukropec, Pavel Strnad

Production Company

Let There Be Light

Young Slovakian director Marko Skop’s 2015 debut feature, Eva Nova, won the Fipresci Award at the Toronto Film Festival and was selected as the Slovak entry for the 89th Academy Awards. He now brings us Let There Be Light, an impressive drama that offers an inside perspective on Slovakian society. Milan, a long-absent father who has been working in Germany, returns to find out that his teenage son is in trouble. As the investigation deepens into the death of one of his son’s classmates, Milan realizes that he doesn’t actually know his son at all. Not only that, he begins to discover troubling truths that he hasn’t picked up on until now.


Marko Škop
Škop is a graduate of the Academy of Performing Arts VŠMU in Bratislava, Slovakia, and the director of TV documentary films, Other Worlds (2006) and Osadne (2009). He produced Juraj Lehotsky’s documentary, Blind Loves (2009), which won the CICAE Award at the Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes. His fiction feature debut was Eva Nová (2015), which was awarded the FIPRESCI Prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Slovakia, Czechia, 2019
DCP, Colour