Marianna Stránská collaborated on film projects as a costume designer and art director but also she is working as an sreenwriter and a moderator. She has collaborated with film directors: Vit Klusák on a documentary featurefilm The White worl according to Daliborek: A stylised portrait of a Czech neo-Nazi, who hates his life but doesn’t know what to change about it. Corrosively absurd and starkly chilling in equal measure, this tragicomedy investigates the radical worldview of ‘decent, ordinary people.’ And just when it seems that its message can’t get any more urgent, the film culminates in a totally uncompromising way. In 2014 she was nominated for the Czech Lion for the best costume for the film Cyril and Methodius - Apostles of the Slavs directed by Petr Nikolaev. As both Art director and the sreenwrited she has collaborated on a feature film Montenegro. Between 2020-2022 she has been moderating with her colleague Jiří Pasz a 40 episodes long podcast “Nebát se” under a Scout institute Prague. Recently she has collaborated as cowriter and a moderator on a Czech TV documentary about her own family “Jména se ctí” directed by Martin Kubala.