Fog'n'Desire was founded in 2006 in Prague by filmmakers Viktor Taus (Czech Republic) and Michal Kollar-Krajnak (Slovakia). The company’s primary goal is to produce/co-produce feature length films with strong themes that appeal to both local and International audiences. The two are already known as established commercial directors.
In its four years of existence, the company has established itself as a financially viable entity, involved in producing two commercially successful films ("The Great Thaw", which had the second biggest opening week-end for a Czech film ever, managed over 650,000 admissions in 2008-2009 and became one of the highest rated film (70% share) shown on television in Czech Republic in the last 20 years; and "Catfish Summer", a low budget comedy which the company distributed independently in 2007, drawing 130,000 admissions, selling 47,000 dvd units and taking a 35% share of the TV market when it showed on commercial TV).
The company is currently in post-production on its third feature, "The House", a Media Development recipient and Eurimages supported co-production which will premiere in 2011. It also has in development two feature film projects ("Clownwise" and "The Red Captain") and one documentary ("Gypsies Vote"). The company owns a small post-production facility for commercials, which is also available for some of its feature work.