Kamila studied screenwriting and dramaturgy at Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (JAMU), journalism at Masaryk University, and completed a two-semester Film Studies & Broadcasting internship in the United States. She defended her doctoral thesis on the reality TV genre in 2018. Kamila teaches at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague, where she previously served as a vice-dean. She was a dramaturgist and later a creative producer at Czech Television. The films and programmes she helped create have repeatedly won many Czech and international awards. She directed Ptáčata (Nestlings), a documentary where she followed – for ten years – the lives of Roma children in a separate class that was formed because of a petition by white parents who did not want their children to study with the Roma. In 2018, she founded Serial Killer, an international television festival in Brno and the first of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe. Kamila is cooperating with investor Jiří Hlavenka on establishing a Television Institute in Brno with the aim of building an international centre for quality education in the field of television production.