Pavel Juráček (Czech: [ˈpavɛl ˈjuraːtʃɛk]; 2 August 1935, Příbram, Czechoslovakia – 20 May 1989, Prague) was a Czech screenwriter and film director who studied at FAMU. Although not as famous as Miloš Forman or Jiří Menzel, he was an exponent of the Czech New Wave as well. He worked at Prague Barrandov Studios; however after his satirical movie Case for a Rookie Hangman (1970) was shelved, his movie career came to an end.
- Joseph Kilian (Postava k podpírání) (1963) – co-directed with Jan Schmidt; Grand Prize at ISFF Oberhausen, FIPRESCI Prize at IFF Mannheim
- Every Young Man (Každý mladý muž) (1965)
- Case for a Rookie Hangman (Případ pro začínajícího kata) (1970)
- Black and White Sylva (Černobílá Sylva) (1961) – directed by Jan Schmidt
- Ceiling (Strop) (1962) – directed by Věra Chytilová
- Keeper of Dynamite (Hlídač dynamitu) (1963) – directed by Hynek Bočan
- Voyage to the End of the Universe (Ikarie XB1) (1963) – directed by Jindřich Polák
- The Jester's Tale (Bláznova kronika) (1964) – directed by Karel Zeman
- Nobody Will Laugh (Nikdo se nebude smát) (1966) – directed by Hynek Bočan
- Daisies (Sedmikrásky) (1966) – directed by Věra Chytilová
- Late August at the Hotel Ozone (Konec srpna v hotelu Ozon) (1967) – directed by Jan Schmidt
- Kinoautomat (1967) – directed by Radúz Činčera
- "Pavel Jurácek Season 2006". BBC. February 2006. Retrieved 21 September 2013.
- Pajukallio, Arto (2011-08-10). "Nuoren pyövelin tapaus". Helsingin Sanomat (in Finnish). pp. D 5.
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