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333 articles available in total starting from 27/07/2005. Last article published on 09/04/2021.

Slovakian Foxes on the Lido

Slovakian Foxes on the Lido

Slovak director Mira Fornay’s debut feature Foxes was presented as part of the Critics’ Week in Venice, marking the first time since 1984 a Slovak feature premiered there. The film tackles...  

10/09/2009 | Venice 2009 | Critics’ Week/Slovakia

Foxes in the running at Venice

Foxes in the running at Venice

International co-production Foxes will compete in the International Critics’ Week (SIC) selection at the 66th Venice International Film Festival. Slovak director Mira Fornay also wrote the script....  

27/07/2009 | Venice 2009 | Slovakia

Soul at Peace vying for Crystal Globe

Vladimir Balko's drama Soul at Peace is among 14 films contending for the Crystal Globe at Karlovy Vary (July 3-11). The film portrays an ex-con who struggles to resume an ordinary life. Balko...  

01/07/2009 | Festivals | Slovakia

My Husband's Women at Karlovy Vary

My Husband's Women at Karlovy Vary

Ivan Vojnar's My Husband's Women is one of eight new Slovak films screening at the 44th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (July 3–11). Vojnar is known for his documentaries, including his...  

30/06/2009 | Festivals | Slovakia

Hunger wins grand prize at Art Film

Hunger wins grand prize at Art Film

Steve McQueen's international award-winning film Hunger added two more prizes to its name over the weekend at the 17th Art Film Fest in Slovakia. The film won the Blue Angel grand prize and...  

30/06/2009 | Festivals | Slovakia

Slovak film sell at Cannes

Slovak film sell at Cannes

Film Europe closed a number of deals on Slovak films at Cannes, giving managing director Marta Lamperova reason to point to a promising future for the country's cinema. Ivan Vojnar’s My Husband's...  

29/05/2009 | Market | Slovakia

Music opens New Europe Film Festival

Slovak director Juraj Nvota's comedy Music opened the New Europe Film Festival yesterday in Edinburgh. Playing on the Zeitgeist of Slovak socialism in the 1970s, Nvota's film evokes the kind of...  

17/04/2009 | Festivals | Slovakia

Four local films to premiere at EFM

Four local films to premiere at EFM

Slovak filmmakers are asserting themselves in Berlin at the European Film Market this year, with three features and one documentary appearing before international buyers for the first time....  

30/01/2009 | Festivals | Slovakia

New audiovisual fund and projects announced

New audiovisual fund and projects announced

In a panel held during the 10th Bratislava International Film Festival (which ended December 5), the Slovak Film Institute’s Audiovisual Information Centre (AIC) announced a new Audiovisual Fund...  

16/12/2008 | Production | Slovakia

Mid-August Lunch named Best Film at Bratislava

Mid-August Lunch named Best Film at Bratislava

Gianni di Gregorio's Mid-August Lunch was named Best Film in competition at the Bratislava International Film Festival. The international jury — French filmmaker Eric Boyer, Austrian critic Otto...  

11/12/2008 | Festivals | Slovakia

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