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La Semaine du film slovaque met à l'honneur la production nationale

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- L'événement, organisé par l'Académie du cinéma et de la télévision de Slovaquie, va reparcourir les films produits dans le pays en 2018

La Semaine du film slovaque met à l'honneur la production nationale
The Interpreter de Martin Šulík

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Similarly to the Czech Republic, which celebrates its domestic cinema and audiovisual production from the previous year at Finále Plzeň (see the news), Slovakia does likewise at the Slovak Film Week, organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy. The week-long showcase provides an overview of domestic oeuvres and a wide array of co-productions from the previous year. The Slovak Film Week will be kicked off by the national film awards ceremony, dubbed The Sun in a Net, also overseen by the Slovak Film and Television Academy. The historical biopic drama Toman [+lire aussi :
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by Ondřej Trojan and Martin Šulík’s road dramedy The Interpreter [+lire aussi :
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boast the most nominations, and they are both part of the Slovak Film Week’s line-up to boot.

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The programme will also include the most-visited film locally, the dance flick Backstage [+lire aussi :
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by Andrea Sedláčková (see the news); the best film of 2018 according to the Czech film critics, the historical biopic Jan Palach [+lire aussi :
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 (see the news); the Igor Voloshin-helmed thriller Cellar [+lire aussi :
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; the feature-length animated film Parallel (only the second animated feature to be made in the country after Slovakia gained its autonomy); the family-orientated animated series The WebstersJan Švankmajer’s Insect [+lire aussi :
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; and the chamber biopic drama Talks with T.G. Masaryk [+lire aussi :
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, centring on the characters of the founder of Czechoslovakia, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, and venerable Czech author Karel Čapek. Slovakian cinema was particularly rich in documentary films last year, such as Marek Kuboš’ self-reflective movie The Last Self-portrait [+lire aussi :
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Michal Varga’s Circus Rwanda [+lire aussi :
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 (unveiled at last year’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival) and Anna Kryvenko’s found-footage documentary My Unknown Soldier [+lire aussi :
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, among others, which will all screen at the gathering.

The winning films in the categories of Best Film, Best Documentary and Best Animated Film will subsequently be given the opportunity to travel across the country.

The Slovak Film Week runs from 6-12 April in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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