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BRATISLAVA: The Slovak Film Week, a showcase of domestic production organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy from 9 to 15 April 2018, will introduce Gyorgy Kristóf’s debut feature Out. This Slovak/Hungarian/Czech coproduction had its world premiere in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

BRATISLAVA: Laco Halama’s biopic Dubček will have its avantpremiere as the opening film of the 4th Slovak Film Week. The showcase of domestic production is organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy in Bratislava and nine cities across Slovakia from 9 to 15 April 2018.

BRATISLAVA: The 4th Slovak Film Week, an annual showcase of domestic film production, will be held in Bratislava and nine cities across Slovakia from 9 to 15 April 2018.

BRATISLAVA: The Line by Peter Bebjak has 13 nominations for the 8th The Sun in a Net national awards and together with Little Harbour by Iveta Grófová and Filthy by Tereza Nvotová is nominated for best feature film. The awards ceremony will be held in Bratislava on 6 April 2018.

BRATISLAVA: Polish short documentary Dust / Proch directed by Jakub Radej was awarded best film at the 25th edition of MFFK Febiofest. The festival took place in Bratislava from 15 to 21 March 2018.

BRATISLAVA: Twenty short films are running in the In the Heart of Europe competition of the 25th MFFK Febiofest Slovakia (15- 21 March 2018). Creation, production and distribution of short films are the main topics of the 3rd Industry Days (20-21 March 2018).

BRATISLAVA: Slovak films set box office records in domestic cinemas in 2017. The attendance of nearly 1.5 m admissions was the strongest in the history of independent Slovakia, since 1993.

BRATISLAVA: Slovak films had nearly 1.5 m admissions in domestic cinemas in 2017, which is the strongest attendance in the history of independent Slovakia. The most popular films were All or Nothing and The Line, which surpassed 300,000 admissions each.

BRATISLAVA: Ten projects, including Slovak/Czech coproductions, registered for the 20% cash rebate at the Slovak Audiovisual Fund in 2017 for a 2018 shooting. The eased requierements implemented in 2017 attracted more international projects than in 2016, when four projects applied for incentives.

BRATISLAVA: The political drama By a Sharp Knife / Ostrým nožom completed its shooting at the end of September 2017 and is in postprodution. The film will be released in 2018.