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BRATISLAVA: The Teacher directed by Jan Hřebejk won five awards, including best film, at the Sun in a Net awards. But it was outshone by A Prominent Patient by Julius Ševčík, which received eight awards, including most of the technical awards.

BRATISLAVA: Slovak Film Week, a showcase of domestic production organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy from 3 to 9 April 2017, will screen A Prominent Patient / Masaryk directed by Julius Ševčík.

BRATISLAVA: The Slovak Film Week, a showcase of domestic production organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy from 3 to 9 April 2017, will screen the documentary Steam on the River / Para nad riekou directed by Robert Kirchhoff and Filip Remunda.

BRATISLAVA: The Slovak Film Week, a showcase of domestic production organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy from 3 to 9 April 2017, will introduce the drama Little Feather / Pirko directed by Lucia Klein Svoboda and Petr Klein Svoboda.

BRATISLAVA: Miro Remo’s documentary Richard Müller: Unknown / Richard Müller: Nespoznaný will screen at the Slovak Film Week, a showcase for domestic production organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy from 3 to 9 April 2017. The film focuses on the life of well-known Czech/Slovak singer Richard Müller.

BRATISLAVA: Ondrej Šulaj’s Agave / Agáva will screen at the Slovak Film Week, a showcase of domestic production organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy from 3 to 9 April 2017. Slovak Film and Television Academy (SFTA) nominated Agave for best costume design and best make-up at the Sun in a Net national awards, set to be announced on 7 April 2017 as part of the Slovak Film Week event.

BRATISLAVA: Martin Kollar’s documentary 5 October will screen at the Slovak Film Week, a showcase for domestic production organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy from 3 to 9 April 2017. This is the first film by the renowned photographer and DoP, who worked with Ivan Ostrochovský on Koza.

BRATISLAVA: The second edition of the Slovak Film Week, a showcase for domestic production organised by the Slovak Film and Television Academy, will be held in Bratislava from 4 to 9 April 2017.

BRATISLAVA: Zuzana Liová is in development with Waiting / Čakanie, an intimate drama about a man who just turned 60 and learns that he’s dying of cancer. The principal photography of this Slovak/Czech/German coproduction is due to start in December 2017.

BRATISLAVA: Psychological drama The Cellar / Pivnica directed by Russian Igor Voloshin will start shooting in May 2017. The film is a Slovak/Russian/Czech coproduction set in Slovakia. The cast includes Slovak and Czech actors, as well as well-known Russian actress Olga Simonova.