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BRATISLAVA: Eva Nová by Marko Škop won the IGRIC Award for best feature film of 2015. The ceremony of the Slovak Film Union, Literary Fund and Union of Slovak Television Creators - IGRIC awards for best Slovak films in 2015 was held in Bratislava´s Malá scéna on 22 September 2016.

PIEŠŤANY: Son of Saul by László Nemes was awarded Best European Film at the 11th International Film Festival Cinematik, which was held in Piešťany from 13 to 18 September 2016. 5 October by Martin Kollar won the domestic documentary competitive section Cinematik.doc.

PIEŠTANY: The 11th International Film Festival Cinematik will be held in Piešťany from 13 to 18 September 2016. A total of 91 films (78 feature-length and 13 short and mid-length films) will be screened in six venues.

BRATISLAVA: Jan Hřebejk’s feature film The Teacher/ Učiteľka opened as second in Slovak cinemas on 21 July 2016, selling 15,489 tickets and cashing in 74,000 EUR gross.

BRATISLAVA:  A Hole in the Head/ Diera v hlave, the new film by the Slovak creative documentary filmmaker Robert Kirchhoff, is in final stages of postproduction and is set to be released in November 2016. This essay focuses on the European Romani during WWII.

BRATISLAVA: Slovak director Mariana Čengel Solčanská moved to postproduction as she wrapped the shooting of her upcoming feature film Kidnapping/ Únos end of June 2016. The film is set to be released on 2 March 2017.

BRATISLAVA: Slovakia will see two festivals directly competing for audiences, films and guests at the end of this month. Following the decision of Art Film Fest to relocate to the Eastern city of Košice, the spa town of Trenčianske Teplice will unveil the first edition of a new film festival, International Film Festival Trenčianske Teplice.

BRATISLAVA: Czech/Slovak coproduction The Angel of God 2, the sequel to director Jiří Strach’s 2005 fairy-tale comedy, is completing production in preparation for a Christmas holiday season theatrical and TV release.

BRATISLAVA: The new Slovak/Swedish animated series for children Vincent & Sheep is nearing the end of its Kickstarter campaign. The production is seeking 27,000 EUR.

BRATISLAVA: Heart of a Tower/Srdce veže by director and animator Peter Budinský has received a 60,000 EUR grant from the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme. Its premiere is set for 2020.