BRATISLAVA: The 20th Bratislava IFF, which runs 29 November – 2 December, has transformed the Made in Slovakia section to a selection of Slovak and Czech films, with several Slovak/Czech coproductions.
The ten films include five full length films and five short student films. They range from a Slovak experimental short documentary student film to the award-winning coproduction Winter Flies by the Prague-based Slovenian director Olmo Omerzu.
The complete list of films in the Made in CZ/SK follows:
Breaking News (Czech Republic)Directed by Tomas BojarProduced by Cinema Arsenal, i/o post, Sounderground, Bystrouška Supported by the Czech Film Fund
Domestique (Czech Republic, Slovakia)Directed by Adam SedlakProduced by Shore Points (Czech Republic), Sentimentalfilm (Slovakia)
Extraction (Slovakia)Directed by Katerina HronikovaProduced by VŠMU
Journey (Slovakia, Czech Republic)Directed by Marek JasaňProduced by Artichoke (Czech Republic), Animation People (Slovakia), VŠMU
King Skate (Czech Republic)Directed by Šimon ŠafránekProduced by Negativ, the Czech Television, Magiclab
Talks with TGM (Czech Republic, Slovakia) Directed by Jakub Červenka Produced by Bedna Films (Czech Republic), Fantomas Production (Slovakia) Supported by the Slovak Audiovisual Fund
The Trip (Slovakia)Directed by Daniel RihákProduced by VŠMU
Therapy by Traveling (Slovakia)Directed by Michal BaránekProduced by VŠMU
Vampire Sushi (Slovakia)Directed by Marek Fischer, Jakub Cheban, Michaela HoškováProduced by VŠMU
Winter Flies / Zimske muhe (Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, France) Directed by Olmo Omerzu Cinematography by Lukáš Milota Produced by endorfilm Coproduced by Punkchart Films, Koskino, Cvinger Film, Czech Television and Rougue International Supported by the Polish Film Institute, the Czech Film Centre, Slovak Film Institute, Slovenski filmski center and Javna agencija RS