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One of the biggest success stories of 2015 was the Weinstein production, Marco Polo 2, which became the first production to benefit from the new Slovak tax incentive scheme.
Bratislava: A Russian movie for children, The Snow Queen 2, based on the classic fairy tale, is leading the TOP 10 of the last weekend in Slovak Cinemas.
BRATISLAVA: Slovak production company Alef Film&Media Group is developing a documentary about an 81-year-old Slovak artist, Alex Mlynarcik.
BRATISLAVA: The fifth annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe (SIECE) conference, which takes place 20-21 November 2015 in the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, will feature two keynote lectures…
BRATISLAVA: The Colombian film Land and Shade directed by Cesar Augusto Acevedo won the Best Film and the FIPRESCI prizes at the 17th Bratislava IFF closing ceremony on 16 November…
BRATISLAVA: Slovak director Juraj Nvota is in postproduction with Johanna’s Mystery, a 75-minute fairytale which will screen on public broadcasters Slovak TV and Czech TV on 24 and 25 December…
BRATISLAVA: The Slovak film industry is seeing the results of governmental film investment initiatives, on both the domestic and the international landscape, while expanding distribution support.
BRATISLAVA: A Slovak family musical, Spievankovo 5, landed in fourth place at the Slovak box office in its second week in release. The film opened in second place, debuting on…
BRATISLAVA: Fresh off its best actor award at the Cottbus Film Festival, Olmo Omerzu’s Family Film will represent Slovakia at the 17th Bratislava IFF which runs 12-17 November 2015.
COTTBUS: Slovak director/producer Ivan Ostrochovsky tackles a new topic in Slovak film: the infiltration of the Catholic Church by the communist regime in his film The Disciple which was pitched…
JIHLAVA: Slovak documentary director and producer Peter Kerekes is in development and production with a slate of three documentaries, all of which will be international coproductions, on the heels of…
BRATISLAVA: The fifth annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe (SIECE) conference, will take place 20-21 November 2015 at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, a reflection of how Slovakia’s…
BRATISLAVA: The Slovak Film Union, Literary Fund and Union of Slovak Television Creators (IGRIC) have announced their awards for the best Slovak films in 2014. This year the IGRIC prize…
BRATISLAVA: Slovak Film and Television Academy selected Ivan Ostrochovský’s debut feature Koza as Slovakia’s candidate in the Foreign-Language category at the 88th Academy Awards.
BRATISLAVA: Matyas Prikler’s new project Power (working title), a Slovak/Hungarian/Czech coproduction, is the first Slovak project selected for Holland Film Meeting (24-27 September 2015).
PIEŠTANY: The Duke of Burgundy by Peter Strickland won the Meeting Point Europe Award at the 10th Cinematik Film Festival running from 10 to 15 September 2015, while wave vs.…
PIEŠTANY: The 10nd Cinematik Film Festival (10-15 September 2015) will run its regular competitions Meeting Point Europe and Cinematik.doc, and will focus this year on the Catalan cinema. 
PRAGUE: Miro Drobný’s new documentary Rytmus, the Urban Dream /Rytmus, sídliskový sen had 15,000 admissions in Czech cinemas and ended in the second position last weekend, after the American comedy…
BRATISLAVA: Jan Hřebejk started shooting on a new feature film The Teacher on 8 August 2015. The premiere is planned for autumn 2016.
BRATISLAVA: Iveta Grófová has begun filming her second feature, a Slovak/Czech/Hungarian coproduction entitled She Is a Harbour. 

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