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Vladimir Balko's Soul at Peace (www.pokojvdusi), has reached nearly 115,000 admissions since its premiere on January 29, turning it into a local hit.
The newly formed Slovak Audiovisual Fund closes its call for applications for the position of Director on April 27 at 15:00.
Financial group J&T has bought a 65 percent stake in Bratislava's Koliba film studio from 1. garantovana for 12.3 million Euro.
Low-budget Slovak horror film Death Factory: First Blood (Fabrika smrti: mlada krv) began filming April 7.
Slovak director Robert Sveda has signed on to direct Former People for Slovak Public Television's (STV) documentary series The Biggest Slovak Criminal Cases, produced by D.N.A. Production.
A ten member council governing the Audiovisual Fund of Slovakia has been appointed, with each member to serve a six-year term.
The Case of the Unfaithful Klara, an Italian/Slovak production co-produced by Rudolf Biermann (Charlie's and In Film Praha), is set to premiere on March 27 in Italy.
Slovak distribution company Intersonic has been nominated for Best European Distributor by the European Association of Animation Films for its Cartoon Movie Tributes.
Peter Kerekes´ new full-length documentary film Cooking History (Ako sa varia dejiny) has its Slovak premiere on February 18th.
Czech Television Nova Sport aims to reach the the Slovak market with its new Nova Sport HD.
Six Slovak films are representing Slovak film production at the European Film Market in Berlin, including three premieres.
Soul at Peace (Pokoj v dusi) the second Slovak film of 2009, was released in Slovak cinemas on January 29.
The European Commission announced on January 22 that it had raided Slovak Telekom on suspicion of abuse of its leading market position.
Two Slovak film premieres in January and the Rotterdam screening of the critically praised debut Blind Loves (Slepe lasky) paint a promising start for Slovak film in 2009.
Bathory is not only the box office national hit in Slovakia for 2008; it is the most successful movie in Slovak history, smashing the competition with over 1,465,226 euros (43…
Slovak commercial television station TV Markiza (www.markiza.sk) announced it will launch a new channel, TV Doma.
Young Slovak director Juraj Lehotsky (age 33) drew international attention with his 77-minute debut Blind Loves, a documentary with fictional elements about love among the blind, whcih premiered on March…

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