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The Slovak documentary film Little Violet Robinson from director Tina Diosi is planning distribution in summer 2010.
Broken Promises, Foxes, and Soul at Peace have been nominated in the Best Film category of the Slovak national film awards, Sun in the Net 2010.
Slovak director Tomáš Krupa is in the production with the documentary film Absolvents, with fillming scheduled to continue into early 2011.
Slovak director Mariana Čengel-Solčanska is in postproduction with The Legend of Flying Cyprian, a historical drama in hoping to follow in the footsteps of Bathory and Janosik.
The animated film Stones from Slovak director Katarina Kerekesova is in the final stages of postproduction.
The Bratislava Film Festival is launching two major European initiatives in Bratislava to support emerging film talents: the Torino Film Lab and Script&Pitch workshops.
Slovak firm JMB Film and TV Production received the two largest grants from the Slovak Audiovisual program 2009 for the films Visible World (410,000 Euro), and Cherrie Boy (380 000…
The new Slovak Audiovisual Fund (www.avf.sk) received 169 applications in its first call since the fund was established on January 1, 2009.
FNE: What was the most important development in Slovak film industry over the past year? Martin Šmatlák: The main change is the creation of the Audiovisual Fund on 1 January…
FNE Visegrad Country Focus: Slovakia 2009Slovakia made a giant step forward in 2009 with the adoption of the Euro as its national currency and long awaited audiovisual legislation that established…
Slovak Producer Marko Skop and the director Juraj Lehotsky, the first Slovak film makers present at CineMart, are drawing interest with their feature film The Miracle (Zazrak ).
Slovak director Matej Minac is in postproduction with Niicky's Family, his sequel to The Power of Good, the 2002 Emmy award winning documentary about Sir Nicholas Winton.
Slovak director Mira Fornay who premiere of her Irish-Slovak-Czech feature debut Foxes at Venice, will present her second film project Brat (My Dog Killer) at the Berlinale Co-production Market February…
Film Europe, a division of distribution company SPI International (www.spi-film.eu), has launched DocuCS, the second of three themed TV and VOD channels planned for the Czech and Slovak markets.
After four year of gathering materials, Normalization, a full-length docu-tragedy by Slovak director Robert Kirchhoff, has gone into post-production.
Slovakia will present three films at the Rotterdam film festival and two films at Goteborg, spanning both fiction and documentary films.
Slovakia is experiencing a boom in domestic TV series, with eight successful series being produced by the country's two commercial stations, Joj and Markiza.
The Irish-Czech-Slovak coproduction Foxes (Lištičky) by Slovak director Mira Fornay opened in Slovakia December 10, following its Slovak premiere at the Bratislava film festival, distributed by Continental Film, s.r.o. (www.continental-film.sk).
For the second consecutive year, Slovak films are finding success at the local box office, with a market share that could top 20% for 2009 acccording to a new report…
A Slovak Film Institute (www.sfu.sk) panel, sponsored by Film New Europe, on the global position of Slovak films had a practical goal: to ensure that the current crop of international…

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