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Central European Enterprise (CME, www.cetv-net.com) will begin broadcasting TV DOMA (At Home), a soap opera and romance channel aimed at female audiences aged 12-54, on August 31.
After three weeks in Slovak distribution, the low-budget Slovak film Bratislavafilm (www.bratislavafilm.sk) has pulled in 35,667 admissions.
SLOVAKIA: The year 2009 is already being hailed as a major watershed for Slovakia's film industry with both the conversion to the Euro and the country's long awaited new film…
News web server www.sme.sk launched an internet television channel, tv.sme.sk, on June 11.
The Polish-Slovak-Czech-Hungarian co-production about the Slovak folk hero Janosik, Janosik. The True Story is in postproduction, with sound work taking place in Bratislava, Warsaw and Prague.
My Husband's Women, the latest film from Ivan Vojnár, has racked up sales to Poland and Greece prior to its debut in Slovakia in late June.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) is poised to launch a new channel in Slovakia, TV Doma, joining its flagship Slovak station Markiza TV.
Slovak cinemas attracted 1,022,890 viewers in the first quarter of 2009, a 44% rise in admissions comparing to the first quarter in the year 2008.
Slovak director and producer Peter Kerekes found co-producers for his film on cosmonauts while participating in European Film Promotion's Producers On the Move at Cannes.
The Slovak government has approved the construction of a new media complex in Bratislava, housing the three state-supported public media institutions.
A newly discovered interest in local film production pushed the market share for Slovak films to an unprecedented 15% in 2008.
Following a rise in local film production and co-productions, Slovakia is finding increased sales fo foreign territories for its top titles.
The Austrian-Slovak-Czech documentary film Cooking History (Ako sa varia dejiny) was five year in the making, but for producer/director Peter Kerekes, the selection as a Producers on the Move in…
Martin Smatlak has been chosen as the first director of the new Slovak Audiovisual Fund.
Slovak producer Marko Škop (Blind Loves) is wrapping postproduction on the full-length documentary Osadne, which will premiere at Karlovy Vary (www.kviff.com) (July 3-11, 2009) in the documentary competition.
SPI ( www.spi-film.sk) is handling distribution of Broken Promise, a Slovak/Czech co-production from Czech comedy director Jiri Chlumsky.
Following on the heels of Big Respect (Velky respekt), the city of Bratislava is the title star in another low budget film -- this one dealing with the city and…
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.

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