Slovenčina                                                              25.02.2018, 12:23
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  Slovakian New Wave in Finland
The pioneers of Slovak New Wave will be presented in the february programme of the Cinematheque of National Audiovisual Institute in Helsinki. The Slovakian New Wave showcase will take place between Feb 8 – 21, 2018 and will introduce one documentary and four fiction films made by five Slovak directors in the Sixties and early Seventies.
  What's Slovak at Berlinale 2018
The 68th Berlinale (Feb 15 - 25, 2018) will present Slovak cinema! The festival will introduce new feature film The Interpreter by Martin Šulík and short animation Untravel.
  The Flower Shop and Insect to premiere at Rotterdam IFF 2018
Two films will represent Slovak cinema at the 47th edition of IFF Rotterdam (Jan 24 – Feb 4, 2018). Feature-lenght fiction The Flower Shop will be internationally premiered in the competition Bright Future and the new film by Jan Švankmajer Insect will be screened in the world premiere within the section Signature.
  The CEE Animation Industry Is Uniting into a Single Market
This year the European Commission developed an Animation Plan, which aims to invigorate the animation industry in the entire EU. The Central and Eastern European region contains great potential that has yet to be tapped. A new initiative titled the CEE Animation Workshop is striving to capture this potential by bringing together independent animated film producers from a total of eighteen countries and showing producers from the CEE region the latest international animation industry trends. The event will be held from 2 to 6 December, 2017 in Ljubljana.
  Slovak films at IDFA 2017
International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam will present two Slovak films at its annual 30th edition (November 15 – 26, 2017). Documentary The White World According to Daliborek by Vít Klusák will have its international premiere and a project of Slovak director and producer Peter Kerekes Occupation 1968 (d. Evdokia Moskvina, Linda Dombrovszky, Maria Elise Scheidt, Magda Szymkow, Stephan Komandarev) will be presented in the section IDFA Forum. In addition, The Lust for Power (d. Tereza Nvotová) is part of Docs for Sale
  Slovak Cinema at Film Festival Cottbus
German Film Festival Cottbus, focused on Eastern and Central European cinema will screen seven Slovak films at its 27th edition (November 1-12, 2017).
  Slovak films at Bratislava IFF 2017
International Film Festival Bratislava (Nov 9 – 16, 2017) will again present a wide range of Slovak Films. Traditional section Made in Slovakia brings contemporary Slovak cinema to an international audience.
  Ji.hlava opens with The Lust for Power by Tereza Nvotová
The documentary autumn festival season is ready to start! The 21st edition of Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival (Oct 24 – 29, 2017) kicks off and opens with a Slovak documentary The Lust for Power by Tereza Nvotová.

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