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  Two international premieres in Warsaw!
35th Warsaw Film Festival (October 11 – 20, 2019) will introduce tree Slovak feature films.
  Digitally restored Wild Lilies at Lumière Festival 2019
Digitally restored film Wild Lilies (1972) by Elo Havetta will world premiere at the of one of the largest and most respected international festivals of the classic film Lumière Festival in Lyon (October 12 - 20, 2019). This is the third digitally restored film from the collections of the National Film Archive of the SFI that festival has selected for its program in the past three years.
  7th Czech and Slovak Film Festival of Australia
This year the 7th edition of the Czech and Slovak Film Festival of Australia will celebrate the 30th anniversary of 1989’s famously peaceful Velvet Revolution, the beginning of a new era of democracy in Czechoslovakia. On this special occasion, festival will bring a program that reflects the topic and successful contemporary cinema to the audience of Melbourne (September 19 – 22, 2019) and Canberra (October 4 – 6, 2019).
  Slovak Nomination for the Oscars is Let There Be Light
The Slovak nomination for the Best International Feature Film Award of the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), also known as the Oscar, is Let There Be Light by Marko Škop.
  Slovenian and French cinemathéques present Slovak Classics
The Slovenian Cinematheque in Ljubljana will present selection of Slovak films made mostly during the ‘Golden Era’ of 1960s as a part of the Czech-Slovak Film Days showcase (September 10 – 12, 2019). Next week, the Cinemathèque du Documentaire in Paris will screen Milan Černák's medium length film World Ski Championships (1970) at Centre Pompidou.
  New Slovak documentaries compete at the 14th Cinematik
International Film Festival Cinematik (September 10 – 15, 2019) will explore the cinema of Portugal, although many Slovak films will be presented as well. Non-competitive section In the House dedicated to Slovak cinema will present a selection of new feature-length and short films. Slovak documentaries that premiered during the period of one year before the festival will compete within Cinematik.doc.
  The Painted Bird and SH_T HAPPENS in the 76th Venice IFF’s competitions
Strong representation of Slovak cinema is heading to the 76th Venice International Film Festival (August 28 – September 7, 2019). Long-awaited The Painted Bird by Václav Marhoul was selected for the Main Competition and short animated SH_T HAPPENS by directing duo David Štumpf and Michaela Mihályi will world premiere within Orizzonti Short Film Competition. Furthermore, representatives of two upcoming films will take part in the Venice Gap-Financing Market.
  Summer Film School Uherské Hradište 2019
The 45th anniversary edition of the Summer Film School Uherské Hradište will traditionally give special attention to Slovak cinema. Beside fourteen Slovak feature-length films, contemporary works of film school students and selected shorts will be presented.
  Almost 30 Slovak films at Fest Anča
12th International Animation Festival in Žilina will present almost 30 Slovak films from June 27 to June 30, 2019.
  What's Slovak in Karlovy Vary 2019?
News on the Slovak participation at the 54th edition of Karlovy Vary IFF.

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