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  Slovak films and personalities receiving awards at Bratislava IFF
The 14th Bratislava IFF (9. - 15. 11. 2012) was closed yesterday with a gala ceremony, during which Slovak films from the new MADE IN SLOVAKIA - Feature and Animation Film Competition were awarded. Prizes also went to Slovak personalities actor Štefan Kvietik and actress Gabriela Marcinková.
  New face of the MADE IN SLOVAKIA section of the Bratislava IFF
The 14th edition of the Bratislava International Film Festival (Bratislava IFF) will run November 9 - 15, 2012 and will welcome its visitors in a new festival center - the Sklad č. 7 (Eurovea). That is however, not the only news at this year's edition - in co-operation with the Slovak Film Institute (SFÚ) it will give a new face to the established section MADE IN SLOVAKIA, as well.
  Made in Ash will travel in November
Made in Ash, directed by Iveta Grofová, the Slovak national nomination for the Oscars, is busy with travels beginning of November, as well.
  Significant presence of Slovak films at Listapad IFF
The 19th edition of the Listapad IFF, taking place in Minsk, Belarus, will be giving a significant space for Slovak films in its programme this year: during November 2 - 9, 2012, it will welcome Slovak films in competition, non-competitive and retrospective sections.
  Slovak films awarded at festivals in Toruń and Jihlava
Academy Award candidate for Slovakia, Made in Ash directed by Iveta Grof, won the prestigious award at IFF Tofifest for Best Director.
  First EFA Nominations announced
First European Film Award nominations have been announced: the co-production title Alois Nebel (2011) by Tomáš Luňák being among the nominees. Gypsy by Martin Šulík (2011) still remains in the wider selection of European fiction films.
  Ji.hlava 2012 with a strong Slovak representation
International Documentary Film Festival Jihlava 2012 (23rd-28th 10th 2012) starts this year its 16th year and as usual, it will not be without Slovak representation.
  Visegrad Film Forum will discuss low bugdet film production
2nd year of an international event Visegrad Film Forum (VFF) will take place at the Film and Television Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts on 17th – 20th of October 2012 in Bratislava, Slovakia.
  Slovak films at festivals in autumn
Slovak films will be proudly presented at different festivals throughout Europe during October, as well: they will be travelling through England, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, to visit Poland, at last.
  Two Slovak films awarded abroad
Slovak films continue with their success abroad, where they were awarded with two prizes.

updated: 07.12.2013