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Broken Promise and Foxes at Pusan IFF 2009

Two Slovak films will be presented in the World Cinema Section of  14. Pusan International Film Festival.


Broken Promise 

Broken Promise
(Nedodržaný sľub, SK -CZ, dir. Jiří Chlumský)
will be presented by Samuel Spišák, the main actor of the film. 


October 10, 2009 – 20:30 - Lotte Cinema Centum City 2
October 15, 2009 - 19:30 - Lotte Cinema Centum City 4

Sales: Film Europe



(Líštičky, CZ – SK – IR, dir. Mira Fornay)
will be presented by the Slovak director Mira Fornay.


October 10, 2009 - 17:00 - Cinus Busan Theater 3
October 12, 2009 - 16:00 - Lotte Cinema Centum City 4

Sales: Film Europe

Both films will be presented within the project of the European Film Promotion with the support of the Slovak Film Institute and the Czech Film Centre. European FIlm Promotion supports the presence of European films in Pusan for 12th time bringing a delegation of 26 directors and actors from 15 different countries.

For the fourth year in a row, EFP will be setting up an umbrella office for European sales agents at the Asian Film Market, this time hosting 27 companies from 15 European countries. The European and Asian film professionals will find networking opportunities at the traditional European Industry Cocktail. EFP will make  Film Sales Support available for the first time for the marketing of European films at the Asian Film Market in Pusan. Sales Company  Film Europe  was granted Film Sales Support for both presented Slovak films.


Slovak Films at the past editions of Pusan IFF:

2005 –World Cinema:
The City of the Sun, dir. Martin Šulík, SK-CZ 2005
Unburied Dead, dir. Márta Mészáros, HU-PL-SK 2005

2003 - World Cinema:
Cruel Joys, dir. Juraj Nvota, SK-CZ 2003

2002 –Wide Angle:
Hey, You Slovaks! dir. Robert Kirchhoff, SK 2002

2001 - World Cinema:
The Landscape,di r. Martin Šulík, SK-CZ 2002


EFP Press releases

 First time support for the Asian Film Market (5. 10. 2009)
 Record-breaking number of European films at Pusan (29. 9. 2009)

published: 5. 10. 2009

published: 05.10.2009
updated: 22.01.2010