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Slovak films at BFI London Film Festival

 

Slovak cinema will have a significant representation at BFI London Film Festival (12. - 27. 10. 2011): two successful titles were selected for the Cinema Europa section.

The four awards holder from Karlovy Vary, the latest film by Martin Šulík Gypsy and successful film from Berlinale, a debute by Zuzana Liová The House, will be both screened within the Cinema Europa section. The combinated animation / fiction film Alois Nebel, premiered at Venice IFF, will also be included in this section.

The House by Zuzana Liová, is nominated for the Sutherland Award, which the festival grants to the most original debut feature film. The House is nominated with 11 other films screened at the festival.

Besides the Slovak films, the festival will be opened with a film from the Gala and Special Screenings section - the new film 360 by Fernando Meirelles, which along Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins, Rachel Weisz also stars two Slovak actresses Lucia Siposová and Gabriela Marcinková. More about the screening: http://youtu.be/LOGEHQ8eJAI 

Cinema Europa GYPSY
SK-CZ - 107 min. - 2011 - fiction
director: Martin Šulík
     
    SCREENINGS AT BFI LONDON FF:

13. 10. - Thursday - 18:30 - NFT3
14. 10. - Friday - 13:30 - NFT2
     
THE HOUSE     
SK-CZ - 100 min. - 2011 - fiction
director: Zuzana Liová
     
    SCREENINGS AT BFI LONDON FF:

24. 10. - Monday - 18:30 - Vue Screen 3
25. 10. - Tuesday - 15:30 - Vue Screen 3  
     
  ALOIS NEBEL
CZ-SK-DE - 84 min. - 2011 - fiction / animation
director: TomᚠLuňák
     
    SCREENINGS AT BFI LONDON FF:

25. 10. - Tuesday - 20:30 - Vue Screen 3
27. 10. - Thursday - 15:30 - NFT2


More information at:
http://www.bfi.co.uk/
http://www.domfilm.sk/
http://www.garfieldfilm.sk/
http://www.aloisnebel.cz

Related AIC articles:
Slovak films at Toronto IFF 
Alois Nebel in Venice
Gypsy and Nicky's Family awarded at 46th Karlovy Vary IFF
Slovak Cinema at 46th Karlovy Vary IFF
Slovak films in the Official Programme of Berlinale



 






published: 07.10.2011
updated: 19.10.2011