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International Film Festival Berlin


Slovak Cinema at Berlinale 2018

February 15 - 25, 2018  Berlin  Germany


What's Slovak in Berlin 2018?


Slovak Films 17-18
(.pdf to download

  Untravel at Generation 14plus section
Short serbian-slovak animation by Ana Nedeljković and Nikola Majdak Jr. Untravel will be presented in world premiere at Berlinale 2018 at the Generation 14plus section.
  Interview with Martin Šulík
Interview with director and producer of The Interpreter.
  EFM Screenings 2018
Four Slovak films are also presented at European Film Market 2018: The Interpreter, Nina, Barefoot, Freedom.
  Little Harbour nominated for ECFA Award
Little Harbour, successful film by Iveta Grófová competes for the overall Award for the Best European Children & Youth Film of 2017, which will be announced by ECFA – European Children's Film Association during Berlinale 2018.
  The Interpreter at Berlinale Special section
Martin Šulík´s feature will be world premiered within the Berlinale Special section.
  More than a million viewers!
After the record-breaking year of 2016, Slovak cinema is again hitting the peak of attendance. In 2017, a total of 6,692,871 viewers attended Slovak cinemas. That represents an 18.1% increase on 2016 and it is the second highest attendance since 1993. The most attended domestic film was romantic comedy All or Nothing (d. Marta Ferencová).


Peter Dubecký | Feb 16 - 20 |  |
Rastislav Steranka | Feb 15 - 21 | |
Kristína Aschenbrennerová  | Feb 14 - 23  |
Lea Pagáčová  | Feb 14 - 23  |

This year, Slovakia will be present at the European Film Market in Berlin for the 13th time. Together with friends and colleagues from the Czech Republic and Slovenia, under the umbrella of the Central European Cinema, The Slovak Film Institute offers an informational and promotional point for Slovak cinema, and a networking place for Slovak film professionals and their international counterparts.

The Slovak Film Institute team is ready and happy to meet you at the Central European Cinema stand No. 137 in Martin-Gropius-Bau. We will present recent Slovak films and co-productions, as well as treasures from the National Film Archive. The new edition of the catalogue Slovak Films 17 – 18, including the Slovak Film Guide will be also available, providing up-to-date information about recent Slovak cinema.

Come and meet us at the EFM!

The presentation of Slovak cinema and audiovisual industry at the European Film Market is organized by the Slovak Film Institute, with financial support of tte Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic, in partnership with the Slovak Cultural Institute in Berlin.

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published: 07.02.2018
updated: 02.08.2018