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International Film Festival Berlin


Slovak Cinema at Berlinale 2019

February 7 - 17, 2019  Berlin  Germany


What's Slovak in Berlin 2019?
(.pdf for download)


Slovak Films 18-19
(.pdf for download

  The Kite in Generation Kplus
Short animation film The Kite (2019) by Martin Smatana will have its world premiere at 69th Berlinale, in the Generation Kplus.
  Interview with Martin Smatana
Interview with director, scriptwriter and animator of The Kite, Martin Smatana.
  EFM Screenings 2019
Four Slovak and co-production films are also presented at European Film Market 2019: By a Sharp Knife, Domestique, The Glass Room and My Grandpa Is an Alien.
  ScripTeast: The Nightsiren
In the 2018-19 edition of ScripTeast, Slovak scripwriter Barbora Námerová and director Tereza Nvotová develop their film project The Nightsiren.
  Emerging Producers 2019: Wanda Adamík Hrycová
Emerging Producers is a promotional and educational project of the Ji.hlava IDFF, which brings together talented European documentary film producers. Since 2017, following the success of the previous five editions, the programme was extended with an additional four-day meeting in Berlin and producers’ presentation during Berlinale. Slovak Emerging Producer 2019 is Wanda Adamík Hrycová.
  Share Your Slate: BFILM
Share Your Slate! welcomes BFILM presenting their projects Once There Was a Sea ,The Nightsiren and Weirdo in the Underground.


Peter Dubecký |  
Rastislav Steranka | Feb 7 - 13 | |
Kristína Aschenbrennerová  | Feb 6 - 16  |
Lea Pagáčová  | Feb 6 - 16  |
Vanda Vacvalová (SFI sales) | Feb 7 - 10 |

This year, Slovakia will be present at the European Film Market in Berlin for the 14th 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. 111 in 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 18 – 19, 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: 04.02.2019
updated: 11.02.2020