Slovenčina                                                              30.07.2021, 15:56
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  Slovak Cinema at Cannes IFF 2021
The 73rd edition of the prestigious Festival de Cannes runs July 6 – 17, 2021.
  Fest Anča 2021: a traditional theme in a non-traditional year
The 14th Fest Anča International Animation Festival (1 - 4 July 2021) will take place online for the first time. The organizers have prepared a program with a significant representation of Slovak animated works including a special screening of the digitally restored film The Bloody Lady (1980).
  Art Film Fest celebrates 100 years of Slovak cinema
The 28th Art Film Fest Košice International Film Festival (June 23 - 27, 2021) will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first Slovak feature film, Jánošík (1921), with a special screening. Moreover, the new Slovak films will not be left out either, several of the films will have their premiere.
  Slovak delegation at Sunny Side of the Doc
Sunny Side of the Doc, an international market for documentary cinema, gives a special attention to Central and Eastern European region this year. Five Slovak projects are present at the marketplace which takes place online on June 21–24, 2021.
  Panel Discussion: 2021 Year of Recovery for Film and Television Industry
FNE Visegrad 2021 Year of Recovery for Film and Television Industry kicks off with a live panel discussion in Bratislava hosted by Film New Europe (FNE) in cooperation with the Slovak Film Institute that will also appear online as a live podcast. It will also be available online as a video recording after the event.
  Before Tonight is Over world premieres on Blu-ray
UK-based company Second Run has published so far six Slovak films licensed by the Slovak Film Institute (SFI). The latest entry, Peter Solan's Before Tonight is Over (1965), will world premiere on Blu-ray on 14 June 2021.
  Slovak Shorts at MovieZone Short Film Festival in China
Starting on 1 June 2021, MovieZone Short Film Festival in China offers a selection of Slovak short films curated in collaboration with the National Cinematographic Centre of the Slovak Film Institute and Film and TV Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava.
  2021 sees first four Slovak Pop Up projects
The Pop Up Film Residency Bratislava has resumed its activities, including the Slovak Pop Up. After the First consultation in April, the iniciative accommodates three more Slovak projects in development in May.

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