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  Slovak films in Australian drive-ins and online
Better late than never, goes the saying. Czech and Slovak Film Festival in Australia that usually takes place in Autumn/Australian Spring moved its 8th Melbourne edition to early Winter/Australian Summer 2020 and changed the usual cinema theatres for Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In and online platform.
  Ji.hlava online presents Slovak documentaries
The 24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival (October 27 - November 8, 2020) will take place online. The program will feature several Slovak and co-production films including three world premieres.
  Slovak Film Week 2020
The sixth edition of the Slovak Film Week film (20 - 26 October 2020) will take place in an abbreviated virtual form as a result of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The prepared accompanying events - discussion panels, seminars or discussions - are postponed to a later date due to the precarious situation during the emergency.
  The Man with Hare Ears world premiere at the 36th Warsaw Film Festival
The Warsaw Film Festival opens today its 36th year (October 9 - 18, 2020) regularly but under the slogan "We keep social distancing, we wear maks, and we go to cinema", because of the currently unstable pandemic situation. The program will present also five Slovak feature films, including the world premiere of The Man with Hare Ears.
  Night Riders are heading to Lyon
Digitally restored film Night Riders (1981) by Martin Hollý will world premiere at the of one of the largest and most respected international festivals of the classic film Lumière Festival in Lyon (October 10 - 18, 2020). This is the fourth digitally restored film from the collections of the National Film Archive of the SFI that festival has selected for its program in the past four years.
  Let There Be Light and Servants in EFA Feature Film Selection 2020
The European Film Academy announced this year's selection of 38 films recommended for a nomination for the European Film Awards. The list includes four Slovak films: Let There Be Light (d. Marko Škop), Servants (d. Ivan Ostrochovský) and two minority co-productions The Painted Bird (d. Václav Marhoul) and Charlatan (d. Agnieszka Holland).
  The winners of The Sun in a Net 2020
The Slovak Film and Television Academy (SFTA) granted the Slovak national film awards The Sun in a Net 2020 on Wednesday, September 9. The most awarded film was Amnesty (d. Jonáš Karásek) which won six prizes and Let There Be Light received five awards including the one for Best Fiction Film. Documentarian Tomáš Krupa won Best documentary for The Good Death and director Martin Smatana won Best Animation for The Kite.
  Servants to open IFF Cinematik 2020
The 15th Cinematik International Film Festival (September 10 – 15, 2020) will explore Polish cinema, although many Slovak films will be presented as well. Non-competitive section In the House dedicated to Slovak cinema will present a selection of new feature-length and short films. Slovak documentaries that premiered during the period of one year before the festival will compete within Cinematik.doc.
  Slovak Animated Film in Vienna
Austrian Film Museum in Vienna presents Animace/Animácia – 100 Years of Czechoslovak, Czech and Slovak Film Animation organized in cooperation with the National Film Archive of the Slovak Film Institute (NFA SFI) and the Czech National Film Archive (NFA). The restrospective takes place from 3 September until 19 October 2020.
  Lubuskie Film Summer 2020
The 49th Lubuskie Film Summer (August 30 - September 6, 2020), International Film Festival of Central and Eastern European Cinema, will present multiple Slovak films of the past two years.

updated: 07.12.2013