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  Slovak Cinema at Film Festival Cottbus
German Film Festival Cottbus, focused on Eastern and Central European cinema will screen seven Slovak films at its 27th edition (November 1-12, 2017).
  Slovak films at Bratislava IFF 2017
International Film Festival Bratislava (Nov 9 – 16, 2017) will again present a wide range of Slovak Films. Traditional section Made in Slovakia brings contemporary Slovak cinema to an international audience.
  Ji.hlava opens with The Lust for Power by Tereza Nvotová
The documentary autumn festival season is ready to start! The 21st edition of Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival (Oct 24 – 29, 2017) kicks off and opens with a Slovak documentary The Lust for Power by Tereza Nvotová.
  Slovak Films at Warsaw Film Festival
The 33rd Warsaw Film Festival (Oct 13 – 22, 2017) features three Slovak films.
  Digitally restored animated film Bloody Lady at Lumière festival 2017
The re-release of Viktor Kubal’s Bloody Lady (1980), his second feature inspired by famous Slovak folktale, will take place at the 9th Lumière festival. The film will be screened within the section Archival treasures and curiosities, that offers unique restored archive films from over the world.
  Strong presence of Slovak films at CinEast 2017
The jubilee 10th edition of film festival CinEast in Luxembourg (Oct 5 - 22, 2017) traditionally brings together a strong selection of Slovak films.
  Slovak National Nomination for the Oscars is The Line
The Slovak nomination for the Best Foreign Language Film Award of the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), also known as the Oscar, is The Line by Peter Bebjak.
  Russian Cinema Masters and New Russian Films in Bratislava and Piešťany
Cinema Lumière (Sept 27 - Oct 3, 2017) in Bratislava and Dom umenia in Piešťany (Oct 1 -3, 2017) will be the venues of Russian Film Days. With the motto „one film a day“, the event will showcase a selection of the new Russian films including the newest oeuvres of Karen Shakhnazarov, Aleksei Mizgirev or Andrei Konchalovsky.
  Slovak Films Again in Australia
It is for the fifth time that Australia welcomes Czech and Slovak films during the one of a kind event Czech and Slovak Film festival in Australia (CaSFFA). As it became some sort of a habit, the 2017 edition once again introduced several changes – already in July, the new venue, Brisbane, introduced a selection of master pieces of Juraj Herz, and Sydney is only saying brief good-bye this year to welcome you in March 2018. Nevertheless, it all starts in Melbourne (September 15 – 23) and continues in Canberra (October 11 – 14), Perth (October 18 - 21) and Sydney (October 27 – 28, and march 2018).
  Two Slovak Films at Toronto IFF 2017
The 42nd Toronto International Film Festival (Sept 7 – 17, 2017) introduces two Slovak films within its rich programme. Sidebar Contemporary World Cinema features Nina by Juraj Lehotský and Short Cuts premieres a short student film Magic Moments by Martina Buchelová.

updated: 07.12.2013