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  Matchmaking Mayor receiving awards
The Czech - Slovak co-production documentary by Erika Hníková Matchmaking Mayor received two awards in the last weeks and it also continues in its distribution sucesses.
  Success of Slovak films continues
The recently awarded Slovak films Nicky's Family (dir. M. Mináč) and VoiceS (dir. P. Bebjak) continue in their success at festivals.
  Slovak Films at Toronto IFF
Two Slovak films were selected for one of the most significant festivals in North America - Toronto IFF: the winning film from Karlovy Vary Gypsy and the film waiting for its premiere in Venice Alois Nebel.
  Alois Nebel in Venice
The Out of Competition section of the 68th Venice International Film Festival will in a world premiere present the debut by Tomáš Luňák Alois Nebel among the 33 selected titles. The film is a Czech, Slovak and German co-production project.
  Slovak films at Avanca Festival
Two Slovak films were selected to the programme of the Avanca 2011 Film Festival, held July 20 - 24 in Avanca, Portugal.
  37th Summer Film School Uherské Hradiště with Slovak participation
A traditional, significant Slovak participation will be presented at the Summer Film School Uherské Hradiště, culminating at the Slovak Day on July 27, 2011.
  Gypsy and Nicky´s Family Awarded at Karlovy Vary IFF
This year, Slovak cinema had significant presence in the programme of 46th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival - eight Slovak films were included in the festival´s programme, two of them managed to bring home awards by both the festival juries and the festival audiences.
  Slovak Cinema at 46th Karlovy Vary IFF
Slovak cinematography will be significantly represented at the 46th Karlovy Vary IFF this year - eight films will be screened at the festival, two of which will compete in the competition sections.
  Slovak National Nominations for the European Film Academy Awards 2011
The Slovak Film and Television Academy (SFTA) selected two Slovak films to apply for the European Film Awards – fiction feature film Apricot Island by Peter Bebjak and the documentary 25 from the Sixties, or the Czechoslovak New Wave by Martin Šulík.
  Slovak films at 19th Art Film Fest IFF Trenčianske Teplice / Trenčín
Art Film Fest IFF Trenčianske Teplice / Trenčín includes several Slovak films in its programme every year. This edition (June 17 - 25, 2011), four of them will compete in competition sections.

updated: 07.12.2013