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  Eleven Slovak films selected for Krakow Film Festival
Eleven Slovak films were selected for 62nd edition of Krakow Film Festival, including two films presented in world premiere and one in European premiere. Another two Slovak projects are part of CEDOC Market. The festival takes place from May 29 to June 12, 2022 in Krakow cinemas and online.
  Zlín Film Festival 2022 will present new Slovak films
The 62nd edition of the International Film Festival for Children and Youth Zlín Film Festival (26 May – 1 June 2022) will present a total of 276 films from 49 countries. A strong Slovak representation includes two animated feature films.
  Slovak Cinema at Cannes IFF 2022
Festival de Cannes and Marché du film will present many talented Slovak filmmakers and producers. Student film Liquid Bread by Alica Bednáriková will premiere in the La Cinef section. Forest, a new film by Petr Kazda & Tomáš Weinreb, is taking part in Cinéfondation's L'Atelier programme. Patricia Drati's upcoming documentary film Becoming Ema will be presented at Cannes Docs: Docs-in-Progress. Upcoming short film Electra. A Poem by Daria Kashcheeva will be presented at Focus WiP at Short Film Corner. Jakub Viktorín is our Producer on the Move. Slovak participant at ScripTeast is Ján Koóš who is working on his project Ferryman. Market screenings schedule include Slobodan Maksimović’s Beanie and Radivoje Adrić’s How I Learned to Fly.
  The winners of The Sun in a Net 2022
The Slovak Film and Television Academy (SFTA) granted the Slovak national film awards The Sun in a Net 2021 – 2022 on Saturday, April 9. 107 Mothers (d. Peter Kerekes) and The Man with Hare Ears (d. Martin Šulík) took home four awards each with 107 Mothers being named the Best Fiction Film.
  Slovak classic at the Sydney festival
The ninth edition of the Czech and Slovak Film Festival in Sydney (30 March - 3 April 2022) will present a total of seven feature and five short Slovak (co)productions. The programme will include a film from the collections of the National Film Archive of the Slovak Film Institute, the comedy Pacho, Brigand of Hybe (1975).
  Slovak films at Febiofest Bratislava 2022
The 29th edition of the Intl. Film Festival Febiofest Bratislava (16 – 23 March 2022) presents several new Slovak (co)production films, as well as a newly digitally restored film from the collections of the Slovak Film Institute.
  11 Slovak works-in-progress to be presented in Bratislava and online
11 Slovak film projects will be presented at Works in Progress session during Bratislava Industry Days.
  Statement by the Slovak Film Institute on Russia's attack on Ukraine
The Slovak Film Institute strongly condemns the Russian Federation's aggression against Ukraine's sovereignty and expresses solidarity and full support for its people. It is unthinkable for us that the lives of our Ukrainian colleagues, as well as all the people of Ukraine, are in direct danger and their rights and freedoms, both as individuals and as a nation, are being ignored.
  The Sun in a Net 2022 – Nominations
The 11th Slovak National Film Awards The Sun in a Net 2022, presented by the Slovak Film and Television Academy (SFTA), will honour the most remarkable films and creative accomplishment of Slovak cinema. Film Servants (d. Ivan Ostrochovský), the untold history of the church's involvement with the communist regime during the cold war, leads with 12 nominations, while The Man with Hare Ears by Martin Šulík and 107 Mothers by Peter Kerekes scored 11 nominations. The Gala ceremony will take place on Saturday, April 9, 2022.
  Seven Days Every Week goes to Rotterdam
IFF Rotterdam is one of the world's most renowned film festivals and is known for discovering unique films and young talented directors. In addition to contemporary works, it devotes special place to retrospectives and thematic programmes. It is a great success for Slovak cinema that its 51st edition (26 January - 6 February 2022) will international premiere Eduard Grečner's digitally restored film Seven Days Every Week (1964) within Cinema Regained section, dedicated to rediscovering forgotten gems of world cinema.

updated: 07.12.2013