email print share on Facebook share on Twitter share on reddit pin on Pinterest

Slovakia

(The article continues below - Commercial information)

374 articles available in total starting from 27/07/2005. Last article published on 27/10/2021.

Diana Cam Van Nguyen  • Director of Love, Dad

Interview: Diana Cam Van Nguyen • Director of Love, Dad

“Animation is a convenient tool for depicting fragile emotions”

We talked to the up-and-coming Czech-Vietnamese animator and director, whose latest short film keeps reaping awards on the festival circuit  

27/10 | Jihlava 2021

HBO readies its first-ever Slovak series, The Winner

HBO readies its first-ever Slovak series, The Winner

The six-episode dramedy, directed by Jan Hřebejk, will follow a former prime minister after he returns to a normal life and poke fun at patriarchy and politics  

22/10 | Production | Funding | Slovakia

Review: Kryštof

Review: Kryštof

Zdeněk Jiráský's latest feature follows a man who finds himself on the run, his life upended by the communist-led purges of Czech religious institutions  

15/10 | Febiofest Prague 2021

Michaela Pavlátová  • Director of My Sunny Maad

Interview: Michaela Pavlátová • Director of My Sunny Maad

“Animated characters’ performances can be as powerful as those of live actors”

The Czech director explains how important humour and subtlety were in creating this story about a European woman following her true love to Afghanistan  

12/10 | CinÉast 2021

Peter Bebjak • Director of The Auschwitz Report

Interview: Peter Bebjak • Director of The Auschwitz Report

“Personally, I believe we are living in times when we need heroic films about people who had an important mission”

The prolific Slovak filmmaker talks about his most ambitious project yet, which has just premiered domestically and in the USA  

29/09 | /Slovakia/Czech Republic/Poland/Germany

Slovak and Hungarian cinema in the spotlight at the Cinematik Film Festival

Slovak and Hungarian cinema in the spotlight at the Cinematik Film Festival

The line-up of the festival’s 16th edition includes a host of award-winning European films from recent and previous festival seasons  

14/09 | Festivals | Awards | Slovakia

Pop Up Film Residency Eurimages supports women in the film industry

Pop Up Film Residency Eurimages supports women in the film industry

The special new residency is looking for women filmmakers who are currently developing their third or subsequent film project  

08/09 | Industry | Market | Slovakia

Václav Kadrnka  • Director of Saving One Who Was Dead

Interview: Václav Kadrnka • Director of Saving One Who Was Dead

"To convey the personal experience my film is based on, I developed a very specific cinematic language"

The Czech filmmaker discusses the third instalment in what he describes as his “Absence of a Loved One” trilogy, which has competed for the Crystal Globe  

03/09 | Karlovy Vary 2021 | Competition

Review: 107 Mothers

Review: 107 Mothers

VENICE 2021: Peter Kerekes takes a look at mothers behind bars, crossing the boundary between reality and fiction so often that there is no boundary any more  

03/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

Review: Saving One Who Was Dead

Review: Saving One Who Was Dead

The latest film from Czech director Václav Kadrnka sees him return to Karlovy Vary for the first time since his 2017 Crystal Globe-winning effort Little Crusader  

02/09 | Karlovy Vary 2021 | Competition

(The article continues below - Commercial information)

Privacy Policy