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445 articles available in total starting from 27/07/2005. Last article published on 07/12/2022.

Golden-age Slovak films introduced at LaCinetek, dedicated to the greatest cinema of the 20th century

Golden-age Slovak films introduced at LaCinetek, dedicated to the greatest cinema of the 20th century

The sextuplet of classic Slovakian flicks from the 1960s and 1970s is available to view via VoD in France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and Austria  

07/12 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Slovakia/France

Review: The Chambermaid

Review: The Chambermaid

Although focused on a lesbian relationship in an unusual context, Mariana Cengel-Solcanská’s film remains a clichéd period drama  

06/12 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

Mariana Čengel Solčanská and Hana Lasicová • Director and screenwriter of The Chambermaid

Interview: Mariana Čengel Solčanská and Hana Lasicová • Director and screenwriter of The Chambermaid

"Historical facts are all written by men, women are nonexistent in those history books"

We met the filmmakers after the premiere of their first joint work to learn about their inspiration for the story  

30/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics' Picks

Review: Plastic Symphony

Review: Plastic Symphony

Juraj Lehotský’s psychological drama is aesthetically elegant but fails to dig deep into its lead character’s soul, resulting in a rather cold-hearted viewing experience  

23/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Competition

Munich Film Up! announces its selection

Munich Film Up! announces its selection

The second edition of the mentoring and residency programme features six filmmakers hailing from China, India, Iran, Italy and Vietnam  

22/11 | Industry | Market | Slovakia/Germany

Ji.hlava looks at how regional filmmakers and theatre-goers must adapt to the new post-pandemic reality and the war

Ji.hlava looks at how regional filmmakers and theatre-goers must adapt to the new post-pandemic reality and the war

The Czech gathering organised a panel discussion with film journalists from the Visegrad region in order to delve into the current state of documentary cinema and its near future  

02/11 | Jihlava 2022 | Jihlava Industry

Review: The Visitors

Review: The Visitors

Veronika Lišková heads to the end of the Earth, only to realise that problems – and people – are always the same  

02/11 | Jihlava 2022

Family and environmental conflict dominate Bohdan Sláma’s upcoming feature Drought

Family and environmental conflict dominate Bohdan Sláma’s upcoming feature Drought

The Czech filmmaker is currently shooting his latest feature-length drama, which is being likened to his most theatrically successful film, Something Like Happiness  

27/10 | Production | Funding | Czech Republic/Slovakia/Germany

Review: Beanie

Review: Beanie

Slobodan Maksimović’s feature is a proper gem of a Christmas movie, and will be enjoyed by children and parents alike  

26/10 | Festival of Slovenian Film 2022

Innocence transformed in Beata Parkanová’s upcoming drama Tiny Lights

Innocence transformed in Beata Parkanová’s upcoming drama Tiny Lights

The third feature-length directorial effort by the rising Czech filmmaker is in the editing room and is being readied for next summer  

14/10 | Production | Funding | Czech Republic/Slovakia

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