Stephen Daldry – Golden Camera Prize The immersive worlds created by British helmer and producer Stephen Daldry are feted at Kosice this year, where he will receive the Golden Camera prize for work…
Explore the City A two-hour train trip from Budapest and an overnight ride from Prague, Kosice is the biggest city in eastern Slovakia, near Hungary's border. Once a smoke-belching, Soviet-built…
Slovakia's Art Film Fest, with a 23-year history as a flagship of the post-Velvet Revolution cultural world, is in an expansive mood these days. It's settling comfortably into the quickly…
Philipp Stoelzl's "The Physician," the English-language adaptation of Noah Gordon's historical bestseller about a medieval healer who travels from England to Persia to learn the secrets of medicine…
BRUSSELS -- A bleak trio of films won kudos at this year's Rotterdam Film Festival, with themes ranging from paranoia in Iran to neo-fascist violence in Slovakia. The only laffer among the Tiger…
MOSCOW -- "Made in Ash" a grittily realistic tale of prostitution at an Eastern European border town was nominated Thursday as Slovakia's entry for the foreign language Oscars.
Sensitively observed, intelligently made realist drama is remarkable for its depth of characterization.
Sheer luck and special skills help a Jewish Slovak adolescent survive the WWII years.
A village's mayor and an Orthodox priest seek solutions to secure the survival of their fast-disappearing community.
The Slovak film industry is fighting back after two decades spent in the doldrums following the collapse of communism in Czechoslovakia.
In the micro-market of Slovakia, industryites tend to wear several hats -- and that's key to the successful formula of distrib Continental Film, says the company's Michal Drobny.