Dear film fans and supporters of the art of cinema, dear festival visitors, colleagues and friends, With great regret, we must report that the Bratislava International Film Festival will not be held in 2019. Believe us, we were the last ones to want to make this decision, but at the same time, we wanted to
be the first to announce it.
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Thanks to its autumn schedule, International Film Festival Bratislava traditionally offers an opportunity to take a look back at the cinema season that is just about to end. Bratislava festival-goers are able not only to review the biggest hits from the world’s most prestigious festivals held in the first half of the year but also to enjoy the latest premieres released in Venice, Toronto, Locarno, Sarajevo, etc. that are lined up in late-summer and early-fall part of the festival itinerary.
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17th International Film Festival Bratislava that will take place between November 12 and November 17 will bring you a number of attractive programme novelties. A programme section entitled Lexicon has been introduced in order to acquaint the general public with various nuances of the film language and improve festival-goers’ education in the field of cinema. This year it is dedicated to the issues of picture format and aspect ratio.
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In line with its fledgling tradition, the 17th edition of the Bratislava International Film Festival is proud to present three LUX Prize finalists. Vying for the coveted film prize awarded by the European Parliament later this year are silver screen debuts by three young European filmmakers whose subject-matters strongly resonate in modern Europe.
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17th edition of the International Film Festival Bratislava that will open its gates from November 12 – 17 in municipal and club cinema theatres around Bratislava downtown will proudly present the best and the most remarkable European films of the past year. Mustang, The High Sun, Mediterranea, Flotel Europa, One Floor Below – this is just a sample of celluloid gems that will be featured in a separate programme section entitled Europa.
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The winning films at the 16th edition of Bratislava International Film Festival (BIFF) were Party Girl, Not All Is Vigil and Million Miles Away; the former film took home a total of three awards. The latest edition of BIFF took place from November 7 – 14 in five municipal cinemas and as every year, it offered avid cinemagoers the best motion pictures of the past year and even some of the most remarkable late harvest from earlier on.
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