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Slovensko 2.0

Slovakia 2.0

Slovakia
Director: Juraj HERZ, Martin ŠULÍK, Peter KEREKES, Zuzana LIOVÁ, Mišo SUCHÝ, Ondrej RUDAVSKÝ, Iveta GRÓFOVÁ, Peter KRIŠTÚFEK, Viera ČAKÁNYOVÁ, Miro JELOK
112 min. 2014,
with dialogue, Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, Finnish, English, English subtitled
Distributor: MPhilms Ltd.
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Producer: Mátyás Prikler, Zora Jaurová
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Screenplay: Juraj Herz, Juraj Raýman, Marek Leščák, Martin Šulík, Peter Kerekes, Zuzana Liová, Mišo Suchý, Ondrej Rudavský, Iveta Grófová, Peter Krištúfek, Viera Čákanyová, Miro Jelok
Cinematographer: Dodo Šimončič, Martin Štrba, Noro Hudec, Jan Baset Střítežský, Mišo Suchý, Ondrej Rudavský, Viera Bačíková, Šimon Dvořáček, Juraj Mravec
Editor: Jan Svoboda, Marek Šulík, Alexandra Gojdičová, Ondrej Rudavský, František Krähenbiel, Maroš Šlapeta, Peter Morávek

How to explain the notion of ´Slovakia´ of the past twenty years to a stranger, a visitor from another planet? What is the genetic makeup the software of ´Slovakia´? How to use it? How does it change?

Slovakia 2.0 is a film about twenty years of independent Slovakia as seen from the perspective of ten film directors.

It is composed of ten 10-minute films of different genres ranging from drama, through animation and documentaries, to experimental film. The ten recognised Slovak film directors who offer an answer to what is Slovakia include a wide range of generations, views and genres, namely Juraj Herz, Martin Šulík, Peter Kerekes, Zuzana Liová, Mišo Suchý, Ondrej Rudavský, Iveta Grófová, Peter Krištúfek, Viera Čákanyová, and Miro Jelok.

The result is unique artistic reflection of contemporary history of Slovakia and, equally, a reflection of Slovak cinematography in its different forms.

Major screenings, presentations:
  • Warsaw International Film Festival (Poland)
  • Film Festival Cottbus (Germany)
  • Molodist International Film Festival (Ukraine)
  • Thessaloniki Agora - Market (Greece)
  • IFF Bratislava (Slovakia)
Juraj HERZ, Martin ŠULÍK, Peter KEREKES, Zuzana LIOVÁ, Mišo SUCHÝ, Ondrej RUDAVSKÝ, Iveta GRÓFOVÁ, Peter KRIŠTÚFEK, Viera ČAKÁNYOVÁ, Miro JELOK

Juraj Herz (*1934, Kežmarok) studied at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague to complete his studies in direction and acting at the Department of Puppetry in 1958. Since then he lived in Prague. As assistant director he worked on the Oscar-winning film The Shop on the Main Street, in which is also acted. In 1987 he emigrated to Germany where he made films and series for German, Austrian, French and American television companies. His cult films include The Cremator (1968), Sweet Amusements of Past Summer (1969) and Oil Lamps (1971). Is works earned him innumerable domestic and international awards, including festival prices at Karlovy Vary, Monte Carlo and Chicago.

Martin Šulík (*1962, Žilina) studied film and television directing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. His debut as director came in 1991 with the film Tenderness. His films The Garden and Landscape are part of the golden archive of the Czech and Slovak cinematography. The Garden (1995) has earned five Czech Lions, the Price of the Slovak Films Critics, a number of prices at the IFF Karlovy Vary, the Price of the Czech Film Critics, and the Slovak Igric award. Šulík has been also successful at festivals in Mannheim, Cottbus, Bologna, Turin, Saint Etienne, and Belfort. Landscape (2000) has been submitted by the Slovak Film and Television Academy for the Oscar nominations. His latest film is Gypsy (2011). He is lecturer at the Studio of Film and Television Directing at the Film Faculty, Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava.

Peter Kerekes (*1973, Košice) studied directing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava and is now lecturer at the Film and Television Faculty. His debut documentary The Ladomír Horrors and Other Legends (1998) earned him prices at local and international festivals. His feature-length debut 66 Seasons (2003) received prizes for the Best documentary film on international film festivals in Jihlava, Tel Aviv, Syracuse/USA. His documentary Cooking History (2008) received nomination for the European Film Award, the European Oscar, and the price from the prestigious HotDocs festival in Toronto. His latest film Velvet Terrorists (2013) got the Tagesspiegel Readers' Prize at 64th Berlin International Film Festival in the section Berlinale Forum.

Zuzana Liová (*1977, Žilina) studied dramaturgy and screenwriting at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava where she completed her PhD in 2008. She has been working as dramaturge for the Slovak Television. As screenwriter she participated in a number of television series. Her debut as a screenwriter and TV director came in 2005 with the film Silence. It received several awards at a number of festivals, as well as the Price of the Czech Minister of Culture for the best film in the Visegrad Countries at the 46th IFF Zlín. 2007 brought her the Krzystof Kieslowski TVP Award for screenwriting at the Cannes. Her feature-length film debut for cinemas, The House, was premiered at the FORUM section at the 2011 IFF Berlinale. A year later she received the Grand Prix in the New voices/New visions category at the Palm Springs.

Mišo Suchý (*1965, Bratislava) studied documentary production at the Academy of Performing Arts. At the age of 22 he left for the United States. He lectures at the Syracuse University in New York State. He brought a new perspective into Slovak documentary film on exile and emigration. He also introduced to the Slovak audiovisual context new ways of creative use of digital technologies for independent and low-budget films. His films were presented at a number of major festivals, including Paris, New York and Chicago. In 1997 he published a book of photographs and memoirs When I was and Wasn’t Home. His photographs were published in GEO and the National Geographic. His films and photographs are included in public collections at the International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester v New York and the Slovak National Gallery in Bratislava.

Ondrej Rudavský (*1966, Bratislava) studied illustration and graphic design at the Arts and Crafts College, and spent a year at the Animation and Experimental Film Production at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. In 1986, aged 20, he emigrated to the USA. His films earned a lot of awards, including the Golden Eagle, Monitor Award, and nominations for the American Grammy and the main MTV Award for a clip Kiko and The Levander Moon for a music group Los Lobos. He has made music videoclips for singer Moby and a group Dead Can Dance. His works were presented at prestigious film festivals, including the Sundance Film Festival, New York Film Festival and in exhibition halls such as the Museum of Modern Art/New York.

Iveta Grófová (*1980, Trenčín) graduated from the Studio of Animation Production and the Studio of Documentary Production at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. Her first feature-length debut Made in Ash was internationally premiered at the IFF Karlovy Vary in 2012. The Slovak Film and Television Academy chose the film as the national nomination for the Oscars. It was presented at a number of festivals abroad and received the first price in the Made in Slovakia section at IFF Bratislava.

Peter Krištúfek (*1973, Bratislava) studied film and television directing at the Academy of Perorming Arts in Bratislava. He made over twenty original television documentaries. His feature-length document Snapshots about Dežo Ursiny was nominated for Central European award Silver Eye 2009. The psychological drama Visible World (2011) was his feature cinematographic debut. The film received positive reviews in the Variety magazine. He is author of ten books and three-time finalist of the Anasoft Litera award. His first novel The Whisperer (2008) was nominated on behalf of Slovakia for the Prix du livre Européen. An excerpt from the novel was published in the American anthology Best European fiction 2010. His third novel, The House of the Deaf (2012) came out in translation in the UK.

Viera Čákanyová (*1980, Bratislava) studied screen writing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava and documentary production at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Her student films Under Under Ground (2006), Piraňa (2007), 100 Days (2009), Alda (2009) were presented at European student film festivals and received a number of prices. She also works as dramaturge in independent film projects, and makes documentaries for non-profit organisations and the television.

Miro Jelok (*1987, Zvolen) studied screenwriting and dramaturgy at the Film and Television Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. He is currently enrolled in the final year at the Studio of Documentary Production.

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