Sun in the Net film nominations announced

THE SUN in the Net national film award nominations for Slovak productions made in 2012 and 2013 have been announced. In February, members of the Slovak Film and TV Academy (SDTA) selected nominations from a total of 14 features, 13 documentaries, five animated films and five short films.

THE SUN in the Net national film award nominations for Slovak productions made in 2012 and 2013 have been announced. In February, members of the Slovak Film and TV Academy (SDTA) selected nominations from a total of 14 features, 13 documentaries, five animated films and five short films.

Most nominations went to films My Dog Killer (Mira Fornay, six nominations) and The Candidate (Jonáš Karásek, five nominations). Other nominations – four for each movie – include feature films Collete; Fine, Ďakujem, Dobre (Thanks); Klauni (Clowns); and Zázrak (The Miracle).

The awards ceremony of the Suns in the Net will take place on April 26 in the historical building of the Slovak National Theatre, the TASR newswire wrote.

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