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ANNY, AniScreen to Present ‘Definitely Not a Czechoslovak Screening!’

Selection of 11 animated short films by Czech and Slovak young filmmakers curated by Eliška Děcká to be held in New York City on Wednesday, November 9.

‘The More I Know’ by Marek Náprstek, Czech Republic (2015).

Animation Nights New York, a monthly curated screening of Animated Short Films from all around the world, and Prague-based animation festival AniScreen are set to present “Definitely Not a Czechoslovak Screening!” a selection of 11 animated short films by Czech and Slovak young filmmakers, in New York City on Wednesday, November 9.

Czech and Slovak Young Animation
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 -- 8pm
180 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038

Curated by AniScreen’s Eliška Děcká and presented in association with Anderson Contemporary Fine Art Exhibitions and the Animation for Adults podcast and blog, the program runs approximately 88 minutes. Admission is free, and food, refreshments, beer and wine will be on offer. RSVP here to reserve space.


Mimi and Lisa: Twins from the Cards -- Katarina Kerekešová, Slovakia, 2012, 7:48

Dinosaurs -- Dao Linh, Czech Republic, 2013, 5:18

White Forest -- Marta Prokopová, Slovakia, 2014, 4:33

Želivka -- Klára Břicháčková, Czech Republic, 2015, 7:23

The More I Know -- Marek Náprstek, Czech Republic, 2015, 7:43

The Shadow over Prague -- Marek Berger, FAMU 2015, 13:14

The Last Bus -- Ivana Laučíková, Martin Snopek, Slovakia, 2011, 15:19

Package of Movie Tricks -- Ester Nemjóova, Czech Republic, 2015, 2:00

I Can’t Swim  -- Pavla Baštanová, Czech Republic, 2015, 1:50

Nina -- Ove Pictures, Slovakia, 2014, 17:00

Happy End -- Jan Saska, Czech Republic, 2015, 5:41

Source: Animation Nights New York

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.