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Three Slovak Art Films and Their Attempt to Reach Cinematic Audiences

Three Slovak Art Films and Their Attempt to Reach Cinematic Audiences AbstractThe text analyzes the distribution of three Slovak films created in 2017 (Piata loď (Little Harbour), Špina (Filthy), Nina to Slovak cinemas. This year new Slovak films reached 1,414,132 cinemagoers, which is a 21.13% share of total cinema admissions. This is the highest annual number recorded since the establishment of the Slovak Republic (1993). The study looks for an answer to the question, Why do some Slovak films achieve higher admissions then others? It also seeks to point out the variability of the criteria to measure the success of a film with the audience. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Slovenske divadlo /The Slovak Theatre de Gruyter

Three Slovak Art Films and Their Attempt to Reach Cinematic Audiences

Slovenske divadlo /The Slovak Theatre , Volume 66 (1): 17 – Mar 1, 2018

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Publisher
de Gruyter
Copyright
© 2018 Eva Križková, published by De Gruyter Open
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1336-8605
DOI
10.2478/sd-2018-0006
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Abstract

AbstractThe text analyzes the distribution of three Slovak films created in 2017 (Piata loď (Little Harbour), Špina (Filthy), Nina to Slovak cinemas. This year new Slovak films reached 1,414,132 cinemagoers, which is a 21.13% share of total cinema admissions. This is the highest annual number recorded since the establishment of the Slovak Republic (1993). The study looks for an answer to the question, Why do some Slovak films achieve higher admissions then others? It also seeks to point out the variability of the criteria to measure the success of a film with the audience.

Journal

Slovenske divadlo /The Slovak Theatrede Gruyter

Published: Mar 1, 2018

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