Viliam Jablonický

Film Critic, Slovakia

Viliam Jablonicky is film critic, journalist and historian of film and culture. He wrote "The Film and Television in the West" then "Aesthetic and social Function of Film Critics" at the Comenius University in Bratislava (1985). He has edited literary and cultural sections of Slovak newspapers and magazines including "Film a divadlo (Film and Theater)", and self-published the books "Filmmaker Viktor Kubal" (1993) and "Pola Negri in Slovak Eyes" (Polish, 2012). As a co-author he has been involved in four dozen other titles focusing on the history of film and other cultural and historical books. For many years he coordinated for the program of IFF Etnofilm in Slovakia.

Celestial Wives of the Meadow Mari

in 13rd goEast Film Festival

This year's GoEast — Central and Eastern European Fi... read more

Young Heroes for Central and Eastern Europe By Viliam Jablnicky

in 4th Pécs

The number of festivals bent on recognizing new tend... read more

Between War and Peace, Poverty and Dignity By Viliam Jablonicky

in 12th Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival

There are few documentary filmmakers who like to sho... read more

Reality and Spirituality in Leipzig By Viliam Jablonický

in 48th Leipzig International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film

"Dok Leipzig", the International Leipzig Festival fo... read more

Social Motives By Viliam Jablonický

in 54th Mannheim International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg

For many young filmmakers, and not only those from "... read more

A Focus on the Slovak and Czech Films in Karlovy Vary

in 49th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

In addition to major domestic international festival... read more

The Picture of the Younger Generation

in 8th Split International Festival of New Film

Young people visit cinemas most frequently. Probably... read more

Common People and Reality

in 41st Viennale - Vienna International Film Festival

Debuts play and will play one of the important roles... read more