Best of Viktor Kubal
The Slovak Film Institute has issued a selection of the works of the most significant Slovak animated filmmaker Viktor Kubal (1923-1997).

The selection entitled Best of Viktor Kubal contains digitally restored films on three Blu-ray discs. Two of the discs contain the first two Slovak feature-length animated films, Brigand Jurko (1976) and The Bloody Lady (1980). The third disc contains a selection of short animated films made by Kubal: a cross-section of the director’s works from his beginnings in the 1940s the start of Slovak animated film, to his last works in the 1980s.

3xBD25 | 1080p AVC | 275 min | 55 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Slovak
Subtitles: Slovak, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian
Genre: Animation

Disc 1 - Zbojnik Jurko / Brigand Jurko (1976):
Full-length animated film showing new adventures of the Slovak brigand, Juro Janosik, a hero who hates wrongdoing and fights against social opression.

Disc 2 - Krvava pani / The Bloody Lady (1980):
An animated film about crime and love, inspired by the historical legend of the cruel Lady of Cachtice. The eternal conflict between good and evil is captured againts the backdrop of a romantic love story with comic and tragic elements.

Disc 3 - Selection of Animated Films by Viktor Kubal (1943-1987):
A selection of the director's works from his filmmaking beginnings, through excerpts from children's series, to social-critical works from the 1970s and 1980s.