Silverart is young production company launched by Katarína Krnáčová. She worked on a short film THANKS, FINE (2009, dir. M. Prikler) which premiered at the Cinéfondation of Cannes IFF 2010, followed by fiction features FINE, THANKS (2013, dir. M. Prikler) having its world premiere at IFF Rotterdam 2013, and SLOVAKIA 2.0 (2014, dir. by 10 directors). As a consulting producer she worked on a feature MY DOG KILLER (2013, dir. Mira Fornay) which received Tiger award at Rotterdam IFF 2013 and was a Slovak Oscar contender. In 2017 she premiered her recent family drama LITTLE HARBOUR (PIATA LOĎ) directed by Iveta Grofova whose debut film was a Slovak Oscar contender. LITTLE HARBOUR is a Slovak-Czech coproduction supported also by Creative Europe and Eurimages. The film was awarded with Crystal Bear at Berlinale 2017 for the Best Film in Generation Kplus competition. LITTLE HARBOUR has travelled around many festivals and has received many awards.
She has recently premiered the children adventure film SUMMER REBELS produced as a Slovak-German co-production with the support of Slovak National TV, Audiovisual Fund, Creative Europe – Media and German fund BKM. She developes project FLOOD directed by Martin Gonda, whose graduate film PURA VIDA was premiered in Cinéfondation section of Cannes Film Festival and a TV drama series 1989 in co-production with a VOD platform. She has in postproduction roadmovie STAND UP, the first Slovak green film and she also coproduce SAVING ONE WHO WAS DEAD (Czech - Slovakia) directed by Václav Kadrnka and children film HOW I LEARNED TO FLY (Serbia - Croatia - Bulgaria - Slovakia) directed by Radivoje Andrić.
She is an EAVE 2015 graduate and Producers on the Move 2017 participant; she was trained at various workshops such as Ex Oriente and Midpoint.Having a 12 years long experience in film production, in 2015 she founded her own production company Silverart where she produces film and TV projects. She is a voting member of European Film Academy/EFA and vice-president of the Slovak Film and Television Academy/SFTA. In 2020 was the part of the Shooting Stars jury on Berlinale.