Archbishop Anton Vovk lived his vocation with strong faith and devotion, conscious of his mission in the then challenging, epochal times. The documentary traces his life and work, portraying the man he truly was: brave, con dent, and at the same time gentle and caring. Using a modern language of cinema combined with original score and unique footage, the film helps the gure of Anton Vovk enter common knowledge and ...
Directed by: David Šipoš
Stars: Anton Vovk
A baby has died. Orlo's parents are consumed with grief. In an attempt to make them happy and his family whole again, Orlo does something unexpected.
Directed by: Sara Kern
A Slovenian mother takes her addicted and self-destructive daughter with her to a remote Italian village. Isolation as attempted salvation. Inspired by Proust, Skafar turns this theme into a gentle and beautiful film, a poem about two souls in which the unutterable slowly comes to the surface.
Directed by: Vlado Škafar
Three different lives. Three different stories. One homeless person. He might change their lives forever. - A young waitress and an aspiring actress is from a broken home, living with her abusive father. She will do anything to seek freedom. The problem is that she is searching it in all the wrong places. - An art student comes from a warm and bubbly home. She is now facing a harsh reality and all the dilemmas that come ...
Directed by: Drago Graf
Tragedy doesn’t come any more Dickensian in tone or Shakespearian in scope than this dark social drama of the disintegration of a little family of four. A series of small debts triggers the swift domino effect that unleashes chaos on a well-meaning working class dad who has the bad judgment to speak truth to power.
Directed by: Vinko Möderndorfer
A family finds itself in a dead-end situation. They are only safe behind the walls of their own house and yard. As time vanishes from their home, the shelter slowly turns into a prison. However, nothing can keep the children from dreaming and yearning to be free and the urge to make a decision seems inevitable.
Directed by: Sonja Prosenc
Going Our Way 2 follows the adventures of young scouts spending summer at a camp in the middle of the idyllic Slovene Alps. Because the heroes from the first film, Aleks, Jaka and Sleepyhead, are almost grown up now, the scout leader charges them with new responsibilities and assignments that also involve taking care of a group of mischievous 10-year-olds, which proves to be quite a feat. sequel of Going Our Way.
Directed by: Miha Hočevar
Luka (19) is leaving a youth care centre, his only sanctuary for the past nine years, after his mother and relatives abandoned him. His wish is to find out where his father is buried. At his work, he falls in love with a lively girl named Ajda (19), and they begin a relationship together. While searching for answers from his past, Luka finds out a shocking family secret. He finds his only solace in the love ...
Directed by: Marko Šantić
The paths of two girls cross one evening in Ljubljana. Tina, a Slovene, and Iben, a Danish girl of similar age, both experiencing some kind of turning point in their lives, open up to one another and soon develop a close bond...
Directed by: Nejc Gazvoda
Relations between the students and the new teacher of German are extremely tense. When one female student commits suicide, her schoolmates blame the teacher for her death. An awareness that things are not quite so black and white comes too late.
Directed by: Rok Biček
What do you do when suddenly in your mid twenties you realise that your life has become a routine which consists of a monotonous nine to five job on weekdays and equally predictable Friday night parties?
Directed by: Dejan Babošek
Ivan is a retired music teacher in his late 70s, and has grown weary of life. His estranged son never matched up to his expectations anyway, he is still eaten up with jealousy of his brother, who always enjoys life to the full, and - above all - he cannot keep up with the changes around him. He buys himself a plot in a graveyard with an beautiful view of the Alps and checks into a retirement home so he can ...
Directed by: Matevž Luzar
Aging Bosnian rocker Toni Riff hasn’t written a single song in twenty years; suffering from depression, he relies on financial support from his wife Sonia. The latter decides to make a last-ditch attempt to salvage Toni’s talent – and their marriage.
Directed by: Miroslav Mandić
In order to perfect his research, Robert travels to Italy, where he meets an unusual homeless man. Overwhelmed and confused by the unexpected encounter with that mysterious man, Robert begins to follow him and disappears without a trace...
Directed by: Martin Turk
The main protagonists of the film are members of the gypsy family Mirga. Lutvija Belmondo Mirga narrates a story about four generations. Belmondo is the central character of the film, a gypsy king, who decided to establish his own gypsy village. He names it Shanghai. Belmondo makes a living smuggling and his power and influence grow big. He even gets the local police and politics on his side and that helps him to become ...
Directed by: Marko Naberšnik
Three friends embark on a road trip like in high school, but things have changed - Gregor is going to war mission, Ziva is going to study abroad, while Andrej is still the same. There are secrets left unsaid. Can their friendship survive?
Directed by: Nejc Gazvoda
Two couples in present day Ljubljana enroll in a dance school for tango, and in the process learn a great deal more – about life, about love, about themselves.
Directed by: Metod Pevec
Set in socialist Yugoslavia in 1986, a humble and diligent factory worker falls into a 10-year shock right at his working place. He wakes up from coma in hospital in 1996 capitalist Slovenia, only to find out that he's left without job as being redundant.
Directed by: Andrej Košak
Worker Maks Bigec decides to take things in his own hands when he hears that his factory will be closed. He takes the factory director as a hostage and demands that the state should reopen the factory.
Directed by: Miran Zupanič
Bread and Circuses is a comedy with a sent of nostalgia about socialistic Yugoslavia's last breaths looking forward into brighter future days than they appear to be at the moment. Family Novak from a small town Velenje is drawn by lot to participate in a TV family quiz. The mother and the daughter are thrilled about appearing on TV, whereas the father and the son do not like the idea that much, especially because the ...
Directed by: Klemen Dvornik