LJUBLJANA: Blaz Zavrsnik is in postproduction with his second feature, Juliet and Alfa Romeo/Julija in Alfa Romeo, a love story set to be released by its Slovenian distributor Fivia in autumn 2015.
Slovenia’s film production remains fairly stable despite less impressive overall results. Due to the economic situation and some changes in the exhibition and distribution sector a decline of some 30% in attendance is expected.
LJUBLJANA: Sailing to Paradise is the first feature film by Blaž Završnik, a graduate in architecture, now finishing Film and TV Direction studies at the Ljubljana Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television.
LJUBLJANA: One of the three feature documentaries at the Slovenian Film Festival in Portoroz is Dancing with Maria by Italian director Ivan Gergolet which premiered at this year’s Venice Film Festival.
LJUBLJANA: Potoroz competition film A Fight For is a socially critical documentary film by journalist and film maker Siniša Gačić who is now completing a Master's Degree in TV Directing at the Ljubljana Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television.
LJUBLJANA: Barbarians is the first feature movie by Serbian director Ivan Ikić who graduated in Film and TV Directing as the best student of his generation.
LJUBLJANA: Inferno, the third feature film by Vinko Möderndorfer (Landscape No. 2, 2008; Suburbs, 2004), competes at the Slovenian Film Festival in Potoroz, 10-14 September 2014.
LJUBLJANA: Slovenian writer and director Sonja Prosenc presents her feature film debut The Tree in Potoroz at the national Slovenian Film Festival running 10-14 September 2014.
LJUBLJANA: Despite economic problems the 17th Slovenian Film Festival will take place in Portoroz 10-14 September 2014 with films on topics as diverse as family dilemmas, unemployment, tycoons, and more.
LJUBLJANA: Janez Burger’s Driving School is among the eight Slovenian films that will compete at the 17th Slovenian Film Festival taking place in the coastal town of Potoroz 10-14 Septermber 2014.
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