LJUBLJANA: Ten films will compete in the 27th edition of Ljubljana International Film Festival set to take place from 9 to 20 November 2016.
The awards are: the Kingfisher Award to the best film in the Perspectives section, the Dragon Audience Award to a film that has not been released in Slovenian cinemas so far, the FIPRESCI Award and the Short Film Award.
Other sections are: Avantpremieres, Panorama, Kings and Queens, Homage to Jerzy Skolimowski, Focus Romania, Extravaganza.
LINEUP PERSPECTIVE SECTION:
24 Weeks / 24 Wochen (Germany)Directed by Anne Zohra Berrached
A Good Wife / Dobre žena (Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia)Directed by Mirjana KaranovicProduced by This&That ProductionsCoproduced by Deblokada, Nukleus Film, CineplanetSupported by Film Fund Sarajevo
Aquarius (Brazil)Directed by Kleber Mendonca Filho
Glory / Slava (Bulgaria, Greece)Directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov Produced by Abraxas Coproduced by Graal Film, Screening Emotions, Aporia Filmworks, Red CarpetSupported by the Bulgarian National Film Center, Greek Film Centre
Humidity / Vlažnost (Serbia, Netherlands, Greece) - featureDirected by Nikola LjucaProduced by Cinamon ProductionCoproduced by Lemming Film, Dart Film Video
One Week and a Day/Shavua ve Yom (Israel)Directed by Asaph Polonsky
Porto (Portugal, France, USA, Poland)Directed by Gabe Klinger
Quit Staring At My Plate / Ne gledaj mi u pijat (Croatia, Denmark)Directed by Hana JušićProduced by KinoramaCoproduced by BeofilmSupported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, the Croatian Radiotelevision
The Red Turtle / La tortue rouge (Japan, France)Directed by Michael Dudok de Wit
The Transfiguration (USA)Directed by Michael O'Shea