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Slovenian Culture Minister Majda Sirca said the Ministry will use its €213 million budget in 2009 to improve conditions for filmmakers and other artists with special cultural status.
Tension is building in a stand-off between the new Slovenian Minister of Culture Majda Sirca and public broadcaster RTV.
Slovenia's new minister of culture, former film critic Majda Sirca, announced the dismissal of three members (Igor Prodnik, Stane Malcic and Joze Pogacnik) of the Slovenian Film Fund supervisory board.
Slovenian production company Staragara ( will begin filming Circus Fantasticus by writer /director Janez Burger on March 2.
Slovene public broadcaster RTV ( announced it will cancel Passions, the first Slovenian daily TV series, and one of RTV's biggest projects, which debuted late last year.
For Ever, the latest offering from Slovenian director (and European Film Academy member) Damjan Kozole opened January 8 in Slovenia.
Three Slovenian Distributors have received €16,000 in support from MEDIA Desk Slovenia for distributing three European movies.
The first full-length feature film by Marko Nabersnik, Rooster's Breakfast, was a big surprise for the Slovenian film industry.
Vinko Moderndorfer fulfilled the promise of his debut film Suburts with his 2008 sophomore effort Landscape No. 2.
Marco Mandic's performance in the Venice festival film Landscape No.2 is just the latest in a growing string of impressive performances in Slovenian films.
Slovenia's new minister of culture, former critic Majda Sirca Ravnikar, installed on November 26, indicated she will push for more EU funding to go into the arts, and filmmakers look…
Public TV station RTV Slovenia ( has premiered the first Slovenian daily TV serial, Passions.
Slovenia may be alone among Central European countries in reaching out in a big way to former Yugoslav countries to offer financial support through co-productions.
The impact of the Ljubljana film festival LIFFE (November 12-23) lingers far beyond closing night, with around 20 films from the festival going into Slovenian distribution each year.
Vinko Moedendorfer's second feature film, Landscape No. 2, won the Vesna best film award at the 11th Slovenian Film Festival held in the resort town of Portoroz.
Slovenia has a strong presence at this year's edition of the Warsaw film festival, running October 10-19.
Austrian digital broadcasting specialist Oesterreichische Rundfunksende announced it has bid on Slovenia's second DVB-T platform, with a decision expected October 15.
Ljubljana's main arthouse cinema Kinodvor re-opened its doors on October 1, after being closed in April.
The Association of Slovenian Filmmakers (DSFU) chose Rooster's Breakfast by Marko Nabersnik and produced by Arsmedia, as the Slovenian candidate for the Foreign Language Academy Award.



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