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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 (www.rtvslo.si) 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.
When Natasa Bucar began working for Cankarjev dom in 2001, the venerable national cultural institution already had an established eight-year-old distribution arm.
Slovenian director Vinko Moderndorfer’s Landscape No 2 (www.pokrajina-st2.org) which is screening in the Venice Days programme of the Venice Film Festival attacks a topic that is front and center in…
Slovenia will be represented at the Venice film festival by Landscape No. 2 in Venice Days and competition short Every Breath You Take.
Fox Sports reports that Slovenian audiences for the Chinese Olympics have almost doubled over figures for the Sydney Olympics.
Metod Pevec's film Estrellita received the Amnesty International award at the Motovun film festival.
Jan Cvitkovic's 2005 film Gravehopping bowed in Italian cinemas the first week of July. Distribution company SAP11 (www.sap11.com) are placing 10 copies of the film within the Italian territory.
At the Crossroads: Slovenian Cinema, the first retrospective of the history of Slovenian cinema which will take place at the Walter Reade Theater in New York July 16-22.
The third Festival of European Film in Ljubljana awarded its top prize to France's Zim & Co directed by Pierre Jolivet.
Shooting began March 27 on a new international co-production by Slovene director Damjan Kozole called Slovenka, or Slovenian Girl. The budget for the film is €1.52 million.

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