The first ever Slovenian sound feature, Na svoji zemlji (‘On Our Own Land’ ), directed by France Štiglic, was remarkable for its involved emotional and sincere approach, thus escaping the stereotyping of realistic socialism, which was the prevalent creative mode in post-war Yugoslavia.
Likewise, most of the other Slovenian fiction films of the period depict the war and social issues in a surprisingly intimate and involved way, which sets them apart from the ideological matrix of the post-war years. ) and a rather younger girl lost their families in an air raid.
Amongst the passengers, being taken to a hotel in Ljubljana, is a quiet, beautiful young Danish girl ...
See full summary » Director: Nejc Gazvoda Embittered widower, Ludvik, spends his nights transporting illegal refugees in his van from Croatia, across Slovenia, and into Italy.
The young and inexperienced Rudi acts as his helpmate. See full summary » Director: Damjan Kozole Four local boys borrow a lot of money from the local mafia. They have to think of infinite ways to earn and return the amount. Director: Mitja Okorn A story about a couple from the bottom of the social ladder, about smuggling refugees across borders and other 'suspect' things- it is, first and foremost, an attempt to tell a story about ...
See full summary » Director: Branko Djuric Young lawyer Rebeka is given a case involving the murder of a production designer, and the main suspect is her childhood friend Jana.
His new boss is warm, old fashioned and naive - completely opposite from the ... See full summary » Director: Damjan Kozole After a night of carousing, the amateur photo model Zina heads for a fashion shoot in the nature, accompanied by the ambitious Mia, apathetic Dragica and snobby photographer Blitcz. See full summary » Director: Tomaz Gorkic Relations between the students and the new teacher of German are extremely tense. Director: Nejc Gazvoda Due to poor business performance, a small hotel is being sold to an international buyer.
See full summary » Director: Marko Nabersnik Alexandra is a student from Krsko, a small town in Slovenia, while she studies the English language in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. When one female student commits suicide, her schoolmates blame the teacher for her death. See full summary » Director: Rok Bicek 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. Employees do not want to lose their jobs, so they take things into their own hands and try to sabotage the sale of the hotel.
See full summary » Director: Damjan Kozole The film focuses on a young unemployed working class family and their everyday struggle for survival.That said, Slovenia’s single contribution to the old Hollywood was indeed notable: the Slovenian-born silent film star Ita Rina.The years following the Second World War would see a considerable change for the better from this period of stagnation.MUNICH (FIBA Euro Basket Women 2017) - With just over two weeks until the start of the Final Round, the intensity of preparation has shifted up a gear as rosters get trimmed and nations play friendlies.Viba Film Studio was and still is primarily intended for national film production but when it is not involved in any domestic film project it can offer its facilities and technical services on the market.The family is like any ordinary European family, trying to make a living with the work ...See full synopsis » Director: Vinko Moderndorfer After witnessing the murder of an American diplomat, a beautiful gypsy woman, Katrina, becomes the assassins' next target.Some of the titles produced in that period are: Kala (1958) by ; Red Wheat [Rdeče klasje] (1970), a co-production with FRZ – Centar filmskih radnih zajednica Srbije, Belgrade, by Živojin Pavlović; Masquerade [Maškarada] (1971), a co-production with Kinematografi Zagreb by ; and so on.Since 1994 when Viba Film became a film studio serving as a technical foundation for the national film production the majority of Slovene films have been produced using its studio or/and technical services.Viba Film offers its facilities also for non-film-related projects like concerts, theatre and dance performances, etc.In the past few years its studio has hosted events such as a concert of Laibach music group, the theatre performance 100 Minutes by co-produced by Dance Theatre Ljubljana and Dance Week Zagreb (Hrvatski institut za pokret i ples, Zagreb) which appeared as part of Eẋ Ponto International Festival in 2003, the performance FAKE it!