11 movies

  • SI

Installation of Love

October 7, 2007

Married to a wealthy meat dealer, Mojca (45) is worshiper of fine art and mother of two grown-up kids. Desperate for love and passion, she becomes an object of video installation which her ex-lover and now renown conceptual artist Milos is completing with a help of her daughter Nika. Mojca’s hunt for love becomes a wild journey for everyone involved in this film, including the crew shooting the film Installation of Love…

Don't Forget to Breathe

October 23, 2019

15-year old Klemen lives with his elder brother Peter and single mother in a small and remote rural town. Klemen's well-established routine of spending time with his beloved brother on the tennis court and by the nearby river gets interrupted by Peter's sudden and passionate love affair with his gorgeous classmate Sonja. This triggers a torrent of conflicting emotions and reckless actions by Klemen. —Slovenian Film Centre

Good Day's Work

August 14, 2018

Armin has been unemployed for a long time, and in desperately need of a job. His wife Jasmina is pregnant, and his son Edin has behavioral problems at school.

Night Boats

March 15, 2012

Seventy-year-old teenagers running away from home. They are not running away from their parents, they are running away from the inevitable.

Dar Fur: War for Water

October 23, 2008

Risking his life, filmmaker and human rights activist Kriznar travels across Darfur for a peace mission, but business interests appear paramount.

Feed Me with Your Words

September 28, 2012

In order to perfect his research, Robert travels to Italy, where he meets an unusual homeless man. Overwhelmed and confused by the unexpected encounter with that mysterious man, Robert begins to follow him and disappears without a trace...

Sunday Morning

November 12, 2018

Two boys, their fathers and a dog in an unexpected, life-changing encounter in a forest on a Sunday morning. A short film about authorities, disappointments and the birth of a rebel.

Glazier Blues

November 18, 2001

Plunging into a netherworld of machines and humans, Steklarski Blues (2001), also known as Glazier Blues, transforms the noisy, steam-filled work of a glass factory in the town of Hrastnik in Slovenia into something resembling a steampunk-inflected, sci-fi dystopia that belongs to no particular moment in time.

A Well Spent Afternoon

November 20, 2017

After a failed job interview, father is spending an afternoon with his 7-year-old son. On their way home, son finds a wallet full of money. Father is determined to return it to its owner.

Little things in the everyday life of six different people: a pregnant woman who sets off with her daughter to give birth; her husband, who needs to take her to the maternity ward as soon as possible; a woman who is in conflict with the pregnant woman\’s husband regarding a parking dispute; her lover who wants a serious relationship; and a postman who wants this man\’s signature upon a registered letter. People always meet and their lives are interconnected, regardless of who or what they are.

This first-person documentary provides an inside look into the terrifying and bloody events that shook Central Europe in the 1990s, as the filmmaker takes a trip along the road that once united the disparate states of Yugoslavia, from Slovenia to Macedonia. A film about memory, hatred, love and hope.

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