It was a cold, dark January evening at the café of the Slovenian Cinematheque.
Even in the comprehensively catastrophic 2020 a light of hope occasionally shines upon the Slovene film nation.
While on Earth things can revolve around family drama, epic history, romantic comedy, Space is left only with science fiction.
The astronauts of the Apollo 8 mission, who in 1968 first observed the Earth from space, described their experience as something that fundamentally marked their lives and forever changed their view of the world.
Lago Film Fest is a festival of independent cinema and expanded creativity which, over the last sixteen years, has brought to the small town of Lago (Italy) a community of artists, filmmakers and performers to meet an audience of passionate spectators, lunatics and lovers.
In an interview at the 2010 Berlinale, Ruben Östlund said that he would prefer making shorts if they attracted as much attention as feature films.
It is demanding to write about Ema Kugler's films. Our attempts of interpretation are predestined to fail (as Kugler is not concerned with the story) and if we try to describe them, we end up at best with a successful ekphrasis and at worst with a dull transcription of onscreen movement.
This year’s competition programme of FeKK SLO reveals that two currents run parallel through contemporary Slovene short films.
Twenty years have already passed since Luksuz Production started its workshops of documentary film - documentary with capital D.