Short scene at Isola Cinema

Manzioli Palace, Izola Manziolijev trg 5, 6310 Izola

At Isola Cinema, the workshop participants will deepen the knowledge gained at FeKK in Ljubljana and, via the internet, meet with their mentor Wim Vanacker and, in person, with Viviana Carlet and Carlo Miggoto, the directors of the Italian short film festival Lago Film Fest.

Slovenian Art Cinema Association

Manzioli Palace, Izola Manziolijev trg 5, 6310 Izola

In the first open session, we will talk about experiences with VOD with our guest experts, representatives of the DAFilms.com and Svevid.net platforms and then focus on the presentations of ticket sales systems and systems for registering the audience.

The Fever / A Febre

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Maya Da-Rin, Brasil, France, Germany, 2019, 98’

Balloon / Qìqiú

Arrigoni Open-air Cinema, Izola Dantejeva ulica 18, Izola

Pema Tseden, China, 2019, 102’

Balloon / Qìqiú

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Pema Tseden, China, 2019, 102’

Hamada

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Eloy Domínguez Serén, Sweden, Norway, Germany, 2018, 88’

The Orphanage / Parwareshghah

House of Culture, Izola Ulica oktobrske revolucije 1, 6310 Izola

Shahrbanoo Sadat, Denmark, Germany, France, Luxembourg, Afghanistan, Qatar, 2019, 90’

One More Jump

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Emanuele Gerosa, Italy, Switzerland, Lebanon, 2019, 83’

Corpus Christi

Arrigoni Open-air Cinema, Izola Dantejeva ulica 18, Izola

Jan Komasa, Poland, France, 2019, 116’

Corpus Christi

Sežana Cinema Kosovelova ulica 4a, 6210 Sežana

Jan Komasa, Poland, France, 2019, 116’

Bait

Kinodvor, Ljubljana Kolodvorska ulica 13, 1000 Ljubljana

Mark Jenkin, UK, 2019, 89’

Echo / Bergmál

Arrigoni Open-air Cinema, Izola Dantejeva ulica 18, Izola

Rúnar Rúnarsson, Iceland, France, Switzerland, 2019, 79’

Skillshare – How to get a successful film project?

Manzioli Palace, Izola Manziolijev trg 5, 6310 Izola

The training will present the experiences of four established filmmakers from Slovenia and abroad that have managed to realise their film visions into internationally successful projects. The event is intended for filmmakers at the beginning of their career or project that would like to find inspiration for a break-through in the experiences of successful Slovenian and foreign film productions.

The Fever / A Febre

House of Culture, Izola Ulica oktobrske revolucije 1, 6310 Izola

Maya Da-Rin, Brasil, France, Germany, 2019, 98’

Space Dogs

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Elsa Kremser, Levin Peter, Austria, Germany, 2019, 91’

Vitalina Varela

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Pedro Costa, Portugal, 2019, 124’

Honeyland / Medena zemja

House of Culture, Izola Ulica oktobrske revolucije 1, 6310 Izola

Tamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov, North Macedonia, 2019, 85’

Fire Will Come / O que arde

Arrigoni Open-air Cinema, Izola Dantejeva ulica 18, Izola

Oliver Laxe, Spain, France, Luxembourg, 2019, 85’

Timeless River / Trenutek reke

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Anja Medved, Nadja Velušček, Slovenia, 2010, 63’

Last and First Men

House of Culture, Izola Ulica oktobrske revolucije 1, 6310 Izola

Jóhann Jóhannsson, Iceland, 2019, 71’

Luís Azevedo: The art of the video essay

Manzioli Palace, Izola Manziolijev trg 5, 6310 Izola

Luís Azevedo will present his distinctly exploratory and creative approach to video essayism. Some of his essays will also be on view.

Centar

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Ivan Marković, Serbia, Germany, 2018, 48’

The Orphanage / Parwareshghah

Arrigoni Open-air Cinema, Izola Dantejeva ulica 18, Izola

Sadat Shahrbanoo, Denmark, Germany, France, Luxembourg, Afghanistan, Qatar, 2019, 90’

Fire Will Come / O que arde

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Oliver Laxe, Spain, France, Luxembourg, 2019, 85’

Coincoin and the Extra-Humans / Coincoin et les z’inhumains

House of Culture, Izola Ulica oktobrske revolucije 1, 6310 Izola

Bruno Dumont, France, 2018, 209’ (49’+55’+56’+51’)

In a style that is equally, if not much more bizarre and hilarious, the sequel to the miniseries Li’l Quinquin (P'tit Quinquin, 2014) depicts life in a French village and its unusual inhabitants. This time, the bumbling detective Van Der Weyden and his sidekick Carpentier investigate an unusual mass falling from the sky and causing (an even more unusual) cloning of the population.

Bait

Art Cinema Odeon, Izola Ulica Prekomorskih brigad 4, Izola

Mark Jenkin, UK, 2019, 89’

Honeyland / Medena zemja

Cerknica Open-air Cinema Čabranska ulica 2, 1380 Cerknica

Tamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov, North Macedonia, 2019, 85’

Down To Earth / Casa de Lava

Slovenian Cinematheque, Ljubljana Miklošičeva cesta 28, 1000 Ljubljana

Pedro Costa, Portugal, France, Germany, 1994, 105’

Sacavém

Slovenian Cinematheque, Ljubljana Miklošičeva cesta 28, 1000 Ljubljana

Júlio Alves, Portugal, 2019, 65’

Colossal Youth / Juventude em Marcha

Slovenian Cinematheque, Ljubljana Miklošičeva cesta 28, 1000 Ljubljana

Pedro Costa, Portugal, France, Switzerland, 2006, 156’

Our Man / O nosso Homem

Slovenian Cinematheque, Ljubljana Miklošičeva cesta 28, 1000 Ljubljana

Pedro Costa, Portugal, 2010, 23’

Horse Money / Cavalo Dinheiro

Slovenian Cinematheque, Ljubljana Miklošičeva cesta 28, 1000 Ljubljana

Pedro Costa, Portugal, 2014, 103’

Are You Going to School Today? / Aaj School Javanu Che Tamare?

Anupama Srinivasan, India, 2019, 59’ 
The title question is relevant every day for teachers and children in rural schools of southern Rajasthan. In areas with many children from challenging backgrounds, how does one bring them to school and create an environment that motivates them to study?

Sons of Denmark / Danmarks sønner  

Ulaa Salim, Denmark, 2019, 120’ 
In 2025, a year after a horrific terrorist attack on the Copenhagen metro, an ultranationalist politician is about to win the election in Denmark. This causes a wave of hate crimes against the Arab minority by the far-right organisation Sons of Denmark. This provocative and suspenseful political thriller is pervaded with the question: how to stay calm when society ever more clearly succumbs to hate and fear? 

The Orphanage / Parwareshghah  

Shahrbanoo Sadat, Denmark, Germany, France, Luxembourg, Afghanistan, Qatar, 2019, 90’ 

In the late 1980s, teenage street kid Qodrat turns his love for Bollywood films into a business by reselling cinema tickets on the streets of Kabul. When arrested, he is put into a Soviet-run orphanage. A brutally realistic and tenderly poetic coming-of-age story told through the eyes of an adolescent.

My Morning Laughter / Moj jutarnji smeh  

Marko Đorđević, Serbia, 2019, 94’ 
A belated coming-of-age tragicomedy about a 30-year-old who finally starts (tentatively, though no less persistently) stepping out from under his parents’ wings. A story of a generation whose parents desperately tried to shield them from the harsh realities of adulthood. Vast emotions tearing down the walls of tight spaces.

Sandlines, the Story of History

Francis Alÿs, Iraq, 2019, 61’ 
Children from a mountain village near Mosul re-enact a century of Iraqi history from the secret Sykes-Picot agreement in 1916 to the Islamic State's influence of terror in 2016. Using the simplest costumes and props, they evoke the story of history, revisiting their past to better understand their present.

Hamada 

Eloy Domínguez Serén, Sweden, Norway, Germany, 2018, 88’ 
The Sahrawi people have been forced to live in refugee camps in the middle of a stony desert ever since they were expelled from Western Sahara forty years ago. A group of friends are separated from the homeland they know only from their parents’ stories by a minefield and the second largest military wall in the world. Their vigorous will to live keeps clashing with the constricting physical and political limitations of reality. 

The Fever / A Febre  

Maya Da-Rin, Brasil, France, Germany, 2019, 98’ 
“Brazil is already in some kind of post-apocalyptic state,” said the director when commenting on her film. In it, she portrays indigenous Amazonians as torn between their source of income – the city – and their source of strength: the rainforest.

Space Dogs 

Elsa Kremser, Levin Peter, Austria, Germany, 2019, 91’ 

From the perspective of stray dogs (and other animals) living in Moscow, the film offers striking insight into their lives today and throughout the history of space conquest, laying bare people’s deeply anthropocentric perception of animals, and of human progress, entertainment, and everyday life.