Slovenian Film Festival 2022

Indo Cine Appreciation Foundation, in association with Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in New Delhi and Consulate of Slovenia in Chennai are organizing ’INTRODUCTION OF CONTEMPORARY SLOVENIAN FILMS’ on 29 and 30 November 2022 at Alliance Française of Madras, 24, College Road, Opposite Good Shepherd School, Nungambakkam, Chennai – 600034 as per the schedule given below.

Date: 29th – 30th, November 2022
(Non-members of ICAF, please call on 9840151956/8939022618 for more details)



0. Inaugural Function – November 29 | 6.00 p.m

1. All Against All/Vsi proti vsem/2019/Dir.: Andrej Kosak/ 100 min  | November 29 | 6.30 p.m

A political drama with elements of a thriller discusses politics, electoral fraud, and the decay of moral values, taking place in the fictional town of Rovte under the idyllic Alps. Franta, a corrupt mayor, is about to lose the election. After a TV debate, where he fails utterly, Franta calls his mistress Jozica in desperation. She advises him to seek the aid of Fleischmann, a criminal.

5 wins & 1 nomination


2. Don’t Forget to Breathe/Ne pozabi dihati/2019/ Dir.: Martin Turk/97 min | November 30 | 4.00 p.m

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.

2 wins & 2 nomination


3. Everything Is Different/Jaz sem Frenk/2019/Dir.: Metod Pevec | 98 min | Nov 30 | 6.00 pm

The latest film from Metod Pevec explores the tensions between the old and new ways of doing things in independent, post-Communist Slovenia, centered on a family dispute over an inheritance. The free-spirited but emotionally troubled Frank (Janez Skof), still an idealist about now-discarded socialist ideology, returns home for the reading of his late father’s will.


4. Gaja’s world/Gajin svet/2018/Dir.: Peter Bratusa | 89 min | Nov 30 | 8.00 pm

The story deals with the common problems of today’s kid’s life: separation of parents, alienation in the family and the dangers of the Internet. With this we address both teens and their parents. 11-year-old Gaja, introduces her unusual family and the world in which she lives. After Mother’s departure to Africa on the mission of the Doctors Without Borders, this world undergoes a significant change.

3 wins

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