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Audiovisual Training and Networking

Sabina Briški Karlić

The cultural and creative sectors (CCS), including film and audiovisual, have been amongst the hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis, which has also accelerated the existing trends in AV training and capacity building. The Motovila team explored how three Creative Europe co-funded AV training programmes for project development (with important connections to Slovenia) have been dealing with the sudden changes and effects imposed by the turbulent events of 2020.

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EAVE brainstorming with Ankica Juric Tilic.jpg EAVE training events are known for their high-profile expert guests and hands-on interactive experiences such as this brainstorming session with Croatian film producer and EAVE group leader Ankica Jurić Tilić. Photo: ©Frank Schoepgens

Film web resources

SFDatabase, Slovenian film database – find titles or people, awards
SFC – conditions for film, audiovisual and cinematographic activities
SFC Film Catalogues – consult the catalogues of Slovenian shorts, docus, animations, long-feature films
Filminslovenia, Film Commission – shoot your film in Slovenia

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  • 11 Jul 2024


    18 Jul 2024

    Croatia Pula Kino Valli



    Several Slovenian films will be included in the programme. "Shooting Blanks - Poslednji heroj" by Žiga Virc and Iza Strehar is a Slovenian-Greek-Croatian-Italian coproduction. In the category of student film, two Slovenian productions will be included: "Juvies - Domčani" by Jure Štern and "Last Day of Spring - Zadnji dan pomladi" by Jan Krevatin. Slovenia will also be represented in two coproductions: Montenegro's "Forever Hold Your Peace" alongside Serbia, Czech Republic, Croatia and North Macedonia; and "The Man Who Could Not Remain Silent", coproduced by Croatia, France, Bulgaria and Slovenia, with Boštjan Virc of Studio Virc.

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Slovenian Film Centre

Slovenian Film Centre (SFC) is a public body that supports Slovene film production, post-production, and distribution. The center organises Slovenia’s main national film festival, the Festival of Slovenian Film and grants awards for outstanding achievements in Slovene cinema. It is responsible for the cultural presentation and promotion of Slovene films at home and abroad. One of its tasks is also to promote the development of scriptwriting (through public competitions, workshops and meetings).

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