Milka and Metod Badjura Award

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Nagrada Metoda Badjure
Miklošičeva cesta 28, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 438 1640
Klemen Dvornik, president




The Milka and Metod Badjura Award for lifetime achievement, launched in 1995 by the Association of Slovenian Filmmakers, is the most important Slovene film award. It is bestowed annually on a selected Slovene film maker at the Festival of Slovenian Film. The award is named after the Slovene film director and cinematographer Metod Badjura who began producing professional documentaries during the 1930s, and his partner Milka Badjura, a pioneer film editor, scriptwriter and film director.


Up to 2010 the Badjura Award has been awarded to Jože Babič, Mirjana Borčić, Vojko Duletič, Jože Gale, Boštjan Hladnik, Jane Kavčič, Matjaž Klopčič, Milan Ljubić, Ivan Marinček, Berta Meglič, Rudi Omota, Jože Pogačnik, Dušan Povh, Filip Robar Dorin, Mako Sajko, Rudi Vaupotič, Peter Zobec, Karpo Godina, Dunja Klemenc, Franci Zajc, Tugo Štiglic and Andrej Zdravič.

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The Milka and Metod Badjura Award for lifetime achievement, launched in 1995 by the Association of Slovenian Filmmakers, is the most important Slovene film award. +
The Milka and Metod Badjura Award for lifetime achievement, launched in 1995 by the Association of Slovenian Filmmakers, is the most important Slovene film award. +
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