ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production

From Culture.si

Jump to:navigation, search


Contact info
Zavod Zvviks, zavod za film in avdiovizualno produkcijo
http://zvviks.net/
info@zvviks.net
Ribniška ulica 27, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 31 632 162
RegionSI-1
Matija Šturm, Executive Producer
matija@zvviks.net
Phone386 (0) 31 632 126
Online accounts:
twitter  facebook  vimeo  



Past Events
  • 14 July to 22 July 2018
    Screenings of Ivan, directed by Janez Burger (Staragara), The Miner, directed by Hanna A. W. Slak (Nukleus Film), Men Don't Cry, co-produced by Iridium Film, Perseverance, directed by Miha Knific (Nukleus Film), in the Minority Co-Production section; Codelli, directed by Miha Čelar (Astral Film), in the Documentary section; Quiet, directed by Barbara Zemljič (Blade Production) in the Short Film section; Nighthawk, directed by Špela Čadež (Finta, Radio-Television Slovenia (RTV Slovenia), Bonobostudio), Come Along, directed by Igor Šterk (A.A.C. Productions), Koyaa - Naughty Toy Car and Koyaa - Flying Workbook, directed by Kolja Saksida (ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production), in the Films for Children section; Back to Me(mories) and What Remains by Neli Maraž and Lucky for Us! by Jure Dostal, all produced by Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (AGRFT), in the Student section; supported by the Slovenian Film Centre, at the Pula Film Festival at Arena, Istrian National Theatre, Portarata, Valli Cinema in Pula, Croatia
    programme organiser
  • 4 June to 9 June 2018
    The screenings of The Box, directed by Dušan Kastelic (Bugbrain Studio), in the Grand Competition Short Film section; Prince Ki-Ki-Do: Winter Story, directed by Grega Mastnak (Ozor), King Matheus, directed by Katarina Nikolov (Iridium Film), and Koyaa - Wild Sunbed, directed by Kolja Saksida (ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production), in the Films for Children Competition section; Martin Krpan, directed by Nejc Saje (Strup Productions), Mury the Cat - Going for a Walk, directed by Jernej Žmitek (Invida), in the Family Program section; Nighthawk, directed by Špela Čadež (Finta, Radio-Television Slovenia (RTV Slovenia), Bonobostudio), in the Ribnjak section; and the presentation of good practice in regional cooperation by Kolja Saksida, supported by the Slovenian Film Institute, at the Animafest Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia
    programme organiser
  • 14 March to 15 March 2018
    The presentation of the project KOYAA 360 by Kolja Saksida, produced by ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production, supported by Slovenian Film Centre, at the The Financing Forum for Kids Content at Palladium in Malmö, Sweden
    programme organiser
  • 15 February to 25 February 2018
    Screenings of I Act, I Am, produced by Filmostovje and co-produced by Slovenian Film Centre and Viba Film Studio; Kolja Saksida's series of short animated films Koyaa, produced by ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production; and What Comes Around, co-produced by Iridium Film; with screenwriter and director Maja Prettner at the Berlinale Talent Campus, at the Berlinale, Berlin International Film Festival at Cinemax X 19, Marriott Studio, Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin, Germany organiser
  • 4 November to 5 November 2017
    The US premiere of Koyaa cartoons with screenings of Wild Sunbed, Naughty Toy Car and The Freezing Scarf, directed by Kolja Saksida and produced by (ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production), supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Washington, at the Kids Euro Festival at Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, Hillwood Estate, Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center in Washington, USA
    programme organiser
  • 12 August to 17 August 2017
    Screenings of The Family, a documentary directed by Rok Biček (Cvinger Film), Playing men, a documentary film written and directed by Matjaž Ivanišin (Nosorogi), and Ljubljana – München 15:27, directed by Katarina Morano (Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (AGRFT)), in the competition programme, Let Him Be a Basketball Player, directed by Boris Petkovič (Gustav Film), Koyaa – The Freezing Scarf, Koyaa – Naughty Toy Car and Koyaa – Wild Sunbed, directed by Kolja Saksida (ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production), in the children’s programme, Liberation Day, a documentary film about Laibach's 2015 North Korea concerts, co-produced by Staragara, in the summer screen programme, and a concert by Laibach, Halfsister, directed by Damjan Kozole (Vertigo), at Cinelink Industry Days, and director Simon Intihar, producer Nastja Kotnik and screenwriter Anja Bunderla at Talents Sarajevo at the Sarajevo Film Festival at Art Cinema Kriterion, Bosnian Cultural Centre, Cinemaplex Cinema City, Novi Grad Cinema, Sarajevo Youth Theatre, Sarajevsko Summer Screen in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    programme
  • 6 October to 10 October 2015
    A solo exhibition by Dušan Kastelic (Bugbrain Studio) and screenings of Composition, directed by Mitja Manček, and Koyaa - Flower, directed by Kolja Saksida (ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production), at 12th European Animated Film Festival Belgrade Balkanima at Students' City Cultural Center in Belgrade, Serbia
    programme
  • 7 August to 9 August 2015
    Screenings of Boles by Špela Čadež (Finta), Just Like That, Hunter’s Luck, Life as you don’t know it, Veni, Vidi, Vici, Samuel, A wasted wish, and Bird Run, produced by ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production, and Wonder Island by Rene Puhar at the Constantine's Gold Coin International Animated Film Festival for children and youth in Niš, Serbia
    programme
  • 1 May to 3 May 2015
    Screenings of The Woods Are Still Green, directed by Marko Naberšnik (Perfo Production), Motions to Promised Lands, directed by Miha Erman (KUD Ponor, ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production, NuFrame), Koyaa - Flower, directed by Kolja Saksida (ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production), and Kresnik: The Lore of Fire, directed by David Sipoš (Haritude Ventures), supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Washington, at the SEEfest at Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, USA
    programme
  • 3 June to 8 June 2014
    Koyaa - Flower, directed by Kolja Saksida (ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production), Boles, Lovesick, and Mate to Measure, directed by Špela Čadež, Last Minute, directed by Špela Čadež and Marina Rosset, Muri the Cat, directed by Boris Dolenc, and EKO Binz, directed by Iztok H Šuc at the Animafest Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia
    programme
  • 14 May to 25 May 2014
    The Slovenian Film Centre presenting Slovene films Inferno by Vinko Möderndorfer (Forum Ljubljana) and Tree by Sonja Prosenc (Mono O) at the South-East Pavilion, in addition to Koyaa - Flower by Kolja Saksida (ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production), Adagio by Blaž Završnik, Boom Boom Bis by Jani Sever (Sever & Sever Production), and Kresnik: The Lore of Fire by David Sipoš (Haritude Ventures) at the Short Film Corner, and Houston, We Have a Problem by Žiga Virc (Studio Virc Ltd) at the Pavilion Next, at the Cannes International Film Festival in Cannes, France
    programme
  • 12 May to 18 May 2014
    Koyaa - Flower, directed by Kolja Saksida and produced by ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production, at the International Animation Film Festival Golden Kuker in Sofia, Bulgaria
    programme
  • 11 May to 22 May 2011
    Koyaa Extraordinary by Kolja Saksida (ZVVIKS Production), Stripburger in Motion by Boris Dolenc (Forum Ljubljana) and Everyday is not the same by Martin Turk presented at the Short Film Corner at the Cannes International Film Festival in Cannes, France
    programme



A Atalanta ZVVIKS 2009 Mulc.JPG

ZVVIKS, Institute for Film and Audiovisual Production is a non-profit organisation (registered in 2009), deriving from an association established in 2002 by Kolja Saksida, an author who focuses on stop-motion animation, video installation for stage and experimental film and video making. He is the author of several short experimental films (including Eksperimentalec, 1999) and stop-motion animations.


Zvviks produces presentation documentaries (Ana Desetnica International Street Theatre Festival documentary and promotion films), video and short films, photography, graphic design, web design and installations (in co-operation with multimedia artist Marko Kovačič). In 2001 he conceived Zvviks Kijosk, an audiovisual street performance with live video manipulation. His multimedia stage set pieces (directing, editing video clips, conceiving video clips) include Doubtful Thomas, On Whose Side, Clone, Fat Pig and Girl with Violin (commissioned by Ljubljana City Theatre (MGL), Ljubljana Puppet Theatre).

Background

Since 1997 Kolja Saksida has been engaged as a film actor in several short films (the last one being Dark Side of the Moon, 2005) and feature films (the main roles in Blind Spot by Hanna Slak, 2001, and Installation of Love by Maja Weiss, 2006) as well as working as director’s assistant in several films (eg No Man’s Land by Danis Tanović). He also played the main role in the feature-length interactive Internet film DemoKino by Davide Grassi (Aksioma Institute).

After completing work on the short animation films Lab Party, Mosk and Let'ssss go, 2001–2002, and Bright Future, 2003, Zvikks Association created the pilot for the animation TV film series Koyaa, produced by Televizija Slovenija, which received a special jury price at the Alternativ Film Festival in 2005. Stripped Hill is a new animation TV series currently under development. Saksida participated in Cartoon Feature in Potsdam, Germany and in Cartoon Future in Vigo, Spain. In 2006 he was awarded a grant for Berlinale Talent Campus, Germany and participated in the Open Workshop in Viborg, Denmark as artist in residence.

External links

Gallery

Facebook Twitter
Collections
Editorial
Lists
Opportunities
Resources
Nerd files
Feeling Wiki?
Tools