21 Jan 2021
30 Jan 2021
A long-feature Father by Srdan Golubović, coproduced by Vertigo, a short film Bits by Áron Horváth Botka, produced by A Atalanta, a documentary Antigone – How Dare We! by Jani Sever (Sever & Sever Production), Reconciliation by Marija Zidar (Vertigo) presented in a documentary fine cut section Last Stop Trieste, Orchestra by Matevž Luzar, produced by Gustav Film at the First Cut Lab', a producer Matjaž Jerič (Temporama Film Society) participating in the section Cold Open, and participation in coproduction meetings When East Meets West, supported by Slovenian Film Centre,
at the Trieste Film Festival
After an initial focus on low- and no-budget shorts, Temporama's breakthrough came in 2018 with the widely praised Posledice (Consequences, dir. Darko Štante), an intense LGBT drama set in a youth detention centre, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and went on to win ten awards, including the Adolf Zukor Prize for Best Film at the CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival in Hungary. After strong festival showings worldwide, the film was picked up by distributors in France, Germany, the UK, Ireland and North America for theatrical and SVoD release.
In November 2020 they joined Petra Pan Film Production and December Institute in receiving development funding from the spring 2020 round of the Creative Europe MEDIA programme. Noben glas (Neither Voice), a family drama set in 1970s Yugoslavia and slated for release in 2023, is the first feature film project from Ester Ivakič and Nika Jurman.