List of Slovenian films

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A plaque commemorating first Slovene film recording made in 1905 by Karol Grossmann in Ljutomer

This is a list of notable films produced in Slovenia or the predecessor countries on its territory.

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Slovenia declared its independence from Yugoslavia on June 25, 1991. Slovene-language films produced in Yugoslavia before this date are also listed. Titles, translated titles, and release dates correspond to official entries in the Slovenian Film Fund database, [1] which sometimes differ from entries in other film databases (such as the IMDb).

Earliest films

TitleDirectorPrincipal castGenreNotes
1898
Razgled po Ljubljani
(View of Ljubljana; also known as Razgled Ljubljane, Panorama Ljubljane, or Razgled po Ljubljani)
cinematographers of Lumière short/documentaryConsidered the first film recorded in the territory of the present-day Slovenia. It was presumably filmed by deputies of Auguste and Louis Lumière, although the director Srđan Kneževič ascribed it to Bläser. It was filmed from Ljubljana Castle or some other high point in the town in autumn 1898, when Ljubljana was receiving numerous visits due to the 1895 earthquake. It was about 2 minutes long and was shown by the businessman Johann Bläser in Tivoli Park (Latterman Avenue) from 7 until 14 May 1899. The film has been lost. [2]
1905
Sejem v Ljutomeru
(Fair At Ljutomer)
Odhod z maše v Ljutomeru ("Dismissal from Mass in Ljutomer")
Na domačem vrtu (In the Family Garden)
Karol Grossmann short/documentaryConsidered the first examples of Slovene film [3]
1909
Ljubljana 1909 Salvatore Spina Company, Triestedocumentary/reportageOriginal title: Ljubljana. The oldest preserved video recordings of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. On the 25th anniversary of the Slavec Workers’ Choir of Ljubljana. 1909, 35 mm, black and white, 166 m, 7', silent.
1931
V kraljestvu Zlatoroga
(In the Kingdom of the Goldhorn)
Janko Ravnik Joža Čop, Miha Potočnik, Franica Sodja, Herbert Drofenik acted (a trip to mountains)/documentaryThe first Slovenian feature film [3]
1932
Triglavske strmine
(The Slopes of Mount Triglav)
Ferdo Delak Milka Badjura, Anton Danilo Cerar, Pavla Marinko, Miha Potočnik, Uroš Zupančič acted (love story)/documentary
1941
O, Vrba Marijan Foerster documentaryA key Slovene pre-war film that presents the birth house and the birth village of France Prešeren, the Slovene national poet. It contains a number of sound innovations, as well as rare preserved recordings of the voices of Fran Saleški Finžgar, who presented the house, and Oton Župančič, who read the poem "O Vrba". Due to the cultural silence, the film was released only on 26 August 1945.
1946
Ljubljana pozdravlja osvoboditelje
(Ljubljana Welcomes Liberators)
Marijan Foerster acted/documentaryThe first post-war film, released on 17 July 1945. On 26 August 1945, it was rereleased with some acted scenes.
1948
Na svoji zemlji
(On Our Own Land)
France Štiglic Miro Kopač, Angela Rakar, Stane Sever war filmThe first Slovenian feature film with sound; [4] nominated for Palme d'Or at the 1949 Cannes Film Festival. [5]

1950s

TitleDirectorPrincipal castGenreNotes
1950
1951
Kekec Jože Gale Matija Barl, France Presetnik youth adventureThe first Slovenian film with an international award - Golden Lion for youth film at the 16th Venice International Film Festival [6]
1952
Svet na Kajžarju
(World at Kajžar)
France Štiglic Miro Kopač drama
1953
Jara gospoda
(Parvenus)
Bojan Stupica Bojan Stupica, Stane Sever historical drama
Vesna František Čáp Metka Gabrijelčič, Franek Trefalt, Jure Furlan, Janez Čuk, Elvira Kralj romantic comedyFollowed by a sequel Ne čakaj na maj
1954
1955
Trenutki odločitve
(Moments of Decision)
František Čáp Stane Sever war drama
Tri zgodbe
(Three Stories)
Jane Kavčič drama
1956
Dolina miru
(The Valley of Peace)
France Štiglic Tugo Štiglic, Eveline Wohlfeiler, John Kitzmiller war dramaBest actor award (John Kitzmiller) and Palme d'Or nomination at the 1957 Cannes Film Festival [7]
1957
Ne čakaj na maj
(Don't Whisper)
František Čáp Metka Gabrijelčič, Franek Trefalt, Elvira Kralj, Stane Sever romantic comedySequel to Vesna
1958
Dobro morje
(The Good Sea)
Mirko Grobler Janez Vrhovec, Stane Potokar drama
Kala Krešimir Golik, Andrej Hieng Jure Doležal war drama/
family adventure
1959
Dobri stari pianino
(The Good Old Piano)
France Kosmač Frane Milčinski - Ježek, Vida Kuhar war drama
Tri četrtine sonca
(Three Quarters of the Sun)
Jože Babič Arnold Tovornik, Bert Sotlar, Lojze Potokar drama

1960s

TitleDirectorPrincipal castGenreNotes
1960
Veselica
(The Feast)
Jože Babič Miha Baloh, Velimir Gjurin, Mira Sardoč romance/drama
Akcija
(Action)
Jane Kavčič Lojze Rozman, Aleksander Valič, Stane Potokar, Janez Albreht, Branko Pleša, Arnold Tovornik war film
1961
Nočni izlet
(Night Trip)
Mirko Grobler Primož Rode, Špela Rozin drama
Ples v dežju
(Dance in the Rain)
Boštjan Hladnik Miha Baloh, Duša Počkaj drama
Balada o trobenti in oblaku
(The Ballad of the Trumpet and the Cloud)
France Štiglic Lojze Potokar war drama
Družinski dnevnik
(Family Diary)
Jože Gale comedy
1962
Minuta za umor
(A Minute for Murder)
Jane Kavčič Demeter Bitenc, Vanja Drach, Zlatko Madunič, Duša Počkaj, Lojze Rozman drama
Naš avto
(Our Car)
František Čáp comedy
Peščeni grad
(The Castle of Sand)
Boštjan Hladnik Milena Dravić, Ali Raner, Ljubiša Samardžić drama
Tistega lepega dne
(That Beautiful Day)
France Štiglic Bert Sotlar, Marija Šeme, Duša Počkaj comedy
1963
Srečno, Kekec!
(Good Luck, Kekec)
Jože Gale Velimir Gjurin, Marin Mele, Ruša Bojc youth adventureThe first Slovenian color film [8]
Samorastniki
(Wildlings)
Igor Pretnar Rudi Kosmač, Majda Potokar historical drama
1964
Ne joči, Peter
(Don't Cry, Peter)
France Štiglic war film/
youth adventure
1965
Lažnivka
(Liar)
Igor Pretnar Majda Potokar, Irena Prosen, Vera Šipov, Angelca Hlebce, Dušan Antonijević, Bata Živojinović drama
Lucija
(Lucia)
France Kosmač Alenka Vipotnik drama
Po isti poti se ne vračaj
(Don't Come Back by the Same Way)
Jože Babič drama
1966
Amandus France Štiglic Boris Kralj historical drama
1967
Grajski biki
(Thugs from the Castle)
Jože Pogačnik drama
Na papirnatih avionih
(On Wings of Paper)
Matjaž Klopčič drama
Nevidni bataljon
(The Invisible Battalion)
Jane Kavčič war film
Zgodba, ki je ni
(On the Run)
Matjaž Klopčič Polde Bibič, Mirko Bogataj, Vinko Hrastelj, Milena Dravić drama
1968
Kekčeve ukane
(Kekec's Tricks)
Jože Gale Zlatko Krasnič, Boris Ivanovski, Jasna Krofak, Milorad Radovič, Polde Bibič youth adventure
Sončni krik
(The Shout of the Sun)
Boštjan Hladnik action/comedy
Peta zaseda
(The Fifth Ambush)
France Kosmač Tone Gogala, Boris Cavazza war film
1969
Sedmina
(Funeral Feast)
Matjaž Klopčič Rade Šerbedžija, Snežana Nikšić, Milena Dravić, Mirko Bogataj, Relja Bašić, Tone Slodnjak war film

1970s

TitleDirectorPrincipal castGenreNotes
1970
Onkraj
(Beyond)
Jože Gale Janez Škof drama
Rdeče Klasje
(Red Wheat)
Živojin Pavlović drama
1971
Maškarada
(Masquerade)
Boštjan Hladnik Vida Jerman, Miha Baloh, Igor Galo erotic dramaConsidered pornography and heavily censored at first, integral version was only shown in 1982 [9]
Mrtva ladja
(Death Ship)
Rajko Ranfl Franc Uršič, Polde Bibič romance/horror/mystery
1972
Ko pride lev
(The Lion is Coming)
Boštjan Hladnik Marko Simčič, Milena Dravić, Marina Urbanc comedy/romance
1973
Begunec
(The Fugitive)
Jane Kavčič war drama
Cvetje v jeseni
(Blossoms in Autumn)
Matjaž Klopčič Polde Bibič, Milena Zupančič romance
Let mrtve ptice
(The Flight of Dead Bird)
Živojin Pavlović drama
Ljubezen na odru
(Love on the Furrows)
Vojko Duletič Metka Franko, Iztok Jereb, Aleksander Valič romance/drama
Pastirci
(Little Shepherds)
France Štiglic Bogo Ropotar, Ksenija Sinur, Miha Levstek, Andrej Čevka youth drama
1974
Pomladni veter
(Spring Wind)
Rajko Ranfl Mirjana Nikolić, Marinko Šebez romance
Strah
(Fear)
Matjaž Klopčič
1975
Čudoviti prah
(Wonderful Dust)
Milan Ljubić Ljubiša Samardžić, Silvo Božič war drama
Med strahom in dolžnostjo
(Between Fear and Duty)
Vojko Duletič Demeter Bitenc, Marjeta Gregorac, Angelca Hlebce war drama
Povest o dobrih ljudeh
(The Story of Good People)
France Štiglic Olga Kacjan, Bata Živojinović, Karel Pogorelec, Elvira Kralj drama
1976
Idealist Igor Pretnar Radko Polič, Milena Zupančič drama
Vdovstvo Karoline Žašler
(The Widowhood of Karolina Žašler)
Matjaž Klopčič Milena Zupančič, Zlatko Šugman, Polde Bibič dramaNominated for Golden Bear at the 27th Berlin International Film Festival. [10]
1977
Sreča na vrvici
(Hang on, Doggy)
Jane Kavčič Matjaž Gruden, Nino de Gleria, Vesna Jevnikar youth comedy
To so gadi
(Real Pests)
Jože Bevc Bert Sotlar, Dare Valič, Majda Potokar comedy
1978
Ko zorijo jagode
(Strawberry Time)
Rajko Ranfl Irena Kranjc, Roman Goršič, Metod Pevec youth romance
Praznovanje pomladi
(Spring Celebration)
France Štiglic Zvone Agrež, Zvezdana Mlakar, Radko Polič historical drama
1979
Draga moja Iza
(My Dear Iza)
Vojko Duletič Zvone Hribar, Judita Zidar drama
Iskanja
(Temptations)
Matjaž Klopčič Boris Cavazza, Boris Juh drama
Krč
(Spasm)
Božo Šprajc Ivo Ban
Ubij me nežno
(Kill Me Tenderly)
Boštjan Hladnik Duša Počkaj, Janez Starina, Miranda Caharija, Igor Samobor, Marina Urbanc drama

1980s

TitleDirectorPrincipal castGenreNotes
1980
Nasvidenje v naslednji vojni
(See You in the Next War)
Živojin Pavlović Metod Pevec, Hans Christian Blech war drama
Prestop
(Transgression)
Matija Milčinski Mirko Bogataj drama
Splav meduze
(The Raft of Medusa)
Karpo Godina Olga Kacjan, Vladislava Milosavljević, Boris Komnenić drama
1981
Boj na požiralniku
(Battle at Požiralnik)
Janez Drozg drama
Krizno obdobje
(The Time of Crisis)
Franci Slak Ana Avbar, Roberto Batelli, Peter Božič, Tanja Premk, Joži Prepeluh, Dušanka Ristič drama
1982
Deseti brat
(The Tenth Brother)
Vojko Duletič Matjaž Višnar, Jana Habjan, Radko Polič historical drama
Pustota
(Wasteland)
Jože Gale historical drama
Razseljena oseba
(Displaced Person)
Marjan Ciglič Matjaž Višnar, Ivo Ban drama
Rdeči boogie ali Kaj ti je deklica
(Red Boogie)
Karpo Godina Boris Cavazza, Ivo Ban, Jožef Ropoša drama
Učna leta izumitelja Polža
(Apprenticeship of the Inventor Polž)
Jane Kavčič Miha Petrovčič, Tanja Vrenk, Bogdan Zupan comedy
1983
Dih
(A Breath of Air)
Božo Šprajc Draga Potočnjak, Ivo Ban, Faruk Begolli drama/thriller
Eva Franci Slak Miranda Caharija drama
1984
Dediščina
(Heritage)
Matjaž Klopčič Ivo Ban, Majda Potokar drama
Leta odločitve
(The Years of Decision)
Boštjan Vrhovec Boris Ostan, Boris Cavazza, Damjana Černe drama
Ljubezen
(Love)
Rajko Ranfl Rok Bogataj, Vesna Jevnikar, Bernarda Gašperčič war drama
Veselo gostivanje
(The Merry Wedding)
France Štiglic Danilo Benedičič, Polde Bibič, Zvezdana Mlakar, Lojze Rozman, Igor Samobor, Bert Sotlar romance
1985
Butnskala
(Bumpstone)
Franci Slak Emil Filipčič, Marko Derganc, Janez Hočevar comedy
Christophoros Andrej Mlakar Milena Zupančič, Radko Polič, Boris Juh
Doktor
(Doctor)
Vojko Duletič Slavko Cerjak historical drama
Naš človek
(Our Man)
Jože Pogačnik Boris Juh drama
Ovni in mamuti
(Rams and Mammoths)
Filip Robar Dorin Božidar Bunjevac, Marko Derganc, Blaž Ogorevc, Slavko Štimac, Zlatko Zajc dramaGrand prize at the International Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg [11]
1986
Čas brez pravljic
(Times Devoid of Fairy Tales)
Boštjan Hladnik Bernarda Gašperčič, Boris Kerč, Damjan Koren, Boštjan Omerza, Ana Pretnar
Heretik
(Heretic)
Andrej Stojan
Kormoran
(A Cormoran)
Anton Tomašič Boris Cavazza drama
Poletje v školjki
(A Summer in a Sea-Shell)
Tugo Štiglic David Sluga, Boris Kralj youthGolden Griffon at the Giffoni Film Festival, [12] followed by the sequel Poletje v školjki 2
1987
Čisto pravi gusar
(A Real Pirate)
Marcel Buh Janez Albreht, Ivo Ban, Rok Bogataj youth adventure
Hudodelci
(The Felons)
Franci Slak Mario Šelih, Anja Rupel, Bata Živojinović, Rade Šerbedžija, Elizabeth Spender dramaEntered into the 38th Berlin International Film Festival
Ljubezen nam je vsem v pogubo
(Love is the Ruin of Us All)
Jože Gale Jožica Avbelj, Marija Benko, Boris Cavazza, Silva Čušin, Slavka Glavina, Silvij Kobal Also recreated as a TV miniseries with the same title
Ljubezni Blanke Kolak
(Blanka Kolak's Love)
Boris Jurjaševič Mira Furlan, Mustafa Nadarević, Peter Boštjančič drama
Moj ata, socialistični kulak
(My Dad, the Socialist Kulak)
Matjaž Klopčič Ivo Ban, Polde Bibič, Ivan Godnič, Urška Hlebec, Matjaž Partlič, Anton Petje, Milena Zupančič tragicomedy
Živela svoboda
(Long Live Freedom)
Rajko Ranfl Boris Juh drama
1988
Maja in vesoljček
(Maja and the Starboy)
Jane Kavčič Dario Ajdovec, Ana Papež youth sci-fi
Odpadnik
(The Maverick)
Božo Šprajc Ivo Ban drama
Poletje v školjki 2
(A Summer in a Sea-Shell)
Tugo Štiglic David Sluga, Kaja Štiglic youthSequel to Poletje v školjki
Remington Damjan Kozole Mario Šelih, Lara Bohinc, Rasim Softić drama
1989
Coprnica Zofka
(Sophie the Witch)
Matija Milčinski voices by Ljerka Belak, Janez Bončina Benč, Janez Hočevar, Vlado Kreslin, Svetlana Makarovič, Ivanka Mežan, Alenka Vidrih, Nada Žgur live-action puppet film
Kavarna Astoria
(Cafe Astoria)
Jože Pogačnik Janez Hočevar, Lidija Kozlovič, Branko Šturbej drama
Nekdo drug
(Someone Else)
Boštjan Vrhovec Marko Mlačnik, Barbara Lapajne, Gojmir Lešnjak drama
Veter v mreži
(The Windhunter)
Filip Robar Dorin Milan Štefe drama

1990s

TitleDirectorPrincipal castGenreNotes
1990
Decembrski dež
(December Rain)
Božo Šprajc Ljerka Belak, Danilo Benedičič, Demeter Bitenc romance/drama
Do konca in naprej
(To the Limit and Beyond)
Jure Pervanje Matjaž Tribušon, Janez Hočevar crime/comedy
Ječarji
(The Jailers)
Marjan Ciglič Jože Babič, Ivo Ban, Danilo Benedičič fantastic fiction
Umetni raj
(Artificial paradise)
Karpo Godina Jurgen Morche, Vlado Novak, Dragana Mrkić drama
1991
Babica gre na jug
(Grandma Goes South)
Vinci Vogue Anžlovar Majolka Šuklje, Bojan Emeršič, Nataša Matjašec dramaThe first feature film in independent Slovenia [13]
Operacija Cartier
(Operation Cartier)
Miran Zupanič Faruk Begolli, Haris Burina, Urška Hlebec, Srečo Špik, Borut Veselko, Judita Zidar black comedy
1992
1993
Kdo bo koga Igor Šmid Majda Potokar, Danilo Benedičič, Maja Končar, Roman Končar, Iztok Mlakar, Jernej Šugman, Janja Majzelj, Branko Šturbej, Mirjam Korbar, Meta Vranič comedy
Ko zaprem oči
(When I Close My Eyes)
Franci Slak Petra Govc, Mario Šelih crime/romance/thrillerSlovenian submission to the 66th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
Morana Aleš Verbič horror/mystery/thrillerSlovenian submission to the 67th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
1994
Halgato Andrej Mlakar Jože Kramberger, Vlado Kreslin, Mirjam Korbar drama
Morana Aleš Verbič
1995
Carmen Metod Pevec Nataša Barbara Gračner, Sebastijan Cavazza drama
Ekspres, ekspres
(Express, Express)
Igor Šterk Gregor Baković, Barbara Cerar, Gregor Čušin, Marko Mandič, Peter Musevski, Andrej Rozman - Roza, Lojze Rozman, Tomaž Gubenšek drama
1996
Felix Božo Šprajc Feliks Žnidarčič, Milena Zupančič war dramaSlovenian submission to the 69th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
1997
Outsider Andrej Košak Davor Janjić, Nina Ivanič dramaSlovenian submission to the 70th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
1998
Socializacija bika?
(Socializing The Bull?)
Zvonko Čoh, Milan Erih comedy/animatedThe first animated feature film in Slovenia [14]
1999
Blues za Saro
(Blues For Sarah)
Boris Jurjaševič Bojan Emeršič, Nataša Barbara Gračner, Metka Trdin, Ljubiša Samardžić detective/comedy
V leru
(Idle Running)
Janez Burger Matjaž Javšnik comedy

2000s

TitleDirectorPrincipal castGenreNotes
2000
Jebiga
(Fuck It)
Miha Hočevar comedy
Nepopisan list
(What Now, Luka?)
Jane Kavčič Jan Grilanc, Iva Štefančič, Tanja Ribič youth
Porno Film Damjan Kozole Matjaž Latin, Primož Petkovšek drama
V petek zvečer
(Friday Night)
Danijel Sraka Primož Rokavc, Katarina Čas, Primož Preksavec, Tina Cvek, Tadej Čapeljnik, Manja Plešnar, Jernej Kuntner comedy
2001
Barabe! Miran Zupanič
Kruh in mleko
(Bread and Milk)
Jan Cvitkovič Peter Musevski, Sonja Savić, Tadej Troha dramaSlovenian submission to the 74th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film; Golden Lion of the Future award at the 58th Venice International Film Festival. [15]
Poker Vinci Vogue Anžlovar Borut Veselko, Urša Božič, Roberto Magnifico, Pavle Ravnohrib drama
Sladke sanje
(Sweet Dreams)
Sašo Podgoršek Janko Mandič drama FIPRESCI award at the 2002 Festroia International Film Festival [16]
2002
Amir Miha Čelar Uroš Fürst, Marko Miladinovič drama
Zvenenje v glavi
(Headnoise)
Andrej Košak Jernej Šugman dramaSlovenian submission to the 75th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
Ljubljana
(Ljubljana)
Igor Šterk Grega Zorc, Tjaša Železnik, Jaka Ivanc drama
Pozabljeni zaklad Tugo Štiglic
Šelestenje
(Rustling Landscapes)
Janez Lapajne Barbara Cerar, Rok Vihar, Grega Zorc, Maša Derganc, Mateja Koležnik drama
Varuh meje
(Guardian of the Frontier)
Maja Weiss Iva Krajnc, Tanja Potočnik, Pia Zemljič, Jonas Žnidaršič drama
Zgodba gospoda P. F.
(The Story of Mr. P. F.)
Karpo Godina documentary
2003
Kajmak in marmelada
(Cheese and Jam)
Branko Đurić Branko Đurić, Tanja Ribič, Dragan Bjelogrlić comedy
Na planincah
Miha Hočevar Filip Đurić, Saša Tabaković comedy
Pesnikov portret z dvojnikom Franci Slak Pavle Ravnohrib costume drama
Pod njenim oknom
(Beneath Her Window)
Metod Pevec Slovenian submission to the 77th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
Rezervni deli
(Spare Parts)
Damjan Kozole Aljoša Kovačič dramaSlovenian submission to the 76th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
2004
Delo osvobaja
(Labour Equals Freedom)
Damjan Kozole Peter Musevski, Nataša Barbara Gračner drama
Dergi in Roza: V kraljestvu svizca
(Alpenpolka)
Boris Jurjaševič Marko Derganc, Andrej Rozman - Roza, Bojan Emeršič, Jernej Šugman comedy
Ruševine
(The Ruins)
Janez Burger Nataša Matjašec, Matjaž Tribušon dramaSlovenian submission to the 78th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
Tu pa tam
(Here and There)
Mitja Okorn Klemen Bučan, Miki Bubulj, Toni Cahunek, Adnan Omerović youth/crime/comedy
2005
Ljubljana je ljubljena Matjaž Klopčič Nataša Barbara Gračner Dedicated to the hundredth anniversary of Slovenian film, the sixtieth anniversary of Ljubljana's freedom and to Rudi Šeligo
Uglaševanje
(Tuning)
Igor Šterk Peter Musevski, Nataša Burger dramaGrand prize at the International Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg [17]
Odgrobadogroba
(Gravehopping)
Jan Cvitkovič Mojca Fatur Slovenian submission to the 79th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
2006
Estrellita - Pesem za domov Metod Pevec Silva Čušin, Tadej Troha drama
Kratki stiki
(Short Circuits)
Janez Lapajne Tjaša Železnik, Grega Zorc, Jernej Šugman, Sebastijan Cavazza, Boris Cavazza, Mojca Funkl, Vito Taufer, Maša Derganc, Primož Ekart, Uroš Smolej, Matija Vastl, Igor Dragar, Tim Dekleva dramaSlovenian submission to the 80th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
Noč
(Let Me Sleep)
Miha Knific Naida Raimova, Henrik Walgeborg, Christina Luoma drama
Tea
(Teah)
Hanna Slak Nikolaj Burger, Pina Bitenc fantastic fiction
2007
Otroci s Petrička Miran Zupanič documentary
Petelinji zajtrk
(Rooster's breakfast)
Marko Naberšnik Primož Bezjak, Vlado Novak, Pia Zemljič Slovenian submission to the 81st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
Instalacija ljubezni
(
Installation of love)
Maja Weiss Bernarda Oman, Igor Samobor, Desa Muck, Andrej Rozman - Roza
2008
Dar Fur - Vojna za vodo
(Dar Fur - War for Water)
Tomo Križnar, Maja Weiss documentary
Lajf Vito Taufer Tjaša Železnik drama
Morje v času mrka
(The Sea at the Time of the Eclipse)
Jure Pervanje Boris Cavazza drama
Pokrajina Št. 2
(Landscape No. 2)
Vinko Möderndorfer Marko Mandić, Janez Hočevar, Slobodan Ćustić Slovenian submission to the 82nd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
Za vedno
(Forever)
Damjan Kozole Marjuta Slamič, Dejan Spasić drama
2009
9:06 Igor Šterk Igor Samobor, Silva Čušin thrillerSlovenian submission to the 83rd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
Distorzija
(Distortion)
Miha Hočevar Žan Perko, Nataša Tič Ralijan, Robert Prebil, Jure Dolamič, Jani Vrhovnik, Domen Verovšek, Anita Barišič, Katja Škofic youth drama
Osebna prtljaga
(Personal Baggage)
Janez Lapajne Klemen Slakonja, Nataša Barbara Gračner, Branko Završan, Boris Cavazza, Nina Rakovec drama
Slovenka
(Slovenian Girl)
Damjan Kozole Nina Ivanišin drama

2010s

TitleDirectorPrincipal castGenreNotes
2010
Circus Fantasticus
(Silent Sonata)
Janez Burger Leon Lučev, Ravil Sultanov, Pauliina Räsänen war drama
Gremo mi po svoje
(Let's go our own way)
Miha Hočevar Jurij Zrnec, Tadej Koren Šmid, Jure Kreft, Matevz Štular, Jana Zupančič, Luka Cimprič, Uroš Kavrin youth adventure
Oča
(Dad)
Vlado Škafar Milivoj Roš, Sandi Šalamon drama
Piran - Pirano Goran Vojnović Mustafa Nadarević, Boris Cavazza, Nina Ivanišin drama
Stanje šoka
(The State of Shock)
Andrej Košak drama
2011
Arheo
(Archeo)
Jan Cvitkovič Niko Novak, Medea Novak, Tommaso Finzi drama
Izlet
(A Trip)
Nejc Gazvoda Nina Rakovec, Jure Henigman, Luka Cimprič drama
Lahko noč, gospodična
(Good Night, Missy)
Metod Pevec Polona Juh, Jernej Šugman drama
2012
My Name Is Janez Janša Janez Janša Janez Janša, Janez Janša, Janez Janša art/documentary
2013
Gremo mi po svoje 2
(Let's go our own way 2)
Miha Hočevar Jurij Zrnec, Tadej Toš, Tadej Koren Šmid, Jure Kreft, Matevz Štular, Jana Zupančič, Luka Cimprič, Sabina Kogovšek, Uroš Kavrin,youth adventure
2015
Idila Tomaž Gorkič Nina Ivanisin, Sebastian Cavazza horror film
2016
Houston, We Have a Problem! Ziga Virc mockumentary
2018
Consequences (Posledice) Darko Štante Matej Zemljič, Timon Šturbej, Gašper Markun Drama

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