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4th Kinotrip Film Festival: Accompanying Events

4th Kinotrip Film Festival: Accompanying Events

Film Talks with Guests
This year, we will once again hold talks with our festival guests. Who we will talk to and when will be announced on Kinodvor’s website and Kinotrip’s Facebook and Instagram profiles.

Exhibition: Fanzine of Kinotrip’s Highlights
Santana Bojić, Klara Kracina and Izabela Klementina Tominšek, members of past Kinotrip film clubs, have eternalised the highlights of the festival’s first three editions in the form of a unique fanzine, which will be exhibited in Kinodvor’s Gallery during the festival.

Kinotrip Audience Award
Rate a film and compete for Kinodvor Club membership!
After the screening, cast your ballot with your rating of the film. The director of the winning film will receive the Kinotrip Audience Award. By voting, you too could win an award, for, at the final festival screening, we will draw three lucky winners, who will receive a one-year Kinodvor Club membership.

Some of the screenings will be followed by tasty film receptions!


The festival will also feature:

Kinotrip’s school journalist accreditations
Young journalists working for school radio stations and newspapers can apply for Kinotrip’s school accreditations and get a free pass to all festival films. High schools can apply for accreditations by Friday, 22 March, through the web application form published at www.kindovor.org/kinotrip.

Kinotrip’s photo & video coverage
The entire festival happening will be carefully recorded by a group of official young photo and video reporters. Luka Bitenc, Laura Čamernik, Nika Klander and Laura Osolnik from the Ljubljana High School for Media and Graphic Technology will capture all the interesting moments for you. Their mentors will be professors Miha Golob and Justina Gračner Botonjić. You can follow them on Kinotrip’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

Narokana at Kinotrip
This year’s festival happening will also be covered by Ana Šega and Rok Gumzej, presenters of Čist zares!, a youth programme at TV Slovenia, and vloggers. You can find them on all social networks under the name Narokana.


Workshop: Sharpening the Gaze at Kinotrip!
From Wednesday, 28 March, to Saturday, 30 March
During the three-day workshop on film criticism, we will watch select films and discuss them in a relaxed conversation after the screening. With the help of the mentor Dr. Maja Krajnc, we will brainstorm ideas for first drafts, which we will later rethink, rewrite and perfect according to constructive comments and guidelines. We will also invite festival guests to join us at our table in Kinodvor’s café, where we will make our base with our computers. The final products will be published on Kinotrip’s festival websites and the Sharpening the Gaze blog, while a selection of them will also appear in the KINO! magazine. All workshop participants will receive a free pass for the entire festival.

The price of the workshop is € 8 and the number of places is limited. Send your applications to ostrenje.pogleda@gmail.com. In cooperation with KINO! Society for Expanding Film Culture.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, 13. 03. 2019

4th Kinotrip International Film Festival

Kinodvor, 28–30 March 2019. Let Film Take You Away!

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What's On

Styx Styx

Wolfgang Fischer

Monday, 24. 06. 2019 / 17:00 / Main Hall

The Most Beautiful Country in the World Das schönste Land der Welt

Želimir Žilnik

Monday, 24. 06. 2019 / 19:00 / Main Hall

Master of docudrama Želimir Žilnik, in close collaboration with his performers, offers this wild and humorous story of a young refugee in Vienna who finds himself caught between newfound freedom and the traditions of his home country.

Carmine Street Guitars Carmine Street Guitars

Ron Mann

Monday, 24. 06. 2019 / 20:00 / Small Hall

The documentary shows five days in the life of the legendary shop of handmade guitars in Greenwich Village in order to grasp a rapidly disappearing way of life. World premiere at the Venice Film Festival.