The French Connection The French Connection
New Hollywood in Kinodvor
A pair of NYPD detectives in the Narcotics Bureau stumble onto a heroin smuggling ring based in Marseilles, but stopping them and capturing their leaders proves an elusive goal.
Lux Æterna Lux Æterna
The incorrigible provocateur Gaspar Noé (Irreversible, Enter the Void, Vortex) delivers an experimental, hypnotic essay about beliefs, the actor’s craft, and the art of filmmaking. Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg and Béatrice Dalle.
On Body and Soul Testről és lélekről
In this unconventional love story, two introverted people, both workers at a meat-processing plant, find out by chance that they share the same dream every night. Although puzzled and frightened at first, they begin to accept this strange coincidence and try to recreate what happens in their shared subconscious.
The Story of My Wife A feleségem története
Director Ildikó Enyedi (My 20th Century, On Body and Soul) tells a love story through the eyes of a man desperate to understand his wife, a mysterious French woman played by Léa Seydoux. A modern variation of the legend of the Flying Dutchman, a ghost ship doomed to eternally sail the seven seas.
Film Under the Stars 2022
Programme announced and ticket sales start on 30 June, also in Kinodvor.
Experience open-air cinema in the courtyard of Ljubljana Castle with a selection of the most resounding films of the past cinema season, plus premieres and avant premieres.
Presented in co-operation with the City of Ljubljana and Ljubljana Castle.
Incredible But True Incroyable mais vrai
“We’re afraid you’ll think we’re crazies if we tell the story.” A line that sets off this charmingly wacky and deeply amusing comedy from the French master of the absurd, Quentin Dupieux (Mandibles). The less you know about it, the better.
Last Night in Soho Last Night in Soho
Eloise is a fashion design student with a mysterious ability to enter the 1960s, where she meets an ambitious singer, Sandie. But swinging London is not all it appears to be, and the dream of the past turns into something much darker… A psychological thriller by Edgar Wright, the director of Baby Driver.
OSS 117: From Africa with Love OSS 117: Alerte rouge en Afrique noire
Avant Premiere on 20 July at Film Under the Stars!
After having found himself in a nest of spies in Cairo and having lost himself in Rio, Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, aka Special Agent 117, is on a red alert rescue mission in black Africa. This spy parody starring Jean Dujardin (with more than a dash of Sean Connery) closed last year’s Cannes film festival.
Not So Friendly Neighborhood Affair Deset u pola
When an influencer from Zagreb enters Enes’ Bosnian-style grill restaurant one morning and declares that they have come for »the best cevapcici in Sarajevo«, this triggers a complete disintegration of neighbourly, business and private relations across the Baščaršija area…
In a sleepy provincial town, Yana lives a quiet life in a Jehovah’s Witness community. But, when an extremist group burns down the church where her husband works as the community’s religious leader, Yana’s world begins to disintegrate… The Georgian filmmaker’s feature debut and winner of the Golden Shell for Best Film at the San Sebastián Film Festival.
From the flamboyant French filmmaker Quentin Dupieux comes a sunny, breezy and quirky comedy about two friends and a giant fly, or, in his own words, a strange mix between E.T. and Dumb & Dumber. The director’s latest feature, Incredible but True, is on at Kinodvor this summer.
Cumbia Around The World Cumbia que te vas de ronda
Festival Druga godba in Kinodvor
The documentary takes us on a vibrant musical tour through Latin America, Europe and Asia, to explore the history, present and future of a rhythm that inspires people across generations and social classes. Cumbia Around the World tells of memory and identity, rituals and the sun, Afro sounds and drumbeats. What is cumbia, and how come it spreads such joy?
Bergman Island Bergman Island
A married couple of filmmakers retreat to the Swedish island of Fårö, where Ingmar Bergman lived and worked. As they develop their screenplays, surrounded by the island’s wild landscape, the lines between reality and fiction start to blur…
The Good Boss El buen patrón
Avant Premiere on 28 July at Film Under the Stars!
Blanco, the charismatic owner of a family-run factory, is under pressure as he covets a local award for business excellence. Everything needs to be impeccable. But the veneer of the perfect company starts to crack as Blanco has to deal with a vengeful fired worker, a depressed supervisor, and an infatuated and ambitious intern. The Good Boss is a biting yet wickedly funny factory satire with Javier Bardem in the lead.
Shooting the Mafia Shooting the Mafia
Sicilian Letizia Battaglia began her long-time fight with the mob when she first dared to point her camera at a victim cruelly murdered. By documenting the barbaric rule of the cosa nostra, she became a relentless witness of their crimes. Her life was marked by defiance and passion.