The Box Office is open from 15:00 till 21:00 (closed for today).

6 December at 17:00

Crimes of the Future Crimes of the Future

Early Bird: Festival at Five

After a hiatus of more than two decades, David Cronenberg returns to the sci-fi genre with another thought-provoking and provocative film.

6 December at 19:30

Happening L'événement

European Cinema Night – free admission. Followed by a Q&A session with the writer Brina Svit-Mérat. Tickets available from 29 November at the box-office.

From 8 December

Both Sides of the Blade Avec amour et acharnement

A drama about the rollercoaster of emotions and the devastating consequences of the violent passion aroused in a middle-aged woman by a chance encounter with her ex-lover.

From 10 December


Opening film of the 38 LGBT Festival. Followed by Q&A with the film crew.

An archival-documentary account of Slovenia’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender movement, as well as the associated organisations that influenced the wider social arena of ex-Yugoslavia.

11 December at 19:00

The Duke The Duke

Rain-Check Screenings

A wonderfully uplifting tale about a 60-year-old taxi driver who stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery. Based on the remarkable true story of one man’s attempt to make a better world.

11 Decemmber at 11:00

She Said She Said

A testament to the power of investigative journalism, this thrilling drama details the New York Times journalists’ investigation that uncovered decades of sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood, ultimately helping to ignite the #MeToo movement.

13 December at 17:00

Decision to Leave Heojil kyolshim

Early Bird: Festival at Five

The latest offering from Park Chan-wook, one of South Korea’s most prominent filmmakers, pays a tribute to the legacy of film noir. Best Director Award at Cannes 2022.

14 December

The Duke The Duke

Rendez-vous with Coffee and Talk

The morning screening will be followed by a talk (in Slovenian language) with Lenart J. Kučić. Tickets will be on sale from 5 December.

From 14 December

Corsage Corsage

A new look at the life of the beloved Empress Elisabeth of Austria. At 75th Cannes, actress Vicky Krieps won the Un Certain Regard Best Performance Prize for her portrayal of the idolized Empress Sissi.

From 17 December

The Black Pharaoh, the Savage and the Princess Le Pharaon, le Sauvage et la Princesse


Michel Ocelot, the French animation master, unveils three new tales in this film mixing animation techniques, ages and continents.

18 December at 19:00

The Good Boss El buen patrón

Rain-Check Screenings

A biting yet wickedly funny factory satire with Javier Bardem in the lead.

20 December at 17:00

Close Close

Early Bird: Festival at Five

A heart-rending coming-of-age film. With his second feature, Belgian director Lukas Dhont has once again demonstrated his remarkable talent for working with non-professional actors. Grand Prix at Cannes 2022.

From 22 December

The Eight Mountains Le otto montagne

Felix van Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch’s adaptation of Paolo Cognetti’s novel tracks two boys’ deepening bond as men apart from society and at one with nature.

25 December at 19:00

Broker Broker

Rain-Check Screenings

A warm, poignant road movie about five people who set off on an unusual journey after being accidentally brought together by an abandoned baby. The first Korean-language film directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda (Shoplifters) bagged Song Kang-ho, famed for starring in Parasite, the Best Actor award at Cannes.

31 December at 21:00

Living Living

New Year’s Eve Screening: tickets (film + glass of prosecco = 6,50 €) on sale from 25 November.

After receiving a terminal diagnosis, a buttoned-up civil servant makes a brief attempt at living. A poignant British remake of Akira Kurosawa’s 1953 film Ikiru scripted by Nobel laureate Kazuo Ishiguro.

1 January at 19:00

In the Mood for Love Fa yeung nin wah

Rain-Check Screenings

Wong Kar Wai’s film about the mysteries of love and the fleetingness of life is not only one of the most romantic works in the history of cinema, but often finds itself on the lists of all-time best films. Best Actor Award in Cannes.

3 January at 17:00

Our Home Utama

Early Bird: Festival at Five

A festival favourite, Utama is a visually arresting, vividly coloured story about an elderly couple’s struggle to remain alive in the drought-ravaged Bolivian highlands.

From 7 January

Captain Nova Captain Nova


In 2050, Earth has become a dry and desolate place. Fighter pilot Nova is forced to travel back in time to prevent a devastating environmental disaster. The thrilling sci-fi adventure highlights the importance of being respectful towards others.

From 7 to 28 January

Animanimals 2 Animanimals 2

First timers

Lovely and lively animals for the youngest audience. No dialogues.

10 January at 17:00

Metronom Metronom

Early Bird: Festival at Five

A teen romance and a drama about coming of age in communist Romania. 17-year-old Ana and her boyfriend spend their last days together before he emigrates from the country.

15 January at 19:00

Moonage Daydream Moonage Daydream

Rain-Check Screenings

This striking, genre-defying audio-visual experience takes us on a kaleidoscopic journey through the life and work of David Bowie, one of the most prolific, influential, and enigmatic artists of our era. Featuring a wealth of previously unseen footage, the film premiered at the 2022 Cannes festival.

17 January at 17:00

The Beasts As bestas

Early Bird: Festival at Five

Spanish director Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s modern-day western is set in a small village in Galicia and based on real-life events.

24 January at 17:00

Rimini Rimini

Early Bird: Festival at Five

An insightful portrait of an elderly Austrian singer scraping a living in a desolate coastal resort, the film bears Siedel’s signature stamp and conveys a sense of nostalgia for the heyday of pop songs.

From 25 January

Alcarràs Alcarràs

A tribute to fading traditions, Alcarràs tells a heartfelt story about a family of peach growers whose livelihood is threatened by the new socio-economic realities. Berlinale 2022 Golden Bear for Best Film.

From 28 January

Titina Titina


Titina was a real dog who led an extra ordinary life, taking her from a harsh existence in Rome’s back alleys to a lofty view over the North Pole. Inspired by true events, the film works on different levels to make it enjoyable for both children and adults.

5 February at 19:00

L'immensità L'immensità

Rain-Check Screenings

A family drama based on the director’s personal experience transitioning, Emanuele Crialese’s film focuses on the troubled relationship between a powerful female character and her family.