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My World Is Upside Down Moj narobe svet

Petra Seliškar / Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia / 2016 / 74 min / Slovene

The music documentary blends footage from the vast personal archive of the legendary Slovenian artist Frane Milčinski Ježek and live performances of the world's leading musicians who covered his songs in their own, unique interpretations.

The music documentary blends footage from the vast personal archive of the legendary Slovenian artist Frane Milčinski Ježek and live performances of the world's leading musicians who covered his songs in their own, unique interpretations.

Our world is still upside down; join us on this exciting journey across musical landscapes, ranging from a solo classical guitar to sixty-member orchestra. The unique interpretations of Ježek’s songs create a sense of unconventional beauty, free from predictable patterns. Inhale the sweet scent of the music and enter our theatre, showcase or street performance featuring Frane Milčinski Ježek.

"Ježek has always occupied a special place in my heart. I am pleased that we succeeded in making this film. Within the lengthy period of production I gained a profound insight into his work and his ideas that remain of continued relevance. His simplicity is translatable into any language, and his time is here and now. This is a tribute to a great artist I’ve wanted to make together with the world’s finest musicians." (Petra Seliškar)

Petra Seliškar
Born in 1978 in Ljubljana, Petra’s first childhood passion was the theatre. After finishing high school, she went to the Netherlands to study directing at the Academy of Film and Television. She later pursued undergraduate studies in directing and postgraduate studies in production at the Northern Media School in Sheffield, England. In 2003 she founded the Petra Pan Film Production, which primarily produces and distributes documentary films.

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