The Box Office is open from 15:00 till 20:30 (will open in 11:27).
From 27 October 2018.

Birds of the Lakes Return Ptice jezer, njihova vrnitev

Matej Vranič / Slovenia / 2018 / 54 min / Slovene / 6+

The film shows how industry nowadays can coexist with vibrant life.

directed by Matej Vranič, screenplay Matej Vranič, story writer Marjan Žiberna, cinematography Matej Vranič, camera Matej Vranič, Jernej Župevc, Andrej Voje, Denis Horvat, music Leon Firšt, storyteller Jure Longyka, producer Matej Vranič, asistant producer Karmen Skornšek, distribution in Slovenia FIVIA – Vojnik

Official website

The film will be screened in Slovenian version.

From the branch that leans over the water, the kingfisher suddenly dives in. A few moments later he is back on the branch – holding a fish looking much too big for his size.
The osprey, extremely rare guest in these parts, arouses curiosity but also fear among other birds. But it's only interested in fish. Soon a life of one of them ends in osprey’s talons.
The goshawk, eager to get some fresh food after a long winter, impetuously dives towards mallards swimming in the lake.
All of this is taking place just outside an industrial town on the land, where just two decades ago there was almost no life to be found.
BIRDS OF THE LAKES RETURN is an excellent display of how humans can rehabilitate and restore an area where a heavy industry polluted the water so severely that it was unsuitable to sustain any kind of life.

Extra material (in Slovene only)
All Guides / All Booklets

(in Slovene only)

Kinodvor. Newsletter.

Join our mailing list and receive details of upcoming films and events!

What's On

Kinobalon / Festival Bobri

Who You Think I Am Celle que vous croyez

Safy Nebbou

Thursday, 23. 01. 2020 / 17:15 / Main Hall

A story of love, longing, and loneliness in the era of social media. Juliette Binoche as a woman trapped between fantasy and reality.

Push Push

Fredrik Gertten

Thursday, 23. 01. 2020 / 18:30 / Small Hall

The film provides an insight into the mechanism of the global housing crisis and answers the questions of why you suddenly cannot afford to live in your own city anymore, who is taking the soul out of communities and what you can do to win your city back.