Last Screening17:00 / Main Hall
Festival Opening Animateka 2022 Odprtje festivala Animateka 2022
Monday, 28. 11. 2022 / 20:30 / Main Hall
To mark the opening of Animateka, we are showing a set of films selected by the festival jury.
Drive My Car Doraibu mai ka
Sunday, 27. 11. 2022 / 19:00 / Main Hall
Two years after his wife’s unexpected death, Yusuke Kafuku, a renowned stage actor and director, receives an offer to direct a production of Uncle Vanya at a theatre festival in Hiroshima. There, he meets Misaki Watari, a taciturn young woman assigned by the festival to chauffeur him in his beloved red Saab 900… Inspired by a Haruki Murakami short and named after a Beatles song, Drive My Car won the Oscar for Best International Feature.
Best of the World I (2022) Svetovni jagodni izbor I (2022)
Tuesday, 29. 11. 2022 / 17:00 / Main Hall
A programme of the best animated shorts from around the world, programmed to give you a thorough insight into the latest developments and trends in auteur animation, including many award-winners from some of the leading international festivals.
Saturday, 31. 12. 2022 / 21:00 / Main Hall
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.
Kinodvor’s award-winning educational program for children and young people. It seeks to introduce the next generation of cinephiles to the magic of cinema. Kinobalon offers a variety of films tailored to suit children of all ages.
Kinodvor’s programme for schools is part of Kinodvor’s award-winning educational programme for young audiences. Every school year, it provides a variety of films, talks and workshops for around 20,000 children and young people at all levels of their educational path. Also available for foreign language programmes and classes.
The Duke The Duke
Sunday, 11. 12. 2022 / 19:00 / Main Hall
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.