The laughs are too cartoonish for wide-range appeal in Matteo Oleotto's broadly played comedy set in Italy's Friuli region.
The Venice Film Festival's independently run Critics' Week has awarded its prize to "Zoran, My Nephew the Idiot" a sophisticated comedy by first-time Italo helmer Matteo Oleotto. Two-hander set in…
Rok Bicek's compelling debut explores the tensions between a group of teens and their demanding new teacher.
Although Slovenian feature production has dwindled due to government cutbacks, helmer Damjan Kozole, has kept busy with documentaries since his 2009 drama "Slovenian Girl."
Like a Polish version of "Love Actually," "Letters to Santa" is a heartwarming, comedy, with a few tears in the middle, about multiple characters finding love on Christmas Eve in a snowy Warsaw that…
PRAGUE -- Slovenia has chosen Janez Burger's "Silent Sonata" (aka "Circus Fantasticus"), which took top honors at the country's national film fest, as its submission for the foreign-lingo Oscar.
Three best pals from high school remember the past and confront fears of the future in modest but compelling Slovenian youth drama "A Trip."
HBO Central Europe subscribers in the Balkans can now access movies and television series over their broadband Internet connection after the cable company launched HBO GO, an Internet streaming…
An amoral coed gets more than she bargains for when she tries prostitution as a shortcut to the good life.
MGM Networks has launched a locally versioned MGM Channel in Slovenia, the last country in Central and Eastern Europe without the web.
Marko Nabersnik's "Rooster's Breakfast," centering on forbidden love in a sleepy town, is Slovenia's entry for foreign-language film in the Academy Awards.