Colours of Memory – programme of Slovenian short films
Various authors, Slovenia, France 75′

A programme of restored short film classics made between 1946 and 1971 by important Slovenian directors, juxtaposed with the short animated film Grandma’s Sex Life, which won the director Urška Djukić a Cesar and a European Film Award. It promises to be an unforgettable cinematic experience that will bring viewers closer to the wonderful meanders of the colourful history and modernity of Slovenian society and cinema.

Youth Builds
France Štiglic, Slovenia, 1946, 18′
Bizoviške perice
Jože Bevc, Slovenia, 1959, 9′
The Colour of Memory
Jože Babič, Giorgio Sestan, Slovenia, 1967, 13′
Slavica exception
Mako Sajko, Slovenia, 1971, 11′
Jože Bevc, Slovenia, 1963, 11′
Babičino seksualno život / Granny’s Sexual Life
Urška Djukić, Slovenia, Francia, 2021, 13′

Cinema Istria is produced by Otok, an institute for the development of culture and society, and the Koper Institute for Youth, Culture and Tourism. The Europe Direct Koper Information Point, which co-organises the Film Week Europe event, is a partner of the programme. It is supported by the co-sponsors Municipality of Koper, Municipality of Ankaran, Slovenian Film Centre, the European Commission’s Creative Europe MEDIA sub-programme and the Ministry of Public Administration. The media partner of the Cinema Istria programme is Radio Capris.