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Film Screening: Wild Slovenia


What: Screening of the documentary Wild Slovenia and a discussion with the filmmmakers

When and where: Monday, June 5, 2023 at 3:00 p.m., Great Lecture Hall (1st floor)

Length of the film: 80 min



The documentary WILD SLOVENIA visually presents the very diverse fauna and flora of Slovenia, focusing on mammals and birds, and shows some particularly interesting species of amphibians, fish, insects and plants. In the film, we venture among the highest Alpine peaks and into the remote Dinaric forests; we travel across the Pannonian plains, descend into the underground caves of the Karst world and dive into the Adriatic Sea. With each landscape we get to know its characteristic fauna and flora, captured by Matej Vranič in the lens of the camera. A very rich ecosystem diversity, rarely seen recordings, and scientifically verified information weaved into the intelligible text are key attributes of this film.

More information and the trailer of the film > HERE 


After the screening of the film, there will be a conversation with screenwriter Marjan Žiberna and biologist Al Vrezec.


The film will be shown in English, the conversation will be held in Slovenian.

Highlights from the filming:

Photo by: Matej Vranič


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