This summer, we invite you to movie nights under the Liznjek Linden once a month. But don’t expect Hollywood blockbusters – the programme is made up of carefully selected (documentary) films that won’t leave you indifferent. The selection of films has been prepared in cooperation with the SAGAR collective and local director Miho Mohorič. Programme: 17 JUNE 2022 AT 21:00 ROTTING 2022 | ROTTING 2022* Written and directed by Bojana Pivk Križnar and Tomo Križnar | Co-directed by Miha Mohorič Slovenia | documentary | 2022 | 56′ This is not only a film about the bacteria that cause the rotting of the most innocent natives, but also a film about the viruses that are more dangerous to us in our zones of comfort and apparent safety than Covid 19. These are the viruses of hubris, laxity and indifference. A discussion with the filmmakers will follow the film. 15 JULY 2022 AT 21:00 FORGIVENESS | RECONCILIATION* Written and directed by Marija Zidar Slovenia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro | documentary | 2021 | 82′ Set in contemporary Albania, Marija Zidar’s debut feature film is an insightful and poignant portrait of a patriarchal society caught between a half-forgotten past and an uncertain present. A discussion with the director will follow the screening. The evening was organised in collaboration with the DOKUDOC Documentary Film Festival. * F i l m a n i s t a n i s t a n c e w i t h t h e i m p o r t a n t a n d m a y h o u s e o f t h r o u g h t r o c k s . 12 AUGUST 2022 AT 7 P.M. THE WANDERING OF THE PAPER DRAGON miscellaneous | 2021 | 34 min | no dialogue | 4+ A message-driven and visually diverse programme of animated shorts from the Animateka Animation Festival. Stop and go animation workshop for children before the screening. 2 SEPTEMBER 2022 AT 20:00 SAVA Directed by Matthew Somerville UK | 2021 | documentary | 71′ The power of Sava is celebrated in the poetic voice of the narrator by (recently deceased) co-screenwriter Mira Furlan, while the director talks to the local residents along the way. “We live in a world that reinforces the forces of hatred, fear and warmongering. In such a world, a project like Sava is a ray of hope. As a citizen of the former Yugoslavia, a country destroyed by a murderous policy, I see this project as part of a much-needed healing process for the region and beyond.” (Mira Furlan) The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers, who are starting a tour of screenings of the film along the Sava River in Kranjska Gora.