By: J.S., STA
The 24th Festival of Slovenian Film opened in the coastal town of Portorož with the screening of Inventura, a film by Darko Sink.
Until Sunday, a total of 54 films will compete for the festival’s awards. Inventura, which premiered at the San Sebastian film festival, is a story of a man whose illusions of the world come crumbling down. “The irony and force of this collapse can be compared to the present, when it is no longer clear what is true and what is ‘fake’,” Sink said about his first film.