• Student project

Libero

  • Short Documentary Film
  • 16’
  • 2006
  • Slovenia

The Carinthian Slovenes are one of the minorities in Austria. Their rights are recorded in the Article 7 of the 1955 Austrian State Treaty. Over decades the implementation of these rights has proved to be very difficult and the number of minority members has been dramatically diminishing form year to year. The main pillars for the maintenance of the Slovenian language are the cultural and choral s

The Carinthian Slovenes are one of the minorities in Austria. Their rights are recorded in the Article 7 of the 1955 Austrian State Treaty. Over decades the implementation of these rights has proved to be very difficult and the number of minority members has been dramatically diminishing form year to year. The main pillars for the maintenance of the Slovenian language are the cultural and choral societies in the villages of Southern Carinthia. A group of girls from the small village of Sele in the heart of the Karavanke mountains decided to use a special pastime to strengthen their community and to take Slovenian speech trough all of Carinthia, football.

Director Milena Olip
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Writing

screenwriter

Direction

director

Cinematography

director of photography

Editing

film editor
sound recordist
Student project type
unspecified
Production countries
Slovenia
Technical data
Duration and length
16 minutes
Colour
Colour
Screening formats
video Betacam

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