Ne joči Peter

Don't Cry, Peter

  • Fiction Film
  • 93’
adventure, war, youth
  • 1964
  • Yugoslavia (Slovenia)

A partisan story featuring children in the lead roles. Two partisan miners are entrusted with the task of honor to transfer safely three orphan children from a dangerous zone of fighting to the safe liberated territory. At the beginning the two miners feel humiliated, because they would like to engage in a more important action, but later they become big friends with the children, especially with Peter, the youngest one, who is the principal reason for all comic or tender scenes.

Director France Štiglic
Cast Lojze Rozman, Bert Sotlar, Majda Potokar
Awards 5 awards
Credits order

Writing

screenwriter
co-writer
co-writer
co-writer

Direction

director

Cinematography

director of photography

Music

music composer

Editing

film editor

Production design

production designer

Costume design

costume designer

Make-up

key make-up artist
assistant director
script supervisor/continuity
line producer
production manager
assistant production manager
set decorator
props master
assistant production designer
key sound technician
camera operator
assistant camera
assistant camera
best boy electric
wardrobe
assistant editor
music lead
conductor

production

laboratory
Kekec Award
best directing
1964
Golden Arena
best directing
1964
Golden Arena
best screenplay
1964
Golden Arena
best music/score
1964
Belgrade, Serbia
2019
Gala premiere/restored version
2019
Premiere
31.07.1964, Hrvaška, Pula Film Festival, Yugoslavia
Alternative title
Don't Cry, Peter (english)
Genres
adventure, war, youth
Production countries
Yugoslavia (Slovenia)
Languages
slovenian
Technical data
Aspect ratio
2,39:1 // 2,35:1
Duration and length
93 minutes / 2537 meters
Sound
mono
Negative format
film 35mm
Screening formats
film 35mm

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