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Na svoji zemlji (On Our Own Land)

Na svoji zemlji (On Our Own Land)


Datum izida:9/27/2018 10:00:00 PM
Oblikovanje:Matjaž Učakar
Motiv:Na svoji zemlji (On Our Own Land)
Tisk:Agencija za komercijalnu djelatnost d.o.o., Zagreb, Hrvaška
Izvedba:4-colour offset in sheetlets of 10 stamps
Papir:Tullis Russell Chancellor Litho PVA RMS GUM, 102 g/m2
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Na svoji zemlji (On Our Own Land)

<p>On 21 November 1948 the first Slovene post-war feature-length film <em>On Our Own Land</em> (<em>Na svoji zemlji</em>) had its premiere at the Kino Union in Ljubljana. This was a fully professional production and, as critics enthusiastically noted at the time, an &quot;art&quot; film. This date stands as the symbolic date of the last act of the birth of Slovene professional filmmaking. The film is a &quot;partisan film&quot;, both by its genre and for the fact that it was made by former partisans. At a commemoration a decade ago, it was pointed out by some of the surviving members of the cast and crew that the film contains surprisingly little propaganda. According to actress Štefka Drolc, that is why the film &quot;looks better and better&quot;.&#160; Ageing well is a reliable sign of quality.&#160; The film's message is not defined by slogans blaming &quot;united reactionary forces&quot; for denying us Trieste, or by black-and-white portrayals of the anti-communist <em>domobranci</em> or home guard. Above all it radiates a stubbornly proud persistence, the message that we have existed and want to exist as Slovenes, &quot;in the heart of Europe&quot;, as the working title of the film put it. However, &quot;the Sloveneness of the film in the three-year-old Yugoslavia was not something that was taken for granted&quot; (Aleksander Valič).&#160; Even less so, though in a different sense, were Slovenia and Sloveneness something taken for granted by the recently liberated inhabitants of the Primorska region. The Bača Valley setting thus became a metaphor for a small, closely huddled, poor and sunless patch of native soil that despite this – or even because of this – is still deserving of our love.&#160; What enabled this miracle?&#160; Certainly not only the film's talented director France Štiglic, who was then just 28 years old. Only love is capable of real miracles&#58; the sense of connection that united all those involved in making the film, both those from Ljubljana and those from the Bača Valley.</p><p>&#160;</p><p>Technical details&#58; 35 mm, black and white, standard format</p><p>Length&#58; 2983 m, 106 minutes</p><p>Production&#58; Triglav Film</p><p>&#160;</p><p>Director&#58; France Štiglic</p><p>Director of photography&#58; Ivan Marinček</p><p>Camera operators&#58; Ivo Belec, Srečko Pavlovčič</p><p>Score composed by&#58; Marjan Kozina</p><p>Music performed by&#58; Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra</p><p>Production design&#58; Boris Kobe, Tone Mlakar</p><p>Costume designer&#58; Mija Jarc</p><p>Sound&#58; Rudi Omota</p><p>Editor&#58; Ivan Marinček</p><p>Make-up&#58; Mara Kralj</p><p>Assistant director&#58; Jože Gale</p><p>Photographer&#58; Erminio Del Fabbro</p><p>&#160;</p><p>Igor Koršič</p>