Martin Turk’s feature film A GOOD DAY FOR WORK is coming to cinemas, which will premiere in Ljubljana on November 6 at 8:30 p.m. in Kinodvor. The Slovenian part of the film crew will be present at the screening, namely screenwriter and director Martin Turk, editor Jurij Moškon, composer August Adrian Braatz, assistant director Petra Trampuž Bocevska and mixer Julij Zornik.
The social drama about a caring husband and father looking for a job was co-produced by Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey and Slovenia (Bela Film). The film, which, according to the author, is “a portrait of a man who is too good for this world”, remains on the regular schedule of Kinodvor in November, but will also tour other cinemas around Slovenia:
Domžale (November 7 and 11, 2019)
Izola (November 15-17, 2019)
Summit (November 17, 2019)
Velenje (November 18-23, 2019)
Slovenian Gradec (November 19 – 25, 2019)
Celje (November 28, 2019)
Črnomelj (November 29, 2019)
Trbovlje (date will be confirmed later)
The film premiered at the Sarajevo Film Festival, and had its international premiere at the prestigious international festival in Busan, South Korea. In September, he also presented himself in the competition program of minority co-productions at the Slovenian Film Festival, where he was awarded a prize for special achievements.
Turk’s Good Day for Work comes to distribution together with his short film SUNDAY MORNING, about two boys, a father and a dog, and their unexpected meeting in the forest, which marks them forever. It is a film about authority, disappointment and the birth of a rebel. The film was produced by Bela Film, in co-production with RTV, with the financial support of the Slovenian Film Center and the technical support of FS Viba Film.