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Images of daily life in Slovenia's past
Script and text Gorazd Makarovič PhD; illustrations and animations Irena Romih; directed and edited by Amir Muratović; camera Bojan Kastelic, Nadja Valentinčič Furlan, Robert Doplihar; film trick Rasto Novakovič; music composed and performed by Tomaž Rauch; editorial committee Andrej Dular M.A., Bojana Rogelj Škafar, Inja Smerdel M.A., Nadja Valentinčič Furlan, Janja Žagar M.A., Nena Židov PhD, production of Slovene Ethnographic Museum, DVD, 13 min
The introductory film to the Slovene Ethnographic Museum's permanent exhibition offers a brief insight into important aspects of daily life of our ancestors. It covers the migration of the Slavs onto the territory of the current Slovenia, their dwellings and farming methods, the appearance of castles and towns, peasant revolts, the formation of Slovene language. There are few archeological finds, frescoes or books bearing witness to this time, so the film also makes use of animations and reconstructions of farming and handicraft tasks.