At KRAFFT, Screen Actors Guild of Slovenia (SAGS) presents Guild awards as well as LOK awards by the Dance Workers Section of the Guild. The Guild awards and recognition awards will be presented for the second time this year.
The Guild awards are the following: the Ita Rina life achievement award, the Close-Up award for best acting (for the last two years), the Cartoon Voice award for best audiovisual dubbing (for the last two years) and the Reverse Shot award for honorary film workers who have contributed to actors’ excellency in audiovisual productions with their work.
Ita Rina life achievement award is named after the first and biggest Slovene film star. Ita Rina, born as Ida Kravanja in 1907 in Divača, became part of the global movie celebrity constellation after she had starred in Gustav Machatý’s Erotikon in 1929.
With its awards directed at film, television and other audiovisual work, Screen Actors Guild hopes to contribute to growth and development of its members and to both domestic and international recognition of their audiovisual work.
The Dance Workers Section gives out a biennial honorary LOK award for an outstanding dance opus of distinguished poetics and dance mastery, the LOK award for an outstanding dance creation and the LOK recognition award for an innovative and perspective dance creation in the audiovisual sphere.
LOK dance awards are named after the dance suite Lok (Eng. Bow), the iconic duet of the choreographers Pia and Pino Mlakar.
With LOK awards, the Dance Workers Section seeks to achieve better recognition of the Slovene dance film, and to encourage young dance creators to pursue and develop the genre, building upon the outstanding creations of Slovene dance art in audiovisual works.
Silva Čušin, Ita Rina life achievement award
Photo: Peter Uhan / SNT Drama Ljubljana
Barbra Drnač, Golden LOK Grand Prix for outstanding contribution, enrichment and development of the art of dance in the film and audiovisual work
Photo: Marija K. Orašanin
Liza Marijina, Close-Up award for best acting for the role of Eva in the film Bitch, a Derogatory Term for a Woman
Photo: Jernej Jelen
Sandi Pavlin, Close-Up award for best acting goes to Sandi Pavlin for the role of Bruno in the film San Remo
Photo: Goran Antley
Lena Hribar Škrlec, Cartoon Voice award for best audiovisual dubbing for the interpretation of Icklewoo in the animated series School of Roars, of Angelina in Bella and Sebastian, of Sybill in Sybill and of Jeromes in two specials The Horn Quarte
Photo: Peter Giodani
Igor Godina, Reverse Shot award for honorary film workers
Photo: Primož Korošec
Short dance-movement film Malagueña by Jagoda and Jurij Batagelj, the LOK award
Photo: Nikola Janušić
Short dance-movement film Horizon by Michal Rynia and Nastja Bremec Rynia, the LOK award
Photo: scene from the short dance-movement movie Horizon
Short dance-movement film James Bond 007 – Skyfall, the LOK recognition award
Photo: Tomaž Pišlar
Short dance-movement film The Greatest Showman – This is me, the LOK recognition award
Photo: Tomaž Kos