Tartini's Key

by Vinci Vogue Anžlovar

Tartinijev ključ, fiction
Upcoming Q4 2024

Set in the picturesque coastal town of Piran, three children from distinct backgrounds cross paths. MARIO, a local girl, lives with her grandmother. ROBERT, hailing from a modest family, is at summer camp while BARBARA, from an affluent background, is on holiday with her father and his partner. She is also the unintended recipient of a misdirected SMS. This message sets off a domino effect, leading them through a series of puzzles and adventures tied to medieval Piran's mysteries. As they outwit caricatured bandits, GRANDEMARE and JOFA, their friendship bond strengthens and love sparks between Barbara and Robert. The culmination of their journey reveals the "treasure": a collection of letters exchanged between famed violinist Tartini and the iconic violin maker, Stradivarius.

based on the book by
Roman Kukovič
Vinci Vogue Anžlovar
Vinci Vogue Anžlovar
Zoran Dževerdanović
director of photography
Mirko Pivčević
music composer
Milko Lazar
film editor
Vinci Vogue Anžlovar
costume designer
Barbara Drmota
key make-up artist
Anita Ferčak
Svit Šturbej, Ella Lapajne, Maks Kerševan, Jurij Drevenšek, Zala Đurić, Goran Navojec, Primož Pirnat, Tanja Ribič, Janez Škof, Nenad Tokalić, Filip Vidušin
Blade Production
RTV Slovenija
in collaboration with
Film Studio Viba Film
Slovenian Film Centre
Vinci Vogue Anžlovar

Vinci Vogue Anžlovar (1963) is a multifaceted creative artist who writes music and scripts as well as directs films and TV series. His first artistic endeavours consisted of putting together several bands. He studied film direction at the AGRFT, University in Ljubljana. One of his screenplays won the international competition held by a Japan company Lakuna while he was still a student. He used the money award to shoot one of the most successful Slovenian films of all time: Grandma Goes South (1991). Vinci’s filmography from 2010 includes three features: Grandpa Goes South (2022), Selfie Without a Retouch (2016, documentary), and Vampire from Gorjanci (2011).