Filip Robar Dorin

Filip Robar Dorin
Born (1940-09-08) 8 September 1940
Bor, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
(present-day Serbia)
Occupation Director, screenwriter, film editor
Years active 1972–present

Filip Robar Dorin (born 8 September 1940 in Bor) is a Slovenian film director, screenwriter, and film editor.

He studied comparative literature and philosophy at the University of Ljubljana's Faculty of Arts and later screenwriting, directing, cinematography, and film editing at the Columbia College Chicago, from which he graduated in 1969.[1]

Dorin has created some 30 short and medium-length documentary and feature films, as well as twelve full-length films and video portraits of prominent Slovenian poets, writers, musicians, and painters.[1] He has received several Slovenian and international film awards, including the Golden Arena for Best Director at the 1990 Pula Film Festival for his film The Windhunter (Slovenian: Veter v mreži).[2]


  1. 1 2 "Filip Robar Dorin Biography". Slovenian Film Fund. Retrieved 18 May 2010.
  2. "37. Pulski filmski festival 1990" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Retrieved 18 May 2010.

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