Vertigo (SI) is a production company with a distinctive track record and extensive working experience on international co-productions and narrow budget films.
Vertigo produced more than 40 feature films, over 10 documentaries and 50 short films and several TV productions.
Vertigo's productions are award-wining films such as Otac / Father (2020, Berlinale Panorama: Audience Award and Ecumenical Prize) and Circles (2013, Sundance FF World Cinema Competition’s Jury Prize), both directed by Srdan Golubović, God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya (2019, Berlinale Competition: Ecumenical Award and Guild Prize) by Teona Mitevska, Half-Sister (2019, Karlovy Vary IFF Main Competition), Nightlife (2016, Karlovy Vary IFF’s Best Director Award), Slovenian Girl (2009, Toronto IFF) and Spare Parts (2003, Berlinale Competition), all three directed by Damjan Kozole, An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker (2013, 2 Berlinale Silver Bears) by Danis Tanović, Alexandrians (2011, Trieste Film Festival Best Documentary) by Metod Pevec and Bread and Milk (2001, Venice FF’s Lion of the Future Award) by Jan Cvitkovič.
Danijel Hočevar (1965) is producer and managing director of Vertigo, a Ljubljana (Slovenia)-based production company with a distinctive track record. Danijel has produced or co-produced around 45 feature films, 15 documentaries and 50 short films and TV productions. He's been selected among Variety’s Ten Producers To Watch in 2001. He's a voting member of European Film Academy and since 2011 the president of the Association of Slovenian Film Producers. He is involved as tutor or guest expert with several European training initiatives such as MIDPOINT (Head of Studies of MIDPOINT’s Feature Launch program since 2017), EAVE (Group Leader between 2009-13, Finance expert since 2014), Nipkow Program (jury member since 2005) and Maia Workshops (2015-2018). He's a member of the selection committee of When East Meets West co-production project market (Trieste, Italy) since 2012.