Jurij Moškon

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Self-portrait of Jurij Moškon

Jurij Moškon (born 6 March 1973) is a Slovenian film editor and photographer.[1] He received the Vesna award,[2] the main Slovenian recognition in the field of film.[3]

Jurij Moškon was born in Novo Mesto to mother Branka, a folklorist,[4] and father Marjan,[4] the founder of the Novo Mesto Television,[5] the first local-regional television station in Slovenia.[6] He became active in video and film creation in 1991, when he was involved in the establishment of the Novo Mesto Television.[6] In 1997 and 1998, he studied in Prague, Czech Republic, at the 3F programme of the FAMU academy. In 1999, he published a book on film editing, titled Video Technology and Creativity (Videotehnika in ustvarjalnost). In 2001, he received a special recognition from the Municipality of Novo Mesto for his ten-year work. In 2002, he co-edited the film Headnoise (Zvenenje v glavi) by Andrej Košak, which among other prizes received the Best Cinematography Award at the Cologne Mediterranean Film Festival.[7] In 2004, he edited the film Work Liberates (Delo osvobaja) by Damjan Kozole.[6] In 2008, at the 11th Slovenian Film Festival, he received the Vesna award for the editing of the film Forever (Slovene: Za vedno), directed by Kozole.[6] He also co-edited the films Slovene Girl (Slovenka, 2009) by Kozole and Going Our Way (Gremo mi po svoje, 2010) by Miha Hočevar.[8] In 2011, he edited the documentary The Slope to the Home (Klanec do doma), directed by Dušan Moravec, about the painter Rafael Terpin and the Cerkno Hills.[1] He lives in Novo Mesto.[6]

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  1. ^ a b "Samotno življenje hiš iz svetov ob Idrijci" [The Lonely Life of Houses from the Worlds Along the Idrijca]. MMC RTV Slovenija (in Slovenian). RTV Slovenija. 5 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Štrucl, Renate (27 October 2008). "Lajf v režiji Vita Tauferja najboljši film 11. festivala slovenskega filma" [Lajf, Directed by Vito Taufer, the Best Film of the 11th Slovenian Film Festival]. Si21 (in Slovenian). 
  3. ^ "Vesna Award". Culture.si. Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory. 8 September 2011. 
  4. ^ a b Barbič, Barbara (8 November 2009). "Pogovarjamo se z ... Branko Moškon" [Let's Talk with ... Branka Moškon]. Belokranjec (in Slovenian). XII (6). OCLC 444133758. 
  5. ^ "FOTO: Tudi zaradi njih ponosni na mesto" [FOTO: Proud of the Town also Because of Them]. Dolenjskilist.si (in Slovenian). Dolenjski list, d. o. o. 8 April 2012. ISSN 1581-0550. 
  6. ^ a b c d e "Jurij Moškon dobil vesno za montažo" [Jurij Moškon Receives the Vesna for His Film Editing]. Dolenjskilist.si (in Slovenian). Dolenjski list, d. o. o. 26 October 2008. ISSN 1581-0550. 
  7. ^ "Zvenenje v glavi". Www.kinodvor.org (in Slovenian). Public Institute Kinodvor. 
  8. ^ "Preroški Andrej Košak" [The Prophetic Andrej Košak]. 24ur.com. PRO PLUS, d. o. o. 7 November 2011. 

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