Until the 1920s cinema production was done by almost alone Slovenian pioneer of cinema Karol Gros0smann. During 1920s and 1930s few film studios were founded where the first feature Slovenian movies"Bloski smucarji"(1932), "Pohorje" (1940), "Gregoricev fotoamaterski izlet v Belo fotoamatoriale gita Krajina" (1933) were shot. In 1945 the National Cinematographic State Commission was founded. The best award-winning Slovenian films were produced during 1950-1960s: "Na svoji zemlji" (On Our Own Land, 1948), "Kekec" (1951), "Vesna" (1953), "Dolina miru" (Valley of Peace, 1956) "Veselica" (The Feast, 1960), "Ples v dezju" (Dance in the Rain, 1961). Recently, a new group of filmmakers have appeared. Thanks to the foundation of the Slovenian Film Fund in 1995, Slovenian cinema has become very popular within its audience as well as catching an attention of foreign cinema goers and it received a number of international awards. In 2001, when the 10th anniversary of Slovenian independence was celebrated, the Canadian Film Institute, in cooperation with the Slovenian Embassy, showed the result of the work done in this period; "Express Express" by Igor Sterk (1997), "Outsider" by Andrej Kosak (1997), "Socializing The Bull?" by Zvonko Coh and Milan Eric (1998), "Bread And Milk" by Jan Cvitkovic (2001) and "Sweet Dreams" by Saso Podgorsek (2001). The New Wave of Slovenian cinema is very optimistic about the future.
The four Pevensie children return to Narnia, only to discover that hundreds of years have passed since they ruled there, and the evil King Miraz has taken charge. With the help of a heroic mouse called Reepicheep, and the exiled heir to the throne, Prince Caspian, they set out to overthrow the King, once again with Aslan's help.