The third feature film by director Sonja Prosenc, Family Therapy, was selected among ten films in the main international competition program of the Tribeca Film Festival, which annually receives more than 10,000 applications from all over the world. The festival takes place in June in Manhattan, New York.

Family Therapy is a Slovenian-Serbian-Italian-Croatian-Norwegian feature film and will premiere at several Broadway locations. Selectors of the festival said of the film that it is an “incredibly funny, scathing satire that is thought-provoking and formally encouraging.”

The story follows a seemingly perfect family consisting of spouses Olivia and Alexander, as well as their daughter Agatha. With the arrival of 25-year-old Julian, their lives are turned upside down and reveal the dysfunctionality of their mutual relationships. Through humor, Family Therapy explores the theme of emotionally drained elites and places it in the context of contemporary social problems.

Sonja Prosenc’s film was supported by Slovenia, Serbia, Italy, Norway and Croatia. Along with the Slovenian Film Center (SFC), the production of the film was supported by the Film Center Serbia (FCS), the Italian Ministry of Culture and the Friuli-Julian Film Commission (FJK), the Croatian Audiovisual Center (HAVC), the Audio-Visual Fund FJK and TV Slovenia.

The film is co-produced by the Serbian production company “Living Pictures” and producers Dimče Stojanovski and Stefan Orlandić.