Teorija filma: prizor, montaža, tematizacija. Front Cover. Hrvoje Turković. Meandar, Bibliographic information. QR code for Teorija filma. 1 Socializing structures of film Hrvoje Turkovic Abstract Assuming that there must be some socializing affordances The early reports on the first film exhibitions were attempts to answer this implied ontological question, as is .. Teorija filma. Hrvoje Turkovic, University of Zagreb, Dramaturgy department, Adjunct. Studies Film Theory, Aesthetics, and Visual Arts. Bookmark. Teorija filma. Prizor.
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He spent a significant part of his childhood, including first two years of high school, in Crikvenica. He was the founding president of the Croatian Society of Film Critics — Polet —Studentski list —Prolog —Pitanja —Film —Oko —Hrvatski filmski ljetopis —present. He is the editor-in-chief of the Encyclopedic Film Dictionary Croatian: They have one son, Goran, graphic designer born c. He introduced the methods of semiotics, as well as the communication and cognitive theories of film.
The Croatian Film Association Croatian: Hrvatski filmski savez, HFSalso known as the Croatian Film Clubs’ Association, is an association of non-professional film and video groups in Croatia. Croatian Film Association was established in Retrieved 24 March Retrieved 27 January Retrieved 23 January He is regarded as one of the most important Croatian authors of short documentary films.
In a career spanning four decades, Sremec directed and wrote some 90 documentary shorts, mainly dealing with various cultural and anthropological topics. Sremec began making films in after spending some time working as a high school teacher. He was also a prolific film Boris Dvornik 16 April — 24 March  was a Croatian actor.
Biography Born in Split to the family of a carpenter, Boris Dvornik discovered acting talent at an early age, while performing in children’s plays.
After studying to become an electrician, he began to pursue a full-time acting career. As a freshman, he was cast in the starring role of the Holocaust drama The Ninth Circle.
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He began acting in his youth and from late s he appeared in many films, becoming one of the most recognisable faces of Croatian and former Yugoslav cinema. He never became a star, but he built a reputation as one of the greatest character actors with memorable roles in many classic films and popular TV series. He was terija an award-winning poet and was one of the best-selling poets of former Yugoslavia.
He graduated from drama school in Zagreb, gained movie experience in Prague and worked on educational filming in Zagreb. During World War II, he led the Croatian production, directed, wrote, produced and edited the film, and after the war he continued with the director and editor work even on a feature film. Marjanovic directed the film Ciguli Miguli, a Yugoslav political satire.
It was meant teoria be the first satirical film of the post-World War II Yugoslav cinema, but its sharp criticism of bureaucracy was politically condemned by the authorities and the film was banned as “anti-socialist”.
Giving up film making, he devoted himself to documentaries about nature “Small Miracles turkogi nature big”, “Marmot,” Griffon Vulture “. Vladimir Tadej 9 May — 1 March  was a Croatian production designer, screenwriter and film director. Jutarnji Kultura in Croatian. Retrieved 2 March tuurkovi Retrieved April 15, Since he has been a cartoonist and had exhibitions and published a book called Lexicon for Illiterate People in Teirija he fllma working as a designer and animator at Zagreb Film, contributing to the works of N.
Since he has owned the rights to the movie Elegy and has become one of the most important representatives of the Zagreb Flima of Animation. Career His works rank among the most original among world animation. He is the creator of the award-winning films Tamer of Wild HorsesPerhaps DiogenesThe Days Are GoingTup TupThe DiaryPut k susjeduPictures of Memories and others, as well as a series of short films Per aspera ad astra, Striptiz,of which he was the scriptwriter, cartoonist and animator.
He developed a distinctive visual style in which animation grows from the ca In the s he directed his first short TV drama, and was active as an assistant director in several feature films and documentaries, working hrvoue as a script doctor.
Jutarnji list in Croatian. Retrieved 6 March Croatian Film Association Both had Yugoslav passport at that time. Antun Vrdoljak born 5 June is a Croatian film actor and director, sports official, and head of Croatian Radiotelevision during the Yugoslav wars.
Between the s and early s he was mainly a film artist. In the early s he became involved in politics and became a prominent folma of the Croatian Democratic Union HDZwhich led to his appointment to a series of offices.
He was director general of Croatian Radiotelevision —95and the president of the Croatian Olympic Committee — Inhe appeared in Tanhofer’s best known film H-8 to much critical acclaim. In the late s, Vrdoljak gradually switched to film directing. Following the events of the Croatian Spring —71Vrdoljak became associated with Croatian nationalism.
Authorities nevertheless allowed him to continue with his career. He has fimla the majority of his life working in Croatia and is primarily known for directing the Yugoslav state-sponsored World Hrvoie II-themed movies from the Partisan film genre.
Ante Babaja 6 October — 14 January was a notable Croatian film director and screenwriter. Babaja finished high school in Zagreb before going on to enrol at the University of Zagreb where he studied law and economy.
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He went on to film several short films hhrvoje directing is first feature film The King’s New Clothes Carevo novo ruho ina screen adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s short tale.
Nevertheless, films such as Go He wrote and directed around twenty documentaries, five feature films and two television series.
His first turoovi works were documentary and live-action shorts made in the s and s, some of which won awards at film festivals in Venice, Cannes, Oberhausen and Belgrade. After that he directed two children’s films Vuk samotnjak in and Kapetan Mikula Mali in Mikula Mali was later expanded into a television series aired in Branko Bauer 18 February — 11 April  was a Croatian film director.
He is considered to be the leading figure of classical narrative cinema in Croatian and Yugoslav cinema of the s. Early life Bauer became interested in cinema as a school boy. During World War Two he attended local cinemas in Zagreb, which were very popular during the Nazi occupation. As a result of these actions, Yad Vashem honored both of them as Righteous among the Nations in Selected works Don’t Look Back, My Son Bauer became one of the most respected directors in Yugoslavia after his third film, the w He directed a total of three feature-length films, most notably the highly popular comedy film Master of His Own Body Svoga tela gospodarbased on the short story by Slavko Kolar and its theatre adaptation directed by Branko Gavella, and filmed in the Dilma dialect.
His early feature films and documentaries were part of Croatian and Yugoslav New Cinema, and often regarded as Croatian echo of the Black Wave artistic movement that mostly took place within Serbia. Lisice did not get permission to represent Yugoslavia in the Cannes Film Festival, so it entered His avant-garde work in the period from to remains as one of the foundations of Croatian film.
He directed more than twenty films from to The Vladimir Nazor Award Croatian: Nagrada Vladimir Nazor is an annual award given by the Croatian Ministry of Culture to Croatian artists for highest achievements in various artistic fields.
It was established in and is named for poet Vladimir Nazor. As ofthe award is given in the following six categories: Architecture and urbanism Film Literature Music Theatre Visual arts and applied arts Two awards are given in each category every year – a life achievement award for overall contributions to their respective field and an annual award for notable works in the field in the past twelve months.
The winners for the preceding year are announced every year on 19 June, the anniversary of Nazor’s death. Croatian Ministry of Culture. Retrieved 10 July In a creative career spanning five decades between the late s and late s, Golik directed a number of critically acclaimed feature films, short subjects and television series.
Working almost exclusively at Zagreb-based production companies Jadran Film, Zagreb Film and Croatia Film, Golik is regarded as one of the most important directors in Croatian cinema and his comedy One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away is widely regarded as the greatest Croatian film ever made.
He went to the Gymnasium and the schools of graphic design in Senj and Zagreb. He worked as a sports journalist on Radio Zagreb and a director of newsreels in Jadran Film. In Golik started his professional film career. His first feature film was Plavi 9 Blue 9, That film is a bizarre mixture of the Soviet-styl Tomislav Pinter 16 June — 15 August was a Croatian cinematographer, regarded as the most significant cinematographer in Croatian cinema due to the artistic quality of his work and his prolific career spanning almost five decades.
He began working at the Jadran Film studio inat first assisting more experienced cinematographers, and in he started working independently. Some of his critically praised works include: Retrieved 16 April Personal life Frajt currently lives in Zagreb. His career in filmmaking and production design began in the early s. His screenwriting career began in the mids, his most notable work being Nikola Tanhofer’s film H-8, for which he co-authored the screenplay with Tomislav Butorac.
He had his directing debut with the documentary short My Flat Moj stanwhich offered an ironic portrayal of living standards in the socialist-style prefabricated housing projects. Frano Vodopivec 4 July — 13 March was a Croatian cinematographer. Background Vodopivec first began working with film and photography in high school and during World War II he worked at Hrvatski slikopis, the state-sponsored film company which produced propaganda shorts for the short-lived fascist regime of the Independent State of Croatia.
From to he worked as a dramaturge at the Zagreb Film production company, and he had his directing debut with the film The Flood Croatian: Poplavaa documentary about the Zagreb flood.
He went on to make a number of acclaimed documentaries in the s and s, mostly dealing with social issues and art.