Croatian screenwriters

Posted Oct 28, 2009
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  1. Oja Kodar
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    Oja Kodar

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    Oja Kodar (OY-ah ko-DAHR; born 1941) is a Croatian actress, screenwriter and director, best known as Orson Welles' partner for the last 24 years of his life.


  2. Arsen A. Ostojic
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    Arsen A. Ostojic

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    Arsen Anton Ostojić (born 29 July 1965) is a Croatian film director and screenwriter.


  3. Nikola Tanhofer
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    Nikola Tanhofer

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    Nikola Tanhofer (25 December 1926 – 24 November 1998) was a Croatian film director, screenwriter and cinematographer. His first film as director, It Was Not in Vain was entered into the 7th Berlin International Film Festival.


  4. Jelena Veljaca
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    Jelena Veljaca

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    Jelena Popović-Volarić, née Jelena Veljača (born April 23, 1981) is a Croatian actress and screenwriter, currently writing a weekly column for Nedjeljni Jutarnji.


  5. Miljenko Smoje
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    Miljenko Smoje

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    Miljenko Smoje (February 14, 1923 – October 25, 1995) was a Croatian writer and journalist.


  6. Ante Babaja
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    Ante Babaja

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    Ante Babaja (6 October 1927 – 14 January 2010) was a notable Croatian film director and screenwriter.


  7. Tena Štivičić
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    Tena Štivičić

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    Tena Štivičić (born 1977) is a Croatian playwright. She was born in Zagreb and studied in the Academy of Drama Art there. She completed an MA in Writing for Performance at Goldsmiths College, University of London. She has taken part in theatre events such as Future Perfect, the Paines Plough Young Writers Programme and the Royal Court's 50th Anniversary season. Štivičić has written plays both in her native Croatian and in English. Her major works in English include: Can't Escape Sundays, Perceval, Psssst, Two of Us, Goldoni Terminus, Fragile!, and Fireflies. Her plays have been produced in at least ten European countries. Fragile!, directed by Matjaž Pograjc and produced by Mladinsko Theatre, has won several awards at festivals in Croatia and Slovenia. In 2007, she co-wrote the play Pijana noć 1918 (Drunken Night 1918) with her father Ivo Štivičić for the Ulysses Theatre, Zagreb. Her project Goldoni Terminus was shown at the 2007 Venice Biennale.


  8. Tomislav Radic
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    Tomislav Radic

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    Tomislav Radić (8 December 1940 – 7 March 2015) was a Croatian film director and screenwriter.


  9. Zlatko Bourek
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    Zlatko Bourek

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    Zlatko Bourek (born 4 September 1929) is known Croatian Jewish film director, screenwriter, production designer, cartoonist and expert on Jewish culture.


  10. Kresimir Golik
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    Kresimir Golik

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    Krešimir "Krešo" Golik (20 May 1922 – 20 September 1996) was a Yugoslav and Croatian film and television director and screenwriter. In a creative career spanning five decades between the late 1940s and late 1980s, Golik directed a number of critically acclaimed feature films, short subjects and television series.


  11. Zvonimir Berkovic
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    Zvonimir Berkovic

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    Zvonimir Berković (1 August 1928 – 9 June 2009) was a Croatian film director and screenwriter.


  12. Vatroslav Mimica
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    Vatroslav Mimica

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    Vatroslav Mimica (born 25 June 1923) is a Croatian film director and screenwriter.


  13. Goran Rusinovic
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    Goran Rusinovic

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    Goran Rušinović (born 1969 in Zagreb) is an award-winning Croatian film director and screenwriter.


  14. Zeljko Senecic
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    Zeljko Senecic

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    Željko Senečić (born 18 January 1933) is a Croatian film and television production designer, film director and screenwriter.


  15. Veljko Bulajic
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    Veljko Bulajic

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    Veljko Bulajić (born 22 March 1928) is a Croatian film director and actor of Montenegrin descent. He has spent the majority of his life working in Croatia and is primarily known for directing the Yugoslav state-sponsored World War II-themed movies from the Partisan film genre.


  16. Mate Matisic
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    Mate Matisic

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    Mate Matišić (born 17 January 1965) is a Croatian playwright, screenwriter, composer and musician. His plays have been staged in Croatian theaters as well as internationally, and some of them have been adapted into feature films. As a composer, he is best known for his film and theatrical music. He is a three-time winner of Golden Arena for Best Film Music, awarded at the Pula Film Festival.


  17. Ivo Bresan
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    Ivo Bresan

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    Ivo Brešan (born 27 May 1936) is a Croatian playwright, novelist and screenwriter known for political satire. His work includes screenplays written with his son Vinko Brešan.


  18. Nevio Marasović
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    Nevio Marasović

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    Nevio Marasović (born July 7, 1983) is a Croatian film director and screenwriter. He is also a commercial director.


  19. Dejan Sorak
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    Dejan Sorak

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    Dejan Šorak (born 29 March 1954 in Karlovac) is a Croatian film director and screenwriter.


  20. Antonio Nuic
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    Antonio Nuic

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    Antonio Nuić (born 26 March 1977 in Sarajevo) is an award-winning Bosnian-Croatian film director and screenwriter.


  21. Slavko Goldstein
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    Slavko Goldstein

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    Slavko Goldstein (born 22 August 1928) is a Croatian Jewish writer, publisher and politician.


  22. Lada Kastelan
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    Lada Kastelan

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    Lada Kaštelan (born 2 May 1961) is a Croatian dramatist and screenwriter.


  23. Rudolf Sremec
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    Rudolf Sremec

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    Rudolf Sremec (18 August 1909 – 16 August 1999) was a Yugoslav and Croatian film director. 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.


  24. Bogdan Zizic
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    Bogdan Zizic

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    Bogdan Žižić (born 8 November 1934 in Solin) is a Croatian film director and screenwriter. Žižić is regarded as one of the most prolific Croatian directors of short documentary films, and is also known for several critically acclaimed feature films made in the 1970s.


  25. Robert Perišić
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    Robert Perišić

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    Robert Perišić (born 1969 in Split, Croatia) is a Croatian writer, freelance journalist and screenwriter. His books are considered as authentic portrays of society in transformation and its (anti)heroes.


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