Dalibor Matanić director

Birth: 21. 1. 1975., Zagreb

He took a degree in film and television directing from the Academy of Drama Arts in Zagreb. Beginning in his student days, he attracted attention as an author of unconventional short documentaries, and in his feature debut, the satirical comedy Blagajnica hoće ići na more (2000), he showed his talent for stylization and inclination towards eccentric characters. With his next feature film Fine mrtve djevojke (2002), a twisted humoristic drama about lesbian love with elements of social criticism, he confirmed his status as the greatest hope of modern Croatian film. He is the author of the short feature films Tišina (2000) and Suša (2002). The latter was shown in the official program of the Cannes film festival. His latest film, Sto minuta slave, is a story about the deaf and mute painter Slava Raskaj.

Pula 2000 - Vjesnik’s award Breza to the debutante directorPula 2002 - Golden arena as the director of the film Fine mrtve djevojke

Fine mrtve djevojke

Year: 2002


Year: 2011

100 minuta Slave

Year: 2004

Kino Lika

Year: 2008

Majka asfalta

Year: 2010


Year: 2013.

Volim te

Year: 2006


Year: 2015


Year: 2017.


Year: 2020.

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