Birth: 18. 1. 1933., Zagreb
Death: 2. 1. 2018., Zagreb
He is one of the best Croatian film and television set designers. In his affluent career he worked on the famous film Tin Drum (1979) by Volker Schlöndorff (as a co-set designer), Pravo stanje stvari (1964) by Vladan Slijepčević, Rondo (1966) and Ljubavna pisma s predumišljajem (1985) by Zvonimir Berković, Tko pjeva zlo ne misli (1970) by Krešo Golik, Kiklop (1982) and Glembajevi (1988) by Antun Vrdoljak. He took a degree in painting from the Academy of Art and Set Design from the Theatre Academy (today Academy of Drama Arts) in Zagreb. He made his debut on film in 1963. He was the co-screenwriter (and set designer) of films Događaj (1969) by Vatroslav Mimica and Kuća (1975) by Bogdan Žižić, and made his directing debut with the short film Od koljevke pa do groba najljepše je đačko doba (1976). In 1990s, he started to direct feature-length films, in which he expressed his unique visual style. He is also the author of several theatre plays.
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