Birth: 17. 1. 1913., Metković
Death: 5. 9. 1980., Zagreb
He was the author of the legendary children’s film Vuk samotnjak (1972), and along with Branko Bauer, Mate Relja and Vladimir Tadej, is one of the most famous Croatian authors of films for children and young adults. After Vuk samotnjak, he made other renowned films of the same genre, Kapetan Mikula Mali (1974, also as TV-series), and Priča o djevojčici i sapunu (1962), as well as the TV series Jelenko (1980, in collaboration with Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina). Gluscevic made several internationally acclaimed short documentaries (e.g. Vuk, 1962; Ljudi s Neretve, 1966). The remaining part of his feature film opus consists of a humorous trilogy situated in a Dalmatian atmosphere - Lito vilovito (1964), Čovik od svita (1965), Goli čovik (1968). In WW II, he was a member of the Partisans.
Pula 64' - Special jury’s award for the director
Republic award Vladimir Nazor for a lifetime achievement (1979)
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