Protest is a 1967 Croatian film directed by Fadil Hadžić, starring Bekim Fehmiu and Antun Vrdoljak.
Ivo Bajsić (Bekim Fehmiu), a construction worker, commits suicide by jumping off a skyscraper in downtown Zagreb. Police investigator Marković (Antun Vrdoljak) tries to find out the motives behind his act by interviewing people who knew him: his wife, friends and coworkers. In flashbacks, Bajsić's history and the events that led to his suicide are gradually revealed. He is depicted as a controversial man: honest and hard-working, but also maladjusted and quick-tempered, even violent. Marković's investigation finds that he was recently fired from his job because he stood up against his company's corrupt director...
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Antun Vrdoljak is a Croatian film actor and director, sports official, and head of Croatian Radiotelevision during the Yugoslav wars. Between the 1960s and early 1990s he was mainly a film artist. In the early 1990s he became involved in politics and became a prominent member of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), which led to his appointment to a series of offices. He was director general of Croatian Radiotelevision (1991–95), and the president of the Croatian Olympic Committee (1991–2000).
Partisan film is the name for a subgenre of war films made in FPR/SFR Yugoslavia during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. In the broadest sense, main characteristics of partisan films are that they are set in Yugoslavia during World War II and have Yugoslav Partisans as main protagonists, while antagonists are Axis forces and their collaborators.
The Vladimir Nazor Award 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 1959 and is named for poet Vladimir Nazor. As of 2016, the award is given in the following six categories: architecture and urbanism; film; literature; music; theatre; and visual and applied arts. Two awards are given in each category every year - a life achievement award and an annual award. The winners for the preceding year are announced every year on 19 June, the anniversary of Nazor's death.
Bekim Fehmiu was a Yugoslavian theater and film actor of Albanian ethnicity. He was the first Eastern European actor to star in Hollywood during the Cold War.
Ilija Ivezić was a Croatian film actor. He was born in Ričice, Gračac and died shortly before his 90th birthday. In a career that spanned more than five decades, Ivezić worked with directors such as Fadil Hadžić, Krsto Papić, Vatroslav Mimica, Antun Vrdoljak, Veljko Bulajić, and Antun Vrdoljak, among many others.
The Fourteenth Day is a 1960 Yugoslav crime film directed by Zdravko Velimirović. It was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.
The Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb is a Croatian art school based in Zagreb. It is one of the three art academies affiliated with the University of Zagreb, along with the Academy of Dramatic Art (ADU) and the Academy of Music (MUZA).
Fadil Hadžić was a Bosnian film director, screenwriter, playwright and journalist, mainly known for his comedy films and plays. He was of Bosnian origin, but mainly lived and worked in Croatia, and was well known throughout Yugoslavia.
The Glembays is a 1988 Yugoslav / Croatian film directed by Antun Vrdoljak starring Mustafa Nadarević and Ena Begović. The film is an adaptation of Miroslav Krleža's 1929 play Messrs. Glembay and was produced by Televizija Zagreb and Jadran Film.
Vjekoslav Vrdoljak is a Croatian cinematographer, son of film director Antun Vrdoljak.
Heaven Without Love is a Serbian-language Croatian drama film directed by Vladimir Pogačić, adapted from a novel by Milan Tuturov. It was released in 1959. The film was poorly received.
Back of the Medal is a 1965 Croatian film directed by Fadil Hadžić, starring Toma Jovanović, Franjo Kumer, Rade Marković and Judita Han.
Black Birds is a 1967 Yugoslavian war drama film directed by Eduard Galić.
Journalist (Novinar) is a 1979 Croatian drama film directed and written by Fadil Hadžić and starring Rade Šerbedžija, Fabijan Šovagović and Stevo Žigon.
Deps is a 1974 Yugoslavian film directed by Antun Vrdoljak and starring Bekim Fehmiu, Milena Dravić, Fabijan Šovagović and Relja Bašić.
Frano Vodopivec was a Croatian cinematographer.
Events in the year 2011 in Croatia.
Željko Jovanović is a Croatian politician and physician who served as Minister of Science, Education and Sports from 2011 until 2014. He is member of the center-left Social Democratic Party of Croatia.
Cinematography in Kosovo in the Albanian language began its activities after the foundation of Kosovafilm, which produced short films, documentaries, cartoons and later feature films. Since 2008, the central authority for cinematography in Kosovo is Kosova’s Cinematography Center (KCC) though there are numerous independent film companies active in Kosovo. Before Kosovafilm, there were no fully Kosovan films.
Antun is a Croatian masculine given name used in Croatia. and surname. It is a common Croatian given name which is cognate to the name Anthony and Ante.