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To Live on Love (Živjeti od ljubavi) is a 1973 Yugoslav Croatian film directed by Krešo Golik, starring Vlasta Knezović, Rade Šerbedžija and Boris Dvornik.
The film was selected for preservation by the Croatian State Archives.
Severina Vučković, better known mononymously as Severina, is a Croatian singer-songwriter and actress. In 2006, the Croatian weekly Nacional listed her among the 100 most influential Croats, calling her "the only bona fide Croatian celebrity".
Boris Novković is a Croatian singer-songwriter. He has been active since the 1980s.
Tereza Ana Kesovija is an internationally acclaimed Croatian recording artist. She was one of the most recognizable figures on the music scene in former Yugoslavia, and is renowned for her wide vocal range and operatic style. She also had a successful career in France. She has held many concerts around the world, being one of the few Yugoslav musicians to have sold out shows in The Royal Albert Hall, L'Olympia and Carnegie Hall.
Goran Karan is a Croatian vocalist. He specializes in songs influenced by Dalmatian folk music and is known for his powerful and refined tenor voice. Karan's collaboration with composer Zdenko Runjić led to some of his most acclaimed work, which won him several awards.
Fabijan Šovagović was a Croatian film, television and theatre actor, and writer.
Nina Badrić is a Croatian pop singer and songwriter. She began performing in the early 1990s, and competed in "Dora" – the Croatian selection for Eurovision Song Contest 4 times. She won 7th place in 1993 with "Ostavljam te", 10th place in 1994 with "Godine nestvarne", 18th place in 1995 with "Odlaziš zauvijek", and second place in 2003 with "Čarobno jutro". Badrić eventually represented Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan with the song "Nebo". She finished 12th in the second semi-final and failed to qualify for the grand final.
Colonia is a Croatian dance music duo from Vinkovci, Croatia. The band has released thirteen albums and over 35 singles to date with various songs and albums gaining platinum status. They are known for winning the first ever Eurodance competition in 2001 and their various hits throughout the years.
Davor Sučić, better known by his stage name Sejo Sexon, is a Bosnian rock and roll musician, film score composer, actor and television director. He is most notably the bandleader and a co-founder of the rock group Zabranjeno Pušenje, contributing on all Zabranjeno Pušenje releases. He was one of the founders of the New Primitivism movement in his hometown Sarajevo. As an actor, he has been featured in the Top lista nadrealista.
Lovefest is a summer music festival which is held every first weekend in August in Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia.
Krešimir "Krešo" Golik was a 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.
Jelena Rozga is a Croatian pop, folk and electropop singer. Born and raised in Split, Croatia, Rozga was a ballet dancer as a child. She rose to fame in 1996, when she became the lead singer of Magazin, a famous Croatian pop band. She served as the band's lead singer until 2006, releasing a total of five studio albums.
Josipa Lisac is a Croatian pop rock singer.
Dnevnik jedne ljubavi is the debut album by Croatian singer Josipa Lisac, released by Jugoton in 1973. Karlo Metikoš and Ivica Krajač, the music and lyrics authors, dedicated the album to Lisac, as the first letters of each song form an acrostic with her name.
Mirjana Bohanec-Vidović is a Croatian operatic soprano. She studied singing at the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb and with Emmy Loose in Vienna. She made her professional opera debut in 1966 at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, remaining there as a resident artist for two years. From 1968-1969 she was committed to the Vienna Volksoper. She returned to the Croatian National Opera in 1970 where she remained for the rest of her career. Her repertoire mainly consisted of soubrette and lyric coloratura soprano roles, including Adina in Gaetano Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore, Nedda in Ruggero Leoncavallo's Pagliacci, Norina in Donizetti's Don Pasquale, Oscar in Giuseppe Verdi's Un ballo in maschera, Susanna in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, Violetta in Verdi's La Traviata, and Zerlina in Mozart's Don Giovanni. She is married to Dr. Ivo Vidović, director of home health in Runjanin street in Zagreb.
Hermina Pipinić was a Croatian actress. She attended an acting school in Zagreb and debuted on stage in 1948 at the First Drama Theatre in Zagreb.
Robert Ugrina is a Croatian actor and comedian.
Anja Šovagović-Despot is a Croatian film and stage actress.
Božidar Smiljanić was a Yugoslav-Croatian actor. He appeared in more than 70 films from 1953 to 2018.
TLN-Europa, Ltd., is a Croatian independent record label and a film and video production company based in Zagreb. It's founded by Davor Sučić, better known as Sejo Sexon, a Bosnian rock and roll musician and a bandleader of Zabranjeno pušenje.
Dalibor Brun is a Croatian recording artist who rose to prominence with his work in Yugoslav music acts Uragani and Korni Grupa, but also maintained a successful solo career since 1969.