World Festival of Animated Film /
short and feature edition 4 to 9 June 2018
World Festival of Animated Film / short and feature edition 4 to 9 June 2018
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Vrata / Door

Nedeljko Dragić, Branko Ranitović

Croatia / 1970 / 10' 18''


Wednesday, 06. 06.,
Europa Cinema, 15:30 h


After collaborations on the internationally awarded films Tolerance (with Z. Grgić 1967) and the Mask of The Red Death (with P. Štalter, 1969), he collaborated with Nedeljko Dragić winning a Belgrade Silver Medal.

Nedeljko Dragić

Nedeljko Dragić made his first caricature in 1953. He has been working as a caricaturist and illustrator in all of Zagreb newspapers until the 1980s. He has been working in Zagreb Film since 1960. Since 1991 he has been living and working in Munich. He is the author of 8 animated films and numerous one-minute films and commercials. He won many awards and was nominated for the Academy Award in 1973 for the animated film Tup-Tup.



Branko Ranitović

Branko Ranitović (1925-2010) was a screenwriter and director of documentary and animated films. He was inspired by the modernist style of the Zagreb school of animation, even in films for children, such as Prometni znaci - ulični junaci (1958). In his body of work four films stand out, co-directed with prominent authors of the Zagreb school: Tolerance (1967) with Zlatko Grgić, 1 + 1 = 3 (1967) with Zdenko Gašparović, Mask of the Red Death (1969) with Pavao Štalter and Door (1971) with Nedeljko Dragić. He directed 30 episodes of the Slovenian animated series Bojan the Bear. He directed around 150 films and received 40 awards.



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