Živko Nikolić

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Živko Nikolić
Born (1941-11-20)20 November 1941
Ozrinići, Nikšić, SR Montenegro, Yugoslavia
Died 17 August 2001(2001-08-17) (aged 59)
Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia
Occupation Film director
Years active 1968–95

Živko Nikolić (Serbian Cyrillic: Живко Николић) (20 November 1941 – 17 August 2001) was a Yugoslav and Montenegrin film director.

Biography[edit]

Živko Nikolić was born in Ozrinići, Nikšić municipality, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, in 1941. He graduated the Art School in Herceg Novi where he was trained as a painter of ceramics which contributed to his specific perception of the film. He died on 17 August 2001 in Belgrade. His 1984 film Unseen Wonder was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Silver Prize.[1]

Filmography[edit]

  • Sebi za života (1968)
  • Blaženi mirotvorci (1968)
  • Trag (1971)
  • Čačanski neimari (1971)
  • Ždrijelo (1972)
  • Polaznik (1973)
  • Bauk (1974)
  • Aerodrom Rijeka (1974)
  • Marko Perov (1975)
  • Prozor (1976)
  • Beštije (1977) ... aka Beasts
  • Oglav (1977)
  • Ine (1978)
  • Jovana Lukina (1979)
  • Krvava svadba na Brzavi (1980) (TV)
  • Ane (1980)
  • Graditelj (1980)
  • Biljeg (1981)
  • Smrt gospodina Goluže (1982) ... aka Smrť pána Golužu
  • Čudo neviđeno (1984) ... aka Unseen Wonder
  • Ljepota poroka (1986) ... aka The Beauty of Sin
  • U ime naroda (1987) ... aka In the Name of the People
  • To ka' uvati ne pušta (1988) (TV)
  • "Đekna još nije umrla, a ka' će ne znamo" (1988) TV Series
  • Iskušavanje đavola (1989)
  • Ukleti brod (1990) ... aka Cursed Ship
  • "Oriđinali" (1995) (mini) TV Series
  • Uspavanka " (1995)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "14th Moscow International Film Festival (1985)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-02-17. 

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