Zagreb School of Animated Films

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Zagreb school of animated films is an animation film studio located in Zagreb, Croatia and is a part of the Zagreb Film company. It is represented by authors like Nikola Kostelac, Vatroslav Mimica, Dušan Vukotić and Vladimir Kristl. The first major success was a Grand Prix award in Venice for the animated short Samac (Lonely guy) by Vatroslav Mimica, and their greatest work so far is an Oscar-winning animated short Surogat by Dušan Vukotić. The studio was established in 1956.[1]

Professor Balthazar, show that ran from 1967 – 1978 and made commercial success across Europe

This school has given over 400 film titles to the European film heritage.

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  • Filmska enciklopedija I. i II., Jugoslavenski leksikografski zavod Miroslav Krleža, gl. urednik dr. Ante Peterlić, Zagreb, 1986. i 1990.,
  • Zagrebački krug crtanog filma I (Građa za povijest hrvatske kulture), pedeset godina crtanog filma u Hrvatskoj, almanah 1922.-1972., uredio: Zlatko Sudović, Zagreb 1978.,
  • Škrabalo, Ivo: 101 godina filma u Hrvatskoj, 1896.-1997., Zagreb, Nakladni zavod Globus, 1998.,
  • Filmska kultura, broj 81-82, Zagreb 1972., 50 godina animacije,
  • Holloway, Ronald: “Z” is for Zagreb, London, The Tantivy Press, London,
  • Munitić, Ranko: Uvod u estetiku kinematografske animacije, Filmoteka 16, Zagreb, 1983.,
  • Denegri, Jerko: Exat 51, Nove tendencije, umjetnost konstruktivnog pristupa, Zagreb 2000.,
  • Bendazzi, Giannalberto: Cartoons, One hundred years of cinema animation, John Libbey & Company Ltd., London 1994.

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