Golden Arena for Best Cinematography

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Golden Arena for
Best Cinematography
Country Yugoslavia (1955–1990)
Croatia (1992–present)
Presented by Pula Film Festival Jury
First awarded 1955
Currently held by Tamara Cesarec (2016)
Website Official Website

List of winners[edit]

The following is a list of winners of the Golden Arena for Best Cinematography at the Pula Film Festival.

Yugoslav competition (1955–1990)[edit]

Year Winner English title(s) Original title(s)
1955 Frano Vodopivec The Girl and the Oak Djevojka i hrast
1956 Aleksandar Sekulović Big and small Veliki i mali
1957 Nenad Jovičić (shared) Priests Ćira and Spira Popovi Ćira i Spira
1957 Aleksandar Sekulović (shared) Saturday Night Subotom uveče
1958 Mihajlo Popović Kroz granje nebo
1959 Aleksandar Sekulović Alone Sam
1960 Ivan Marinček The Ninth Circle Deveti krug
1961 Rudi Vavpotič Ballad About a Trumpet and a Cloud Balada o trobenti in oblaku
1962 Aleksandar Sekulović Siberian Lady Macbeth Sibirska Ledi Magbet
1963 Mile de Gleria Wild Growth Samorastniki
1964 Tomislav Pinter Pravo stanje stvari
1965 Tomislav Pinter Prometheus of the Island Prometej s otoka Viševice
1966 Tomislav Pinter Monday or Tuesday & Rondo Ponedjeljak ili utorak & Rondo
1967 Tomislav Pinter I Even Met Happy Gypsies & The Birch Tree Skupljači perja & Breza
1968 Ivica Rajković & I Have Two Mothers and Two Fathers Gravitacija ili fantastična mladost činovnika Borisa Horvata & Imam dvije mame i dva tate
1969 Frano Vodopivec An Event & When You Hear the Bells Događaj & Kad čuješ zvona
1970 Rudi Vavpotič Oxygen Oxygen
1971 Milorad Jakšić Red Wheat Rdeče klasje
1972 Mišo Samoilovski A Shot Istrel / Pucanj
1973 Branko Blažina Kužiš stari moj
1974 Nenad Jovičić The Dervish and Death Derviš i smrt
1975 Ljube Petkovski Jad
1976 Branko Blažina Anno Domini 1573 Seljačka buna 1573
1977 Božidar Nikolić Beštije
1978 Živko Zalar Bravo Maestro & Fragrance of Wild Flowers Bravo maestro & Miris poljskog cveća
1979 Tomislav Pinter Search Iskanja
1980 Mišo Samoilovski The Lead Brigade Olovna brigada
1981 Tomislav Pinter The Melody Haunts My Memory Samo jednom se ljubi
1982 Rado Likon Razseljena oseba
1983 Živko Zalar Something In-Between Nešto između
1984 Goran Trbuljak Early Snow in Munich Rani snijeg u Münchenu
1985 Božidar Nikolić Život je lep
1986 Goran Trbuljak Dreaming the Rose San o ruži
1987 Radoslav Vladić Na putu za Katangu
1988 Boris Gortinski Zaboravljeni
1989 Tomislav Pinter That Summer of White Roses Đavolji raj
1990 Jure Pervanje Veter v mreži

Croatian competition (1992–present)[edit]

Year Winner English title Original title
1991
Festival was cancelled.[A]
1992 Goran Trbuljak The Stone Gate Kamenita vrata
1993 Slobodan Trninić The Golden Years Zlatne godine
1994
National competition program was cancelled.[B]
1995 Tomislav Pinter Each Time We Part Away Svaki put kad se rastajemo
1996 Vjekoslav Vrdoljak Nausikaya Nausikaja
1997 Goran Trbuljak Treća žena
1998 Goran Trbuljak Transatlantic Transatlantik
1999 Vjekoslav Vrdoljak Garcia Garcia
2000 Darko Šuvak Celestial Body Nebo, sateliti
2001 Mirko Pivčević Alone Sami
2002 Silvio Jesenković Serafim, the Lighthouse Keeper's Son Serafin, svjetioničarev sin
2003 Živko Zalar Witnesses Svjedoci
2004 Mirko Pivčević A Wonderful Night in Split Ta divna Splitska noć
2005 Vjekoslav Vrdoljak Two Players from the Bench Dva igrača s klupe
2006 Branko Linta I Love You Volim te
2007 Dragan Marković (shared) The Living and the Dead Živi i mrtvi
2007 Mirko Pivčević (shared)
2008 Davorin Gecl Iza stakla
2009 Mirko Pivčević Donkey Kenjac
2010 Slobodan Trninić Just Between Us Neka ostane među nama
2011 Vanja Černjul Daddy Ćaća
2012 Dragan Ruljančić Cannibal Vegetarian Ljudožder vegetarijanac
2013 Erol Zupčević A Stranger Obrana i zaštita
2014 Branko Linta The Reaper Kosac
2015 Mario Oljača You Carry Me Ti mene nosiš
2016 Tamara Cesarec Shooting Stars Narodni heroj Ljiljan Vidić

Notes[edit]

A. ^ Although the festival was opened on 26 July 1991 and a press screening of Zrinko Ogresta's film Fragments: Chronicle of a Vanishing was held, the festival board presided by Antun Vrdoljak decided to cancel the festival, as a sign of protest against violence related to the Ten-Day War in Slovenia and the initial stages of the Croatian War of Independence. Nine films were supposed to be screened in the competition program.[1]
B. ^ : The awards ceremony was cancelled in 1994 as only one Croatian feature film was made in the preceding 12 months (Bogdan Žižić's The Price of Life). The festival was held in spite of this, but the usual competition program was replaced by screenings of the classic works of the Zagreb School of Animated Film and documentaries, while the main program featured premieres of six American movies.[2]

Multiple winners[edit]

The following cinematographers have received multiple awards. Years in bold indicate wins in Yugoslav competition (1955–1990).

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
  • "Internet stranice proteklih festivala i arhivski podaci" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Retrieved 26 May 2010.
Specific
  1. ^ "38. Pulski filmski festival" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Retrieved 26 May 2010.
  2. ^ "41. Pulski filmski festival" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Retrieved 26 May 2010.

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