Golden Arena for Best Costume Design

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Golden Arena for
Best Costume Design
CountryYugoslavia (1978–1990)
Croatia (1992–present)
Presented byPula Film Festival Jury
First awarded1978
WebsiteOfficial Website

List of winners[edit]

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

Yugoslav competition (1980–1990)[edit]

Year Winner English title(s) Original title(s)
1978 Hasan Sućeska Ljubav i bijes
1979 Milena Kumar Draga moja Iza
1980 Jasna Petrović Svetozar Marković
1981 Ljiljana Dragović Dorotej
1982 Divna Jovanović Smrt gospodina Goluže
1983 Saša Kuljač Nešto između
1984 Nadežda Perović O pokojniku sve najlepše
1985 Alenka Bartl Dedeščina
1986 Irena Felicijan Kormoran
1987 Milena Kumar Ljubezni Blanke Kolak
1988 Ika Škomrlj The Glembays Glembajevi
1989 Biljana Dragović (shared) Battle of Kosovo Boj na Kosovu
1989 Ljiljana Dragović (shared) Battle of Kosovo Boj na Kosovu
1990
Best Costume Design category cancelled.

Croatian competition (1992–present)[edit]

Year Winner English title Original title
1991
Festival was cancelled.[A]
1992 Maja Galasso Charuga Čaruga
1993
Best Costume Design category cancelled.
1994
Competition program was cancelled.[B]
1995 Vjera Ivanković Each Time We Part Away Svaki put kad se rastajemo
1996 Vanda Ninić How the War Started on My Island Kako je počeo rat na mom otoku
1997 Lada Gamulin The Third Woman Treća žena
1998 Ruta Knežević Transatlantic Transatlantik
1999 Ruta Knežević Wish I Were a Shark Da mi je biti morski pas
2000 Ksenija Jeričević Celestial Body Nebo, sateliti
2001 Ana Savić-Gecan Alone Sami
2002 Ruta Knežević Winter in Rio Prezimiti u Riu
2003 Ante Tonči Vladislavić Svjetsko čudovište
2004 Ana Savić-Gecan 100 Minutes of Glory Sto minuta slave
2005 Željka Franulović Sleep Sweet, My Darling Snivaj, zlato moje
2006 Željko Nosić (shared) Libertas Libertas
2006 Nina Silobrčić (shared)
2006 Franc Pastieri (shared)
2007 Sanja Šeler Play Me a Love Song Pjevajte nešto ljubavno
2008 Željka Franulović Will Not End Here Nije kraj
2009 Doris Kristić In the Land of Wonders U zemlji čudesa
2010 Zorana Meić Forest Creatures Šuma summarum
2011 Barbara Bourek Lea and Darija Lea i Darija
2012 Slavica Šnur Sonja and the Bull Sonja i bik
2013 Emina Kušan The Mysterious Boy Zagonetni dječak
2014 Vedrana Rapić Number 55 Broj 55
2015 Ana Savić-Gecan The High Sun Zvizdan
2016 Ivana Zozoli Vargović All the Best Sve najbolje

Footnotes[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 festivale, 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 canceled 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 original works of the Zagreb School of Animated Film and documentaries, while the main program featured premieres of six American movies.[2]

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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