Golden Arena for Best Production Design

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Golden Arena for
Best Production Design
Country Yugoslavia (1956–1990)
Croatia (1992–present)
Presented by Pula Film Festival Jury
First awarded 1956
Website Official Website

List of winners[edit]

The following is a list of winners of the Golden Arena for Best Production Design (also known as Scenography or Scenic design) at the Pula Film Festival.

Yugoslav competition (1980–1990)[edit]

Year Winner English title(s) Original title(s)
1956 Želimir Zagotta (shared) Don't Look Back, My Son Ne okreći se sine
1956 Ivo Spinčić (shared) Dolina miru
1957 Miomir Denić Priests Ćira and Spira Pop Ćira i pop Spira
1958 Miomir Denić Četiri kilometra na sat
1959 Vasilije Popović Mis Ston
1960 Duško Jeričević Atomic War Bride Rat
1961 Dime Šumka * Solunski atentatori
1962
1963 Mirko Lipužić * (shared) Samorastniki
1963 Miomir Denić * (shared) Nevesinjska puška
1964 Željko Senečić Pravo stanje stvari
1965 Vlatko Gilić Provereno, min nejt
1966
1967 Dragoljub Ivkov Buđenje pacova
1968 Nikola Lazarevski Makedonska krvava svadba
1969 Niko Matul Kekčeve ukane
1970 Bogić Risimović Biciklisti
1971 Miodrag Nikolić Uloga moje porodice u svjetskoj revoluciji
1972 Vlastimir Gavrik The Master and Margaret & Maestro i Margarita & Dan duži od godine
1973 Niko Matul Blossoms in Autumn Cvetje v jeseni / Jesenje cveće
1974 Vlastimir Gavrik The Dervish and Death Derviš i smrt
1975 Niko Matul Strah
1976 Dragoljub Ivkov Beach Guard in Winter Čuvar plaže u zimskom periodu
1977 Drago Turina The Rat Savior Izbavitelj
1978 Niko Matul Praznovanje pomladi
1979 Veljko Despotović Burning & The Man to Destroy Usijanje & Čovjek koga treba ubiti
1980 Mirko Lipužić Ubij me nežno
1981 Vlastimir Gavrik Crveniot konj
1982 Niko Matul (shared) Pustota
1982 Janez Kovič (shared) Pustota
1983 Niko Matul Suton
1984 Veljko Despotović Strangler vs. Strangler Davitelj protiv davitelja
1985 Željko Senečić Love Letters with Intent Ljubavna pisma s predumišljajem
1986 Dinka Jeričević Three for Happiness Za sreću je potrebno troje
1987 Kemal Hrustanović Život radnika
1988 Snježana Petrović The Harms Case Slučaj Harms
1989 Slobodan Rundo Iskušavanje đavola
1990 Janez Kovič Do konca i naprej

Croatian competition (1992–present)[edit]

Year Winner English title Original title
1991
Festival was cancelled.[A]
1992 Željko Senečić Charuga Čaruga
1993
1994
Competition program was cancelled.[B]
1995 Ivica Trpčić Anđele moj dragi
1996 Ivan Ivan Nausikaya Nausikaja
1997 Grubimix Labyrinth Mondo Bobo Mondo Bobo
1998 Vladimir Domitrović The Three Men of Melita Zganjer Tri muškarca Melite Žganjer
1999 Gorana Stepan Wish I Were a Shark Da mi je biti morski pas
2000 Ivica Trpčić Je li jasno, prijatelju
2001 Željko Senečić Slow Surrender Polagana predaja
2002 Mladen Ožbolt Winter in Rio Prezimiti u Riu
2003 Ivica Trpčić (shared) Horseman Konjanik
2003 Kemal Hrustanović (shared) Horseman Konjanik
2004 Ivo Hušnjak The Society of Jesus Družba Isusova
2005 Mario Ivezić Two Players from the Bench Dva igrača s klupe
2006 Mladen Ožbolt The Melon Route Put lubenica
2007 Tanja Lacko Play Me a Love Song Pjevajte nešto ljubavno
2008 Mario Ivezić Will Not End Here Nije kraj
2009 Velimir Domitrović Love Life of a Gentle Coward Ljubavni život domobrana
2010 Ivo Hušnjak Just Between Us Neka ostane među nama
2011 Ivo Hušnjak Lea and Darija Lea i Darija
2012 Ivana Škrabalo Cannibal Vegetarian Ljudožder vegetarijanac
2013 Mario Ivezić A Stranger Obrana i zaštita
2014 Damir Gabelica Number 55 Broj 55
2015 Ivan Veljača These Are the Rules Takva su pravila

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 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]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
  • "Internet stranice proteklih festivala i arhivski podaci" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Archived from the original on 10 July 2010. 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.

External links[edit]

  • at the Pula Film Festival official website (in Croatian)