28 January 1943 |
Kriva Palanka, Yugoslavia
Education and career
Cenevski studied at the Architecture and Civil Engineering in Skopje. He began his career as an assistant director on television productions and documentaries in the late '60s. Cenevski made his feature-film debut as a director with Upho Ceme/Spawn of the Devil in 1971. Though his subsequent filmography is sparse, Cenevski was active in theater and television. At one time, Cenevski chaired the Union of Macedonian Film Workers. One of the highpoints of his career was his "Golden Lens" award in 2013, which Cinematheque of Macedonia awarded for outstanding contribution to the Macedonian cinematography.
His most notable feature film was Black Seed (Crno seme, 1971) for which he won the Golden Arena for Best Director at the 1971 Pula Film Festival. The film was also entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival. Cenevski's filmography consisted of the following:
1970 : The cost of the city (Assistant Director,)
1971 : Black Seed (Director, Screenplay)
1975 : Yad (Director, Screenplay) 1975 : Leopold Sedar Senghor (Direction)
1976 : Fazil Hysni Daglardzha (Direction)
1976 : Eugenio Montale (Director, Screenplay)
1978 : Dzhafra (Direction)
1979 : Rafael Alberti (Direction)
1979 : Eugene Gilvik (Direction)
1980 : Lead Brigade (Director, Screenplay)
1982 : Bridges - Struga Poetry Evenings ( Director,)
1984 : Huaskaran - Andy '82 (Director, Screenplay)
1985 : Node (Direction)
Cenevski received the following awards:
1971 FYFF Pula, Golden Arena for directing / "Black Seed"
1971 FYFF Pula, gold crown for best debut director / "Black Seed"
1971 IFF Moscow Award "Phoenix" for best debut director / "Black Seed"
1972 IFF Avellino, Laceno D'Oro Award for directing / "Black Seed"
1972 Oscar nominee Yugoslavian 72 / "Black Seed"
1972 Award for October 11 "Black Seed"
1976 Karlovy Vary IFF, Special Award for the film / "Yad"
1980 FYFF Pula, Prize "Prvomajska" the film with modern themes / "Lead Brigade"
1980 Award of miners in the film Rasha / "Lead Brigade"
1980 Silver Medal of CIDALC / "Lead Brigade"
Movies: 1987 Hemteks, directing, documentary, film Vardar
- "Cyril Cenevski". Cinematheque of Macedonia. Retrieved 2 August 2013.
- "Kiril Cenevski Biography". All Movie by Rovi. Retrieved 2 August 2013.
- ""Golden Lens" for Cenevski". Novatv. Retrieved 2 August 2013.
- "18. Festival igranog filma u Puli" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Retrieved 24 May 2010.
- "7th Moscow International Film Festival (1971)". MIFF. Retrieved 2012-12-23.
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