Pavao Štalter

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Pavao Štalter (Karanac, 25 November 1929)[1] is a Croatian animator, director, screenwriter, scenographer and artist. He is known for his many animation shorts he produced at Zagreb Film.[2]

Filmography[edit]

  • "Stvari" (1965, main artist)
  • "Veliki i mali manevri" (1966, main artist)
  • "Kutije" (1967, screenwriter, director, main artist)
  • "Maska crvene smrti" (1969, co-director, main artist, main animator)
  • "Scabies" (1970, co-director, main artist, co-animator)
  • "Duša" ( 1970, screenwriter, director, main artist)
  • "Mačka" ( 1971, main animator)
  • "Kubus" (1972, screenwriter, director, main animator)
  • "Konj" (1972, screenwriter, director, main animator)
  • "Love Story" (1973, main animator and co-director with Zlatko Bourek)
  • "Dolazak Slavena" (1975, main artist, main animator)
  • "Kulturna baština Hrvata - arhitektura" (1975, main artist, main animator)
  • "Kulturna baština Hrvata - kiparstvo" (1975, main artist, main animator)
  • "Feudalno društvo I." (1976, main artist, main animator)
  • "Feudalno društvo II." (1976, main artist, main animator)
  • "Sedam plamenčića" (1976, screenwriter, director, main artist, main animator)
  • "Medvjedić Bojan" (1975-1983, Children's cartoon, 15 episodes; main artist)
  • "Baltazar spotovi" (1973, screenwriter, director, main artist)
  • "Miš na Marsu" (1976-1979, Children's cartoon, 20 episodes; main artist)
  • "Baltazarov sat" (1979, screenwriter, main artist, director)
  • "Izgubljeni zec" (1979, screenwriter, main artist, director)
  • "Ptica" (1979, screenwriter, main artist, director)

Štalter worked as a scenographer for many other works, such as Inspektor Maska.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Volk, Petar (1986-01-01). Istorija jugoslovenskog filma (in Serbian). Institut za film.
  2. ^ Animation Journal. AJ Press. 1996-01-01.

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