Stole Popov

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Stole Popov
Stole Popov.jpg
Born Stole Popov
(1950-08-20) 20 August 1950 (age 66)[1]
Skopje, Republic of Macedonia[1]
Other names Stole Popov
Occupation Film director
Years active 1974 – present
Website http://stolepopov.com/

Stole Popov is a Macedonian film director.

Biography[edit]

Stole Popov (Macedonian: Столе Попов) was born 20 August 1950 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. He graduated film directingat the Academy of Theatre, Film & Television in Belgrade.[1] He is currently a film directing professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Skopje and chief of Film Directing Studies. Also, he is a member of the European Film Academy since 1997.[1] Stole Popov has won over 50 high European and World Awards and significant recognitions.[1]


Films[edit]

Main article: FIRE (film)
(documentary) – 1974
Gold Medal – Yugoslav Film Festival, Belgrade; Grand Prix – Tuzla, Bosnia
Yugoslav candidate for Oscar Nomination
  • Australia, Australia[1]
Main article: Australia, Australia
(documentary feature film) – 1976
Grand Prix – Gold Medal – Yugoslav Film Festival, Belgrade
Yugoslav candidate for Oscar Nomination
Main article: Dae (film)
(documentary) – 1979
OSCAR Nomination in 1979, American Film Academy
Grand Prix – World Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany
Grand Prix – Balkan Film Festival- Ljubljana,Slovenia
Silver Boomerang – Melburn, Australia
Gold Medal – Yugoslav Film Festival, Belgrade
Special Dioloma – London, England
  • The Red Horse[1]
Main article: The Red Horse (film)
(feature film) 1980
Macedonian Nacional Award, Skopje; International Film Guide ’83 – Best World Selection – London
Film on the Balkans – Anthology of 24 films, Dina Jordanova, London
Farewell Yugoslavia – Viennale ’93, Anthology of 33 films, Vienna
  • Happy New '49[1]
Main article: Srećna nova '49.
(feature film) – 1986
Grand Prix – Golden Arena at the Yugoslav Film Festival - Pula, Croatia
Grand Prix – Porto Alegre, Brasil; Milton Manaki - Critics Award
Golden Gladiator – Award of the Yugoslav Film Academy
Yugoslav candidate for Oscar Nomination
Anthology of Middle European Film – Sasa Petrovic, FEST Belgrade
Farewell Yugoslavia – Viennale ’93, Anthology of 33 films, Vienna
Grand Prix – Yugoslav Actors Film Festival – Nis
Main article: Tattoo (1992 film)
(feature film) – 1992
FELIX Nomination in 1992 - European Film Academy
Grand Prix – Yugoslav Film Festival, Herceg Novi, Montenegro
Grand Prix – Yugoslav Actors Film Festival, Nis
Macedonian candidate for Oscar Nomination
Farewell Yugoslavia – Viennale, 93 Anthology of 33 films, Vienna
  • Gypsy Magic[1]
Main article: Gypsy Magic
(feature film) – 1997
Grand Prix – Antigone d’Or- Mediterranean Film Festival, Montpellier, France;
Jury Award – International Film Festival, Izmir, Turkey
Best Selection 1997 – European Film Academy, Berlin
  • To the Hilt[1]
(feature film) – 2014

Videos[edit]

Skopje[edit]

Grand Prix – Yugoslav Video Festival, Belgrade

Gipsy song[edit]

Best Macedonian Music Video – Skopje

References[edit]

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