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Zagreb Film Festival
16. - 21. Listopad 2006

SC - Savska 25
10000 Zagreb

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Main programme Jury

Producer Catherine Jacques worked variously as production manager and line producer on films by Werner Herzog, Nikita Mikhaelkov, Francisco Norden, Valeria Sarmiento, and Paulo Rocha. In 1993 she established her own production company, producing numerous shorts and features including Ivan Tcherkelov’s “Pierres qui roulent” (Berlin Film Festival) Claire Simon’s “Sinon Oui” (Cannes Film Festival) and Philippe Grandrieux’s “Sombre” and “La Vie Nouvelle”, both of which screened in numerous festivals worldwide (Locarno, Toronto, Rotterdam, New York, and many others). Since 2005, Catherine Jacques has been responsible for the organization and running of the Cinéfondation Atelier du Festival de Cannes. In 2006, she joined forces with Alain de la Mata (Blue Light & Wild Bunch) to create Mandrake Films. Mandrake has several projects currently in development including new films from Didier Flamand, Marylin Manson and Philippe Grandrieux.

Andy Gordon has worked in TV production in the UK for a number of years helping research and produce a number of high profile programmes for the likes of BBC and ITV. Andy has continued to work in film and produce a number of shorts. ‘Guardian Angel’ a thought provoking drama won several international production awards including the coveted Silver Plaque for best short at The Chicago International Film Festival. It was screened at selected cinemas and on ITV. ‘Hibernation’ released last summer has been winning acclaim globally, collecting over 15 international awards including best short film at Edinburgh, Manhattan, Rhode Island, Zagreb, Brest European Short Film Festival and La Public award for best International film at this years Clermont Ferrand. Andy co founded the feature film company Sound Films and its newly formed sister company Sound Talent. |

Antonio Nuić, director and scriptwriter. Born in Sarajevo 1977. He graduated in film and TV directing from Academy of dramatic arts in Zagreb. He is a member of Croatian Film Directors Society. All For Free is his first long feature film.

Filmography and Awards:

On The Spot, 12 min., 1998.
His first short film, won awards on the Croatian student film festival FRKA for Best film, Best screenplay, Audience choice award and it was shown on several student festivals.

Give Them Dinamo Back, 28 min, 1999.
A TV drama which won Audience award on the Croatian student film festival FRKA.

Sex, Booze And Short Fuse, 23 min, 2002.-2004. (omnibus)
A low budget omnibus based on tree different stories produced with only 100 000 EUR and filmed on HD technology. He is a scenarist and director of the third story.

1999 – 2004 – directs TV shows, music and promotional videos.

All For Free, 94 min., 2006.

Great Golden Arena for best movie,
Golden Arena for best director,
Golden Arena for best screenplay
Golden Arena for best female supporting role in Pula Film Festival
Heart of Sarajevo for best male leading role in Sarajevo Film Festival.

Alexey Fedorchenko was born in Sol'-lleck, Russia, in 1966. He graduated economy in Yekaterinburg in 1988 and script writing from the Russian Film Institute in 2000. He currently works as a director of documentary and feature films for the Sverdlovsk Film Studios and as a script writer. His film 'Prvi na Mjesecu'(Pervye na Lune) won Golden Pram for Best Documentary Film at the third Zagreb Film Festival.

Žiri programa "Kockice"

Ivan-Goran Vitez
is the director of the controversial short film 'Seal Slaughter' and of the documentary on Pula Film Festival ‘Little Hands’, which was never publicly screened due to unfortunate circumstances. When he does not direct he works as an assistant director on Croatian film and TV production s. He worked as a co-script writer and assistant director in the first season of the popular sitcom ‘Bitange i princeze'. His film 'Last Communion' won at the third Zagreb Film Festival in the program Checkers in Croatian film competition.

Martin Milinković was born in Zagreb in 1972. He is director of cinema distribution of Continental Film, in charge of the distribution of the films from the following American film studios: 20th Century Fox, Buena Vista International and Sony Pictures Releasing International. He also supervises synchronization of children films of the mentioned studios. He has written on film in the magazines Studio, Heroina, Croatian Film Almanac and Globus . He currently writes on music for the magazine Elle, as well as edits and runs the show on film music on Radio 101, Zagreb.

Šelo Hadžiselimović was born in Zagreb in 1950. He graduated Comparative Literature and the English Language from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb . He has worked on TV Zagreb, later Croatian TV, since 1974. He is the editor of the Foreign Program of the Croatian TV.






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