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Hrvoje HRIBAR Film producer, Zagreb


 Graduated film directing at Academy of Dramatic Arts
 Working as a first assistant director, scriptwriter, radio play writer, cook, essayist
 Produced, directed and wrote two Adriatic documentaries ("The World is Great" and "Once there was a Man") and also his first feature "The Tranquilizer Gun"
 In his company FIZ production he produced and directed the feature comedy "What's a Man without a Moustache"
 As a director and a script writer, he is also the author of "Croatian Cathedrals" (television film produced by HRT-Croation National Television) and short film "Between Zaghlul & Zaharias" (produced by Tuna-film).
2001 he directed the TV series "New Age" (HRT production).
 "What is a Man without a Moustache" was the most attended film in Croatian cinemas for the year of 2006, and was also shown at more than 30 international film festivals world wide.


President to a Croatian Film Directors' Guild


Stop Eating, short, 1988
Croatian Cathedrals, television film, 1992
Between Zaghlul & Zaharias, short, 1994
Tranquilizer Gun, long feature, 1997
The World is Great, documentary, 1999
Once there was a Man, documentary, 2001
New Age, TV-series, 2002
What is a Man without a Moustache?, long feature, 2005


Oktavian (best Croatian film of the year) for several times (Tranquilizer Gun, Once there was the Man, Between Zaghlul & Zaharias)