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Goran Paskaljević

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Goran Paskaljević (Serbian Cyrillic: Горан Паскаљевић; pronounced [ɡɔ̌ran paskǎːʎɛvit͡ɕ]; 22 April 1947 – 25 September 2020) was a Serbian-French movie director. He was born in Belgrade.

Paskaljević lived between Belgrade and Paris and he held both Serbian and French citizenship. As of 2008 he was named Officer of the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.[1]

He died on 25 September 2020 in Paris, aged 73.[2]

List of movies[change | change source]

Year Film Director Writer Producer Awards / Notes
1976 Beach Guard in Winter Yes No No Golden Arena at Pula Film Festival
1977 The Dog Who Loved Trains Yes No No Bronze Arena at Pula Film Festival, Golden Berlin Bear nominee
1979 The Days on Earth Are Flowing Yes Yes No Bronze Arena at Pula Film Festival
1980 Special Treatment Yes Yes No Golden Arena at Pula Film Festival, Palme d'Or nominee
1982 Twilight Time Yes Yes No
1984 The Elusive Summer of '68 Yes No No
1987 Guardian Angel Yes Yes Yes
1989 Time of Miracles Yes Yes Yes
1992 Tango Argentino Yes Yes Yes Audience awards at Venice Film Festival and San Francisco International Film Festival
1995 Someone Else's America Yes No No Golden spike at Seminci
1998 Cabaret Balkan Yes Yes Yes Golden Anchor Award at Haifa International Film Festival
2001 How Harry Became a Tree Yes Yes No Best screenplay winner at Ghent International Film Festival
2004 Midwinter Night's Dream Yes Yes Yes Special Prize of the Jury at San Sebastián International Film Festival
2006 The Optimists Yes Yes Yes
2009 Honeymoons Yes Yes Yes Grand Prize of the Jury at Les Arcs European Film Festival
2012 When Day Breaks Yes Yes Yes Audience Choice Prize at Les Arcs European Film Festival
2016 Land of the Gods Yes Yes No
2019 Nonostante la nebbia Yes Yes Yes

References[change | change source]

  1. Аранђеловић, И. "Паскаљевићу уручен француски орден". Politika Online. Retrieved 2019-10-25.
  2. "Umro Goran Paskaljević". 2020-09-25.

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