Skinhead's Diary

A documentary in a form of a diary, depicting the life of a skinhead and the informal skinhead subculture in Zagreb.

His name is Gordan. They call him Rambo. He is a skinhead. In this film he manifests his hatred against minorities – ethnic (Serbs, Jews and Roma) and sexual ones (homosexuals). He is angry at the government because they won't let him express his views in public. At the same time, he denies the same right to all those he considers lesser people and supports using force to deny them that right as well as the right to live.


Silvio Mirošničenko

A film director with an exceptional sensibility for portraying unusual people. His documentaries (''The Barge Keeper'','' Railway Patrolman'', ''Edo Maajka' 'and 'Skinhead's Diary'') were shown and awarded at the most important Croatian and international film festivals.
Original title: Dnevnik jednog skinsa
Year of production: 2008.
Screening time: 30'
Format: video
Production: Factum
Co-financiers: City of Zagreb Office for Education, Culture and Sport, Ministry of Culture of Republic of Croatia
Written and directed by: Silvio Mirošničenko
Produced by: Nenad Puhovski
Cinematography by: Goran Trbuljak, Rambo, Silvio Mirošničenko
Edited by: Mirna Supek Janjić
Original score: White Power
Sound editors: Dubravka Premar, Gordan Fučkar
Researchers: Martina Validić, Maja Kadoić
Assistant editor: Antun Balog
Production assistant: Vanja Daskalović

Festivals & Awards:

ZagrebDox 2008; KRAF (Kragujevac Review of Anti-war Film), 2008; Kratkofil Plus 2011, Banja Luka; Antifascism Days 2012, Opatija