Goran Trbuljak

As a cinematographer, he made 25 feature films, including ''Lost Homeland'' (directed by Ante Babaja), ''The Rhythm of Crime'' (Zoran Tadić), ''The Stallion Didn't Like Him'' (Branko Schmidt) and ''Countess Dora'' (Zvonimir Berković). He won numerous awards as director of photography.

Goran Trbuljak was born in 1948. He obtained his degree in Graphics at the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in 1972. After two years of advanced training in painting at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts in Paris, he returned to Zagreb. In 1980 he took a degree in Cinematography at the Academy of Dramatic Arts. Since 1988 he has been a professor of Cinematography in the same department.

He won Oktavijan Award at the 11th Days of Croatian Film for his animated film Every Day by Itself, Never Together (2002). In addition to making films, he is a photographer, video artist and painter. He lives and works in Zagreb.



Liberté, égalité, fraternité. The question the author is asking is: What is the meaning of these words today, in this particular order?


Every Day by Itself, Never Together, animated (2002)
Duplex, animated (2005)
Plakatkino, exp.-animated (2006)
Revision, animated (2008)
Helixbauhaus, animated (2010)
POW's POV, experimental (2011)
L.E.F., documentary (2012)