Dalibor Matanic - Director
Video - Interview
Kino Lika, censored by the establishment, loved by audiences
Born in 1975 in Zagreb, Dalibor Matanic has already made five feature films. He has received numerous prizes, including Best Film from the jury, critics and audience at the Pula Film Festival for Fine Dead Girls, deemed the most courageous step forward in the defence of human rights in the region. In 2005 he made A Hundred Minutes of Glory, written by Robert Perisci, and in 2006 I Love You, the story of a young man with AIDS.
In this interview he speaks on his latest film, Kino Lika [+see also:
film profile], which was a theatrical success in his native Croatia.