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Man Drawing

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  • 2012
  • 5'30"
  • digibeta
  • 2D, 3D
  • color
  • Orig. Title: Crtač

The animated film Man Drawing explores the history of this painting and also examines a span of history. In 1940 Man Drawing was painted in Paris; in 1944 it barely avoided destruction in Zagreb, and in 1954 it was shown at the Exhibition of Modern Art in Rijeka. The painting and its history symbolize the conflict between repression and liberty – especially creative and artistic freedom.

Ljupče Đokić
Ljupče Đokić
Zvonimir Ćuk
Character Design
Zvonimir Ćuk
Zvonimir Ćuk
Vjeran Pavlinić
Vjeran Šalamon
Sound Design
Vjeran Šalamon
Ljupče Đokić
Ars Animata Studio

Ljupče Đokić (1942) graduated in philosophy and comparative literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. As a freelance director of Filmoteka 16, production manager of Zagreb film and the founder and director of Ars Animata Studio he has produced over 100 short films in various genres and with varied thematic orientations. From 1996 he has been engaged almost exclusively in the production of around 40 animated films. He is both producer and co-author (script, direction), with Dušan Gačić, of the animated film Cristobal Colon. This film was shown at Days of Croatian Film in 2009 and at festivals in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Georgia and Romania.

Croatian film catalogue

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