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No Man's Land: Midnight Grey

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  • HR
  • 2015
  • 15'
  • color
  • war drama
  • Orig. Title: Ponoćno sivo

During the war in Bosnia, members of the Croatian Defence Council embark on a search for alcohol in no-man’s land. They stumble across a demolished bar between the lines with the Bosnian Army. A conflict with their comrades-in-arms soon erupts at the border.

Branko Ištvančić
Josip Mlakić
Irena Škorić
Branko Cahun
Silvije Magdić
Sound Design
Ivica Drnić
Dalibor Grubačević
Costume Design
Felicita Glavaš
Production Design
Zvonko Sarić
Đorđe Kukuljica, Aleksandar Bogdanović, Jasmin Telalović, Nikša Kušelj, Slaven Knezović
Artizana film
Hrvatski audiovizualni centar (HAVC)

Branko Ištvančić (1967)
Graduated in film and TV directing from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb in 1999. Deeply rooted in the Croatian documentary tradition, Ištvančić pays special attention to the humane, but also uses humour in the treatment of his subjects. His documentaries include the award-winning short film Wellman (2003) and the critically acclaimed The Cormorant Scarecrow (1998). His first feature film The Ghost in the Swamp (2006) was Croatia’s second-highest grossing film at the box office in 2006 and marked the resurgence of interest in home-produced feature films for children. His short fiction film Recycling (2009) was part of the omnibus Zagreb Stories.

Selected Filmography – Branko Ištvančić

  • The Bridge at the End of the World (2014) – feature film
  • Album (2011) – documentary feature
  • The Ghost in the Swamp (2006) – feature film
  • Wellman (2003) – documentary feature
  • The Cormorant Scarecrow (1998) – documentary feature
  • Saying Goodbye (1993) – fiction short

Croatian film catalogue

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