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  • 2008
  • 20'
  • color
  • Orig. Title: Krupni otpad

Kralj, an energetic businessman, unexpectedly gets into trouble: both his wife and his mistress saw through his lies at the same time. It was one of those days when absolutely everything goes wrong. Waste is a story in which people do not meet or talk to each other, but try to solve their accumulated problems using only text messages.

Igor Mirković
Igor Mirković
Silvestar Kolbas
Ivana Fumić
Production Design
Ivo Ujević
Costume Design
Larija Tatar
Hrvoje Štefotić
Elvis Bošnjak, Veronika Seferović, Fata Seferović, Lucija Šerbedžija, Marija Kohn
Marina Andree Škop, Darija Kulenović Gudan, Nenad Sili
Studio dim
Vizije S.F.T.
Studio dim

Igor Mirković (1965) has graduated in Political Science from the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb. While working as a journalist, he made and edited a number of television broadcasts that won awards in Croatia and abroad. He made his first documentary, Orbanići Unplugged, in 1998. Since then, his career has been oriented more towards film than journalism. In 2001, he and Rajko Grlić co-directed the acclaimed documentary Who Wants to Be a President?, shown at a number of Croatian and international film festivals. In 2003, he made the documentary Lucky Child which had a successful theatrical run in Croatian cinemas. He has also directed short films Solid Waste (2008) and Bill Collector as part of the omnibus Zagreb Stories (2009). He is the director of the International Motovun Film Festival. In 2012, he directed his first feature film Night Boats.

Croatian film catalogue

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