Presentation on theme: "The Zagreb Film Studio By: Christian Hiebner, Brittany Mulligan, and John Yankowski."— Presentation transcript:
The Zagreb Film Studio By: Christian Hiebner, Brittany Mulligan, and John Yankowski
Location of Zagreb
Overview Founded in Profile of an animated film company. produced 600animated films. 600documentaries. 800 television commercials. 600 educational films. 14 feature films.
Zagreb Members Dusan Vukotic Nikola Kostelac Vjekoslav Kostanjsek Braca Neugebauer Ico Voljevica Vlado Kristl Aleksandar MarksZlatko Bourek Vladimir JutrisaNedeljko Dragic
Zagreb Trademark Each author from Zagreb worked on their own unique style and had their own view on the art of animation. A long tradition of visual arts that are related to animated film. illustrations. comics. graphic design. caricature.
Zegreb Films the OSCAR-nominated Satiemania (1978) by Zdenko Gasparovic. The comically violent film is based on the piano music of Eric Satie, it is a satirical portrait of the city-jungle with its excesses, the brothels and bars. Typhus (1963): is a tribute to the dead of WW2. Used powerful black/white images similar to woodcuts, show the eerie world of hallucinations caused by typhoid. The Zagreb films were influenced by the UPA style and Disneys or Ward Kimballs more stylized shorts but still an influence of modern European art in their designs.
Famous Feature Created in 1967 by Zlatko Grgic. An amusing professor who solved various imaginative problems. A global success. Other major series Hound for Hire Inspector Mask The Little Flying Bears Professor Balthazar
Famous Feature By Dusan Vukotic; a story of a tourist on a beach who "inflates" an entire village. A passionate love develops, provoking jealousy, vengeance, and finally tragedy. In the end, a small nail reminds every one of the artificiality of the world that has been created. Oscar Winner for the best animated short film in Academy Award 1961 First Prize, San Francisco 1962 First Prize, Belgrade 1962 City of Zagreb Award 1962 Special Jury Award, Oberhausen 1963 First Prize and Audience Award, Prague 1971 Special Merit Award, Philadelphia Ersatz (Surogat)
Accomplishments Zagreb Film received more than 400 awards on festivals all over the world. an Academy Award - Oscar for Ersatz (Surogat) Giannalberto Bendazzi, a highly regarded Italian reviewer for animated films had 8 Zagreb films in his 1999 list of 88 biggest animated films in the history of world animation The Zagreb School of Animation. trademark for top grade and innovative animated films.
Zagreb World Festival of Animated Films Stared by Zagreb Film in 1972, and was organizing it until Other companies took over the festival organization, Zagreb Film has stayed involved Zagreb Festival is considered one of the four most significant animated film festivals in the world
Oscar Academy Award
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