Zoran Tadić (2 September 1941 – 9 September 2007) was a Croatian film director, critic, and pedagogue.
Zoran Tadić is considered as one of the most important Croatian film directors, having directed more than twenty films from 1969 to 1997. He studied comparative literature and philosophy in Zagreb. He began his career as a critic and publicist in 1961, and then as an assistant, assistant director and co-writer.
Tadić is best known for Rhythm of a Crime (1981), a science-fiction thriller based on a short story by Pavao Pavličić.
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Ivica Vidovic (2005)
The Third Woman (1997)
A Man Who Liked Funerals (1989)
The Convicted (1987)
Don't Give in, Flockey! (1986)
Dreaming the Rose (1986)
The Third Key (1983)
The Rhythm of Crime (1981)
The Rat Savior (1976)
The Plaits (1974)
A Postman from the Rocky Wasteland (1971)
American Woman (1970)
Hitch... Hitch... Hitchcock (1969)
Accidental Life (1969)
Black Birds (1967)
Ne daj se Floki
Deathday2007-09-07 (66 years old)
Place of birthLivno, Bosnia and Herzegovina
CitizenshipsKingdom of Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Croatia
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