Conhecido(a) por: Writing · Nascimento: 1936-09-13 · Local de nascimento: Paklenica, Croatia
Também conhecido(a) como: Ned Drag
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Nedeljko Dragić is a Croatian director, animator, cartoonist and illustrator. Since 1953 he has been a cartoonist and had exhibitions and published a book called "Lexicon for Illiterate People" in 1966. In 1960 he began working as a designer and animator at Zagreb Film, contributing to the works of N. Kostelac, I. Vrbanić, B. Dovniković and others. Since 1965 he has become one of the most important representatives of the Zagreb School of Animation. His works rank among the most original among world animation. He is the creator of the award-winning films "Tamer of Wild Horses" (1966), "Perhaps Diogenes" (1968), "The Days Are Going" (1969), "Tup Tup" (1972), "The Diary" (1974), "Put k susjedu" (1982), "Pictures of Memories" (1989) and others, as well as a series of short films ("Per aspera ad astra", "Striptiz", 1969), of which he was the scriptwriter, cartoonist and animator. He developed a distinctive visual style in which animation grows from the caricatures with pronounced symbolic elements, and linking art and poetic elements usually varies the theme of the absurdity of man's fate in modern civilization. His films have been awarded at international festivals in Annecy, Oberhausen, Zagreb and elsewhere, and "Tup Tup" received an Academy Award nomination in early 1973. He wrote the screenplays of several films by other authors (e.g., "A Man Who Had to Sing", 1971, M. Blažeković), author of the comic book series "Tupko", and book illustrator). Since the beginning of the 1990s he has lived and worked in Germany. He was given the Vladimir Nazor Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2013.
Filmes e Séries de TV
Souvenirs, memories, nostalgia, alienation, the ephermal quality of life ...these are the subjects of this animated diary. The film is not made in the usual way (screenplay, storyboard) and was born a...
Man: The Polluter
A richly illustrated cartoon film that enlarges on man's capacity to foul his own nest, and to ignore it. Made by a joint team of Canadian and Yugoslav animation artists, the film transmits its warnin...
The Man Who Had to Sing
Still in the delivery room, he started singing his song. And on he went his entire life. The song is not ugly, the voice is not unpleasant, but everything is constantly the same. He is trying to blend...