Dalibor Matanic

Dalibor MATANIC (1975, Croatia) was educated in Film and Television Directing at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb. In 2000 his feature film debut Cashier Wants to Go to the Seaside was released and the film won numerous international awards. His short film The Party (2009) was shown at the Cannes Film Festival. His eighth feature The High Sun (2015) won the Un Certain Regard Jury Prize at Cannes.


(selection) Metropolis (1998, co-dir), Sretno!/Good Luck! (1999, short doc, co-dir), BAG (1999, short doc, co-dir), Blagajnica hoce ici na more/Cashier Wants to Go to the Seaside (2000), Tisina/Silence (2000, short), Fine mrtve djevojke/Fine Dead Girls (2002), Susa/Drought (2002, short), Sto minuta slave/Hundred Minutes of Glory (2004), Djevojcica s olovkama (2004, short), Volim te/I Love You (2005, TV), Kino Lika/The Lika Cinema (2009), Tulum/The Party (2009, short), Majka Asfalta/Mother of Asphalt (2010), Caca/Daddy (2011), Mezanin/Mezzanine (2011, short), Majstori/Handymen (2013), Zvivdan/The High Sun (2015)