Mario Pucic

Mario Pucic



Mario Pucic is one of the most successful Croatian filmmakers of all time. He is known for his unique visual style and his ability to create compelling stories.

Born in Dubrovnik, Croatia in 1969, Pucic was always interested in the arts. He received his degree in film production from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb. After graduating, he began his career as an assistant director on the television show "Kud puklo da puklo" (When the Roof Caves In).

In 1998, Pucic wrote and directed his first feature film, "Vukovar: The Way Home." The film told the story of a group of people who attempted to return to their homes in the Croatian town of Vukovar after it was destroyed in the war. The film won numerous awards and was widely praised for its unique style and powerful storytelling.

Since then, Pucic has gone on to direct several other successful films, including "The Perfect Circle" (2003), "The High Sun" (2015), and "The Constitution" (2018). His films often explore themes of identity, belonging, and the human condition in the face of adversity.

In addition to his film work, Pucic has also worked in television. He directed episodes of the popular series "Nova TV" and "Kud puklo da puklo." He also wrote and directed the miniseries "Karlo and Jo┼ża" in 2002.

Pucic's films have been widely acclaimed by audiences and critics alike. His films have won numerous awards, including the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

Pucic is currently in post-production on his next film, "On the Milky Road," which is scheduled to be released in 2020. He is also working on a new television series, "The Paper House," which is set to premiere in 2021.

Mario Pucic is one of the most acclaimed and successful filmmakers in Croatia today. His films are praised for their visual style and powerful storytelling, and he continues to be an important figure in the Croatian film industry.

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