Over a dozen years after the Balkan War, thousands of people gathered on Zagreb’s main square to watch a live broadcast of the International Criminal Court in The Hague’s verdict in the case against Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markač, Croatian generals previously sentenced to years of imprisonment for alleged war crimes. The film records the emotional eruption caused by the judges’ decision.
Zagrebdox 2013 – Special Mention
Đuro Gavran was born in 1982 in Bjelovar, a Croatian town in the former Yugoslavia. He graduated with a Film and TV Directing Degree from the Academy of Dramatic Art, University of Zagreb and its Graphics Faculty. He directed five documentaries and two experimental works. Apart from film, he works in other visual arts such as photography, graphics and installations.
2005 Staklena Balerina / Glassballetdancer (short)
2010 Bojan (doc., short)
2011 Kelti / The Celts (doc., short)
2012 Vieliki Dan / The Big Day (doc.)
2013 Werdykt / Presuda / The Verdict (doc., short)