- Tadic, Radovan
- (August 30, 1949, Zagreb, Croatia, Yugoslavia-)Having trained as a musician for ten years, he studied cinema, the history of art, and comparative literature at the University of Zagreb (1967-1969). After assisting director Krsto Papic (Illuzija / illusions, 1967) and publishing film criticism, he filmed his first short (Afternoon Games). In 1969, he moved to Paris, where he worked as a correspondent for Radio Zagreb (1972-1975) and edited more than 400 commercials, including fifty he directed (thirty trailers must be added to his credit). He collaborated as co-screenwriter on two scripts: The Face for the World to See (unfilmed Hubert Cornfield project) and Tajna Nikole Tesle / The Secret Life of Nikola Tesla / The Secret of Nikola Tesla (Krsto Papic, Yugoslavia, 1980). Croatian director Zoran Tadic (1941-2007) was his cousin.Filmography1981 ◘ Monsieur Marco (documentary; short; also screenwriter)1983 ◘ Un Petit Prince (documentary; short)◘ La Consultation (short; also screenwriter, editor)◘ Mood Indigo 87 (docu-fiction; also screenwriter)1990 ◘ Erreur de Jeunesse (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist, co-cinematographer; shot in 1988)1993 ◘ Les Vivants et les Morts de Sarajevo (documentary)Television Filmography1997 ◘ Animal Connection 77 (documentary)2002 ◘ New York, Année Zéro / The Time Is Always Now (documentary)2004 ◘ Petits Morceaux choisis / Ten Easy Pieces (documentary)
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