12/1 | 11:00 | The Lone Wolf
German shepherd who survived the war became a bit wild while living alone in the wilderness. It is a mountainious landscape where wolves are often attacking the sheep. A boy named Ranko befriends the wild dog and names it Hund, as written on his collar. Other villagers however mistake Hund for a wolf and organise a hunt…
Stjepan Perović, Obrad Gluščević
Director of Photography
Slavko Štimac, Željko Mataija, Ivan Štimac, Boro Ivanišević, Smiljan Čičić, Smiljka Pavičić-Budak, Edo Peročević, Slavica Fila
Obrad Gluščević (1913‒1980) was a Yugoslavian film and television director and screenwriter. Originally an actor in Dubrovnik theater, his had his first film appearance in 1947, and his directing debut in 1948. His directing career began with documentaries and shorts, some of the awarded including Cooperative of the Young (1959), Under Summer Sun (1961), Wolf (1962), and an ethnographic film People of the Neretva (1966). Gluščević is somewhat of a classic of children's films owing to his features Story About a Girl and Soap (1962), The Lone Wolf (1972) and Captain Mikula Mali (1974). He directed two television series: Captain Mikula, an extended version of the film, and Jelenko. He was given the Vladimir Nazor award for lifetime achievement in 1978. Gluščević depicted the life and mentality of the Dalmatian region in his feature comedies Mad Summer (1964), Man of the World (1965) and The Naked Man (1968).