Golden Arena for Best Actress

The following is a list of winners of the Golden Arena for Best Actress at the Pula Film Festival.

Golden Arena for
Best Actress
Awarded for"Performance by an actress in a leading role"
CountryYugoslavia (1955–1990)
Croatia (1992–present)
Presented byPula Film Festival Jury
First awarded1955
Currently held byDaria Lorenci Flatz (2020)
WebsiteOfficial Website

List of winnersEdit

Yugoslav Film Awards (1955–90)Edit

Year Winner English title Original title
1955 Tamara Marković The Girl and the Oak Djevojka i hrast
1956
Not awarded
1957 Ljubinka Bobić Priests Ćira and Spira Pop Ćira i pop Spira
1958
Not awarded
1959 Olga Spiridonović Miss Stone Mis Ston
1960 Dušica Žegarac The Ninth Circle Deveti krug
1961 Duša Počkaj Dancing in the Rain Ples v dežju
1962 Milena Dravić Prekobrojna
1963 Majda Potokar Wild Growth Samorastniki
1964 Olivera Marković Službeni položaj
1965 Majda Potokar (2) Lažnivka
1966 Mira Stupica Roj
1967
Not awarded
1968 Mia Oremović I Have Two Mothers and Two Fathers Imam dvije mame i dva tate
1969 Radmila Andrić Moja strana svijeta
1970 Milena Dravić (2) The Cyclists Biciklisti
1971 Dušica Žegarac (2) Opklada
1972 Božidarka Frajt Živa istina
1973 Ružica Sokić Žuta
1974 Majda Grbac Let mrtve ptice
1975 Jagoda Kaloper The House Kuća
1976 Milena Zupančič Idealist Idealist
1977 Milena Zupančič (2) The Widowhood of Karolina Zasler Vdovstvo Karoline Žašler
1978 Svetlana Bojković The Dog Who Loved Trains Pas koji je voleo vozove
1979 Gorica Popović National Class Category Up to 785 ccm Nacionalna klasa do 785 cm3
1980 Mirjana Karanović Petria's Wreath Petrijin vijenac
1981 Mira Banjac Široko je lišće
1982 Jelisaveta Sablić The Marathon Family Maratonci trče počasni krug
1983 Ljiljana Međeši Body Scent Zadah tela
1984 Sonja Savić Sugar Water Šećerna vodica
1985 Mirjana Karanović (2) When Father Was Away on Business Otac na službenom putu
1986 Mira Furlan The Beauty of Sin Lepota poroka
1987 Anica Dobra Reflections Već viđeno
1988 Neda Arnerić Aloa: Festivity of the Whores Haloa - praznik kurvi
1989 Snežana Bogdanović Kuduz Kuduz
1990 Mirjana Joković Granica

Croatian Film Awards (1990–present)Edit

Year Winner English title Original title
1991
Festival cancelled.[A]
1992 Mirta Zečević Luka Luka
1993 Alma Prica Countess Dora Kontesa Dora
1994
National competition program cancelled.[B]
1995 Katarina Bistrović-Darvaš Washed Out Isprani
1996 Nataša Dorčić Prepoznavanje Prepoznavanje
1997 Ena Begović Treća žena Treća žena
1998 Sandra Lončarić Delusion Zavaravanje
1999 Lucija Šerbedžija Madonna Bogorodica
2000 Dora Polić Cashier Wants to Go to the Seaside Blagajnica hoće ići na more
2001 Lucija Šerbedžija (2) Slow Surrender Polagana predaja
2002 Leona Paraminski Winter in Rio Prezimiti u Riu
2003 Alma Prica (2) Witnesses Svjedoci
2004 Darija Lorenci Sorry for Kung Fu Oprosti za kung fu
2005 Anja Šovagović-Despot What Iva Recorded Što je Iva snimila 21. listopada 2003.
2006 Zrinka Cvitešić What Is a Man Without a Moustache? Što je muškarac bez brkova
2007 Nataša Dorčić (2) I Have to Sleep, My Angel Moram spavat', anđele
2008 Jadranka Đokić Behind the Glass Iza stakla
2009 Dijana Vidušin Love Life of a Gentle Coward Ljubavni život domobrana
2010 Marija Škaričić Mother of Asphalt Majka asfalta
2011 Mirela Brekalo Kotlovina Kotlovina
2012 Ana Karić Night Boats Noćni brodovi
2013 Nada Đurevska A Stranger Obrana i zaštita
2014 Areta Ćurković Happy Endings Happy Endings
2015 Tihana Lazović The High Sun Zvizdan
2016 Ksenija Marinković On the Other Side S one strane
2017 Mia Petričević Quit Staring at My Plate Ne gledaj mi u pijat
2018 Doris Šarić-Kukuljica Lada Kamenski Lada Kamenski
2019 Hristina Popović The Last Serb in Croatia Posljednji Srbin u Hrvatskoj
2020 Daria Lorenci Flatz (2) Matriarch Mater

FootnotesEdit

A. ^ Although the festival was opened on 26 July 1991 and a press screening of Zrinko Ogresta's film Fragments: Chronicle of a Vanishing was held, the festival board presided by Antun Vrdoljak decided to cancel the festival in protest against the violence of the Ten-Day War which was going on in Slovenia and the initial stages of the Croatian War of Independence. Nine films were supposed to be screened in the competition program.[1]
B. ^ : The awards ceremony was cancelled in 1994 as only one Croatian feature film was made in the preceding 12 months (The Price of Life directed by Bogdan Žižić). The festival was held in spite of this, but the usual national competition program was replaced with a retrospective of animated films produced by the Zagreb School of Animated Film and a selection of documentaries, while the main program featured premieres of six American wide release movies.[2]

Multiple winnersEdit

The following actresses have received multiple awards. The list is sorted by the number of total awards. Years in bold indicate wins in Yugoslav competition (1955–1990).

ReferencesEdit

General
  • "Internet stranice proteklih festivala i arhivski podaci" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Archived from the original on 10 July 2010. Retrieved 26 May 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
Specific
  1. ^ "38. Pulski filmski festival" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Archived from the original on 21 July 2011. Retrieved 26 May 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "41. Pulski filmski festival" (in Croatian). Pula Film Festival. Archived from the original on 21 July 2011. Retrieved 26 May 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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