Snježana Martinović

Snježana Martinović (born 11 June 1967) is an actress who has appeared in Bosnian-Herzegovinan, Croatian, French, German, Italian and Slovenian films and theatre productions.[2]

Snježana Martinović
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Martinović in 2013
Born (1967-06-11) 11 June 1967 (age 55)[1]
EducationAcademy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo[1]
OccupationActor, director, professor
Years active1985–present
Websitewww.snjezanamartinovic.com

FilmEdit

Film
Year Title Role
1988 Vizantija (Byzantium)[2]
1988 Azra[2] Ana
1990
2007
Belle epoque, ili poslednji valcer u Sarajevu[3]
(Belle Epoque, or the Last Waltz in Sarajevo)
Jovanka Čabrinović[3]
1991 Praznik u Sarajevu (Holiday in Sarajevo)[2] Sabina Sestic
2013 Obrana i zaštita (A Stranger)[2] Secretary

TheatreEdit

Sarajevo National Theatre
Year Title Role Director
1987 Hasanaginica (The Hasanaginica) Robinjica Boro Stjepanović
1988 Sluškinje (The Servant-girls) Gospodarica Boro Stjepanović
1989 A Midsummer Night's Dream Helena[a] Drago Boldin
1989 Zašto (Why) [b] Snježana Martinović
1990 Mjesečeva predstava (The Moon's Performance) Livija[c] Mladen Materić
1990 Demoni (The Demons) Jena [cast][d]
1991 Ludi od ljubavi (Fool For Love) Mey Snježana Martinović[e]
1991 Romeo and Juliet Juliet Pjer Žalica
[a] guest performance in the Novi Sad Festival
[b] examination performance, presented by the Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts at an international meeting of the Performing Arts Academies of Poland, Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, on the topic of stage composition
[c] guest performances in cities including Lyon, Paris, Skopje, and Toulouse
[d] direction mentor: A. Glamočak
[e] direction mentor: Mladen Materić
Performances at other theatres
Year Venue Title Role Director
1991 National Theatre Mostar Zločin na kozijem otoku (Crime on the Goat Island) Pia [cast]
1994 Theaterhaus Stuttgart Bosnien, hungrig und nackt, Trunken von Schlaf (Bosnia, Hungry And Naked, Drunk Of Sleeping) Werner Schretzmeier
1995 Theaterhaus Stuttgart Dirty Dishes Diana Werner Schretzmeier
1995 Théâtre Prémol a Grenoble Les oiseaux de Vratnik (The Birds Of Vratnik)[f] Maria Gojko Bjelac
1996 Telo Tanz Studio Stuttgart Die Schneekonigin (The Ice Maiden)[g]
1998 Croatian National Theatre in Mostar Fernando Krapp mi je napisao ovo pismo
(Fernando Krapp Wrote Me This Letter)
Julija Robert Raponja
1999 Croatian National Theatre in Mostar SOS Centrala (The SOS Central) [assistant director]
1999 Sarajevo National Theatre — MES 1999 La strada (The Road) Gelsomine Gojko Bjelac
2001 Plesni studio Ljubljana — društvo B51 Slovenija (Dancing Studio of Ljubljana — B51 Association) Simultan Ona Maruša Oblak
2001 Gledališče Koper (Koper Theatre, Slovenia) Enajsta šola (The Eleventh School) Cesarica I, Elizabeta, Cesarica II Katja Pegan
2008 Mostar Youth Theatre Jelinek's Jackie[h] Snježana Martinović
2009 Kazališne igre festival in Jajce Njegove tri sestre (Chekhov's Three Sisters) Olga[i][2] Scott Fielding
2012 Croatian National Theatre in Mostar Nigdje nikog nemam (Have I none)[2] Sara Dragan Komadina
2015 Puppet Theatre Mostar Murlin Murlo Snježana Martinović[2]
[f] the play selected for Grenoble's 12th Festival of Theatre Europeen 1996
[g] choreography by Ursula Bischoff
[h] play by Nobel laureate Elfriede Jelinek, based on the life of Jackie Kennedy
[i] Martinović won an award for this performance (see below)

Martinović has also been involved in theatre productions at Associazione Juliet, Muggia, and at Open Stage Obala, Sarajevo.[1]

Other workEdit

As of April 2015, Martinović was teaching film and theatre courses at United World College in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.[2] She has previously taught at Mostarskoj Dramskoj Akademiji (Drama Academy of Mostar).[2]

AwardsEdit

  • 2010 Award for the best actress in BiH (character Olga, Njegove tri sestre, director Scott Fielding) during the Kazališne igre festival in Jajce.[2][4]
  • 2007 Award for the best film (Belle epoque, director Nikola Stojanović, character Jovanka) at a festival in Novi Sad, Serbia
  • 2007 Award Mravac for the best actress (character Jackie, director Snježana Martinović — independent project) on festival author poetics in Mostar, BiH

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Snježana Martinović u predstavi austrijske nobelovke (Snjezana Martinovic in the performance of the Austrian Nobel prize winner)". ljubuski.info. 13 December 2008. Retrieved 19 September 2015.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Interview: Snježana Martinovic — director of the play Murlin Murlo". SC-KC.info. SC Kulturni Centar. 8 April 2015. Retrieved 18 September 2015. (translated into English by Google Translate)
  3. ^ a b DeCuir, Greg, Jr. (30 August 2009). "Nikola Stojanović: Belle Epoque, or the Last Waltz in Sarajevo (Belle epoque, ili poslednji valcer u Sarajevu, 2007) review". KinoKultura.com. Retrieved 18 September 2015.
  4. ^ "Snježani Martinović nagrada za najbolju žensku ulogu". PATRIA.ba. 20 December 2010. Retrieved 8 May 2013. (translated into English by Google Translate)

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