The Peaks of Zelengora

The Peaks of Zelengora (Serbian: Врхови Зеленгоре/Vrhovi Zelengore) is a 1976 Yugoslav war drama directed by Zdravko Velimirović.[2][3]

The Peaks of Zelengora
Directed byZdravko Velimirović[2]
Produced by
  • Nikola Popović
Screenplay by
Starring
Music by
CinematographyNenad Jovičić
Edited byKatarina Stojanović
Production
companies
Release date
  • June 2, 1976 (1976-06-02)
[1]
Running time
1 h 41 minutes
CountryYugoslavia
LanguageSerbo-Croatian

PlotEdit

During the 1943 Battle of Sutjeska, Yugoslav partisan troops must endure 24 hours of heavy attacks by German troops on the hill called Ljubin Grave.[3]

CastEdit

CreditsEdit

  • Screenplay: Zdravko Velimirović, Mladen Oljača, Đurica Labović, Aleksandar Vukotić
  • Director of photography: Zoran Jovičić
  • Music: Zoran Hristić[2]
  • Film editor: Katarina Stojanović[2]
  • Sound recording: Duško Aleksić
  • Boom operator: Milan Tričković
  • Assistant directors: Krsto Petanjek, Đorđe Vujović
  • Costumes: Ljiljana Dragović[2]
  • Makeup artist: Šuco Šarkić[2]
  • Camera operator: Stevan Lepetić
  • Script supervisor: Ranka Velimirović
  • Assistant to the director: Milorad Laković
  • Assistant camera: Nikola Đurašković, Marko Živković
  • Assistant editor: Peca Aleksić
  • Set dresser: Asim Babić
  • Gaffer: Boško Kovačević
  • Special effects: Islam Ibračić, Vlatko Miličević
  • Set construction: Lelo Adil
  • Armourer: Stojan Mrba
  • Wardrobe: Zvonimir Meštrović, Ramiza Kalamujić
  • Props: Mirsad Huković
  • Figurines: Vera Jovičić
  • Unit menager: Simo Cvjetković
  • Production menagers: Slobodan Roganović, Savo Popović, Maric Perić

RewardsEdit

DedicationEdit

This film is dedicated to the defenders of Ljuba's grave during the fateful battle of Sutjeska.

Special thanksEdit

  • Military consultant Maj. General Milan Vukotić. "The Production thanks the Yugoslavian People's Army for their collaboration during of this film."

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Vrhovi Zelengore (1976)". Idem u kino. May 26, 2013. Retrieved February 23, 2020.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "67. Pulski filmski festival". Pula Film Festival. May 20, 2019. Retrieved February 23, 2020.
  3. ^ a b "Vrhovi Zelengore". RTS (Radio-televizija Srbije). September 19, 2015. Retrieved February 24, 2020.
  4. ^ Monaco, James (1991). The Encyclopedia of Film. New York: Perigee books by The Putham Publishing Group. p. 69. ISBN 978-0399516047. Retrieved February 23, 2020.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g "U okviry proslave dvadesetogodisnjice postojanja, "Zeta Film" organizuje od 16. do 27. VIII 1976. Smotru filmova sa ovogodisnjeg XXIII Festivala u Puli" (PDF). Primorske Novine, List SSRN Opstine Budva, Godina V, Broj 87, 10. Avgust 1976. Strana 7 (JU Narodna Bibioteka Budve). August 10, 1976. Retrieved February 24, 2020.

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