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andro m bioAndro Martinović, diplomirao Opštu književnost i teoriju književnosti i Filmsku i TV režiju.

Direktor Crnogorske kinoteke.

Vanredni profesor na Fakultetu vizuelnih umjetnosti i Univerzitetu Donja Gorica u Podgorici.

Objavljuje tekstove kao saradnik u stručnim časopisima i publikacijama.

Autor kratkometražnih filmova koji su prikazani u zvaničnoj selekciji više od dvadeset prestižnih međunarodnih festivala (Ueska, Monpelje, Rim, Sarajevo, Drama, Tanger, Motovun). Za film „Netaknuti suncem“ nagrađen Zlatnom plaketom Beograda za najbolji kratki igrani film. Film „Maske“, odabran je za European Short Film Tour i otkupljen je za prikazivanje u tridesetak zemalja. Koautor, u saradnji sa Brankom Baletićem, dokumentarnog filma „Crna Gora i Veliki rat“, nagrađenog Specijalnom nagradom na Festivalu istorijskog i vojnog filma u Varšavi 2016. godine.

Debitantski dugometražni igrani film Andra Martinovića “Između dana i noći” premijerno je prikazan 2018. godine u takmičarskoj selekciji 42. Filmskog festivala u Montrealu, učestvovao je na više međunarodnih festivala i osvojio četiri nagrade. Bio je crnogorski kandidat za nagradu Američke filmske akademije za 2019. godinu.


 

Andro Martinović, Montenegro.
Graduated World Literature and Film and TV Directing.
Director of the Montenegrin Cinematheque.
Professor at the UDG and the Faculty of Visual Arts.
Author of several award-winning short films, which are screened in the competition selection at more than twenty prestigious international film festivals. Coauthor of the documentary “Montenegro and The Great War”.

He published articles in newspapers and professional journals.

“Neverending Past” is his first feature film, supported by the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro and Film Center Serbia. The project was developed in cooperation with CineLink Industry Days – Sarajevo Film Festival.


Filmography:
Untouched by Sun (Netaknuti suncem - 2002, short)
Duellum (2004, animated short)
Masks (Maske – 2009, short)
Montenegro and the Great War (Crna Gora i Veliki rat – 2014, documentary)
Neverending Past (Između dana i noći – 2018, fiction)

• Festivals: Belgrade (Golden Plaque of Belgrade, 2002), Huesca (Spain, official selection), Montpellier (France, official selection), Tangier (Morocco, official selection), Drama (Greece, official selection), Sarajevo (Bosnia & Herzegovina, official selection), Festival on Wheels (Turkey, official selection), Motovun (Croatia, official selection), Reykjavik (Iceland, special screening), European Short Film Festival (Berlin), Warsaw (International Historical and Military Film Festival – Special Award, 2016), Montreal (First Fiction Film Competition), FEST (Belgrade, Competition), CineDays (Skopje, CineIndustry Film Market), South East Europe Film Festival (Paris – Best Feature Film, 2019), Ravno Selo (Best First Fiction Film, 2019), Green Montenegro IFF (Zabljak – Special Mention, 2019), Cottbus (Special Programme), Vrnjačka Banja (Film screenplay festival) etc.