DRAZEN KULJANIN

 
 

DRAZEN KULJANIN is a Screenwriter and director living in Sweden. Born in Bosnia in 1980 he discovered stories at an early age thanks to his grandfatherwho worked as a projectionist at the local cinema. Drazen left for Sweden in 1994 during the civil war and started making movies in his teens and continued doing so often without any crew.

2010 he graduated in screenwriting from Alma
and started writing his first feature film while making numerous short films. He loves to experiment and work with concepts and limitations.

“How to Stop a Wedding” was his directorial feature debut. The film won the best film in 1-2 competition at Warsaw Film Festival and was shot in five hours on a moving train from Malmö to Stockholm in the middle of winter. The film has a Turkish remake in the making. 


F Cancer
- Series in development
My dad is dead to me - Feature in development
Magdalenas tre ansikten - Feature in development
A Balkan noir (feature) - 2018
How to stop a wedding (feature) - 2014
2038 - 2012
Trouble! - 2012
Post it man - 2011
Before the paycheck - 2010

Awards & nominations

A Balkan Noir
Main competition Warsaw Wilm Festival
Balkan competition Sofia Film Festival
Main competition Tirana Film Festival
Sichtwechsel Award nomination Hamburg Filmfest

How to stop a wedding
Winner 1-2 competition Warsaw Film Festival

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