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Zlata Filipovic

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Bosnian author who held a diary of her childhood observations from the horrors from the Siege of Sarajevo. Her function, Zlata’s Journal, was released in 1993. She had written her now-famous journal from 1991-1993, when she was between your age groups of ten and thirteen. After graduating from the College or university of Oxford, she worked well in Dublin like a documentary filmmaker. Through the Bosnian Battle, she and her family members escaped Sarajevo and resolved briefly in Paris, France. She’s been known as a Bosnian edition of World Battle II-era Jewish diarist Anne Frank.

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Full Name Zlata Filipović
Date Of Birth December 3, 1980
Place Of Birth Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Profession Children's Author
Education University of Oxford, St. Andrew's College, Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin
Nationality Bosnian
Movies Hold on Tight, The Wake, Motion Sickness
Star Sign Sagittarius

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Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Wake 2015/III Short producer completed
James Vincent McMorrow: One Thousand Times 2017 Short executive producer
The Farthest 2017 Documentary line producer
The Story of Yes 2016 Documentary producer
Somebody to Love 2014/II Documentary producer
Abacus 2013 Short producer
Motion Sickness 2012 Short producer
Hold on Tight 2011 Documentary short producer
Stand Up 2011 Short producer

Production Manager

Production Manager

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Here Was Cuba 2013 Documentary production manager
Three Men Go to War 2012 TV Movie documentary production manager
Blood of the Irish 2009 TV Series production manager - 2009

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Journey to YU: In the Footsteps of Rebecca West 2015 Documentary Herself
Tout le monde en parle 2006 TV Series Herself
Les enfants de la guerre 1996 TV Movie Herself

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Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 IFTA Award Irish Film and Television Awards Best Documentary Television The Story of Yes (2016) · Hugh Rodgers (director)
· Anna Rodgers (producer)


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