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Goran Paskaljević is a Serbian film director. He was raised by his grandparents in Niš, following the divorce of his parents, and 14 years later returned to Belgrade where he worked in his stepfather's cinema. He graduated from the Film Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU). He directed many documentary films and TV dramas for TV Belgrade. His first feature film was Beach Guard in Winter, released in 1976. It was entered into the 26th Berlin International Film Festival.Two years later, his film The Dog Who Loved Trains was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival in 1978.
April 22, 1947, Belgrade, Serbia
1973 The ServantWriter and Director 1976 The Beach Guard in WinterDirector 1977 The Dog Who Loved TrainsDirector 1980 Special TreatmentCo-Writer and Director 1982 Twilight TimeDirector and Screenplay 1984 The Elusive Summer of '68Writer and Director 1987 Guardian AngelDirector and Writer 1992 Tango ArgentinoDirector 1995 Someone Else's AmericaDirector 1998 Cabaret BalkanDirector and Screenplay 2002 Bitter HarvestWriter and Director 2004 Midwinter Night's DreamProducer, Director, and Screenplay 2006 The OptimistsScreenplay and Director 2009 HoneymoonsDirector and Screenplay 2019 Despite the FogDirectorLimited to the 15 most popular items