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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Želimir Žilnik is a Serbian film director and one of the major figures of the Yugoslav Black Wave. He is noted for his socially engaging style and criticism of censorship that was commonplace during the Yugoslav communist era. Subsequently, following the abolition of communist one-party system, he was an outspoken critic of Slobodan Milošević-led regime in Serbia. Description above from the Wikipedia article Želimir Žilnik, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
September 8, 1942, Nis, Serbia
1969 June TurmoilDirector 1969 Early WorksWriter and Director 1975 InventoryWriter and Director 1977 The Comedy and Tragedy of Bora JoksimovicWriter and Director 1983 Second GenerationWriter and Director 1985 Taiwan CanastaGrađevinski inspektor 2 1986 Good Morning, BelgradeDirector and Writer 1988 Brooklyn - GusinjeWriter and Director 1993 Tito Among the Serbs for the Second TimeDirector and Writer 1998 WanderlustWriter and Director 2005 Kenedi, Lost and FoundDirector and Writer 2005 Europe Next DoorDirector and Writer 2007 Censored without CensorshipHimself 2007 Kenedi Is Getting MarriedWriter and Director 2015 Logbook_SerbistanWriter and DirectorLimited to the 15 most popular items