How much can an ordinary man know about what is happening in the war? How much can people who were a part of the war know about what is happening in the war? How much can the people who led the war know about what is happening in the war? How much can the prosecutors of war crimes know about what happened in the war?
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Đuro Gavran was born in 1982 in Bjelovar, Croatia. In 2007 he graduated from the Faculty of Graphic Design in Zagreb, and then took an MA in documentary film at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb, Department of Film and TV Directing. He has exhibited his work at three solo and around thirty domestic and international exhibitions, and participated at a dozen film festivals. His film The Big Day, screened at the ZagrebDox 2012 Regional Competition, won the Grand Prix at the 21st Days of Croatian Film. He is one of the founders of the Pipser production company and the Priroda i društvo association, promoting natural, social and cultural values. He lives and works in Zagreb as a freelance multimedia artist.
Bojan (2010), We Wanted Workers, We Got People (2011), Celts (2011), The Big Day (2012), The Verdict (2013)