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Cinematography Commission of the Government of People’s Republic of Croatia (1947-1951)

Poster for the movie Ciguli miguli from 1952, the first banned film in socialist Croatia. The film, directed by Branko Marjanović and written by Joža Horvat, was meant to be the first satirical production in post-World War II Yugoslav cinema. It criticised Soviet-type bureaucracies. It was not granted a permit for public screening until 30 April 1977. It was broadcast for the first time on national television in 1989.

Location

  • Zagreb Trg Marka Marulića 21, Croatia 10000
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Languages

  • Croatian

Name of collection

  • HR-HDA-309. Cinematography Commission of the Government of People's Republic of Croatia (1947-1951)

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content

Content

  • grey literature (regular archival documents such as brochures, bulletins, leaflets, reports, intelligence files, records, working papers, meeting minutes): 10-99

Stakeholder(s) of the collection

Geographical scope of recent operation

  • national

Topics

Date of founding

  • 1947

Place of founding

Access type

  • completely open to the public

Author(s) of this page

References

Beus, Marina. 2016. “Prosvjetna politika u službi ideološkoga pre/odgoja u Hercegovini (1945.-1952.) [Educational policy in the service of social reform of education in Herzegovina (from 1945 to 1952)].” Hercegovina: Časopis za kulturno i povijesno naslijeđe (Mostar), 2: 249-285.

Dojčinović, Slobodanka. S. A. Savezna komisija za pregled filmova 1949-1971 (1944-1971): sumarno-analitički inventar [Federal Film Review Commission 1949-1971 (1944-1971): summary-analytical inventory]. Belgrade: Arhiv Jugoslavije.

HR-HDA-309. Komisija za kinematografiju pri Vladi Narodne Republike Hrvatske (arhivski fond) [HR-HDA-309. Cinematography Commission of the Government of People's Republic of Croatia (archival collection)].

HR-HDA-1394. Zbirka filmskih plakata hrvatskog filma [HR-HDA-1394. Collection of posters for Croatian motion pictures (archival collection)].

Lučić, Renata. “Ideološka tranzicija filmske kulture u RH od 1945. do 1948. [Ideological transition of film culture in Croatia from 1945 to 1948].” Diplomski rad, Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2015.

Majcen, Vjekoslav. 1987. “Tito i filmska baština [Tito and film heritage].” Arhivski vjesnik (Zagreb), 31: 7-14.

Spehnjak, Katarina. 2002. Javnost i propaganda: Narodna fronta u politici i kulturi Hrvatske 1945. – 1952. [The Public and Propaganda: People's Front in Politics and Culture in Croatia, 1945-1952]. Zagreb: Hrvatski institut za povijest – Dom i svijet.

Šarić, Tatjana. 2010. “Djelovanje Agitpropa prema književnom radu i izdavaštvu u NRH, 1945-1952. [Agitprop activity with regard to literary work and publishing in the People's Republic of Croatia in 1945-1952].” RADOVI – Zavod za hrvatsku povijest (Zagreb), 42: 387-423.

Šarić, Tatjana. 2011. “Matica hrvatska u prvim poslijeratnim godinama (1945-1948) [Matrix Croatica in the early post-war years (1945-1948)].” Arhivski vjesnik (Zagreb), 54: 115-140.

Uredba o Komisiji za kinematografiju [Directive on the Cinematography Commission], Narodne novine NRH [Official Journal of the PRC], no. 86, 1947.

Uredba o ukidanju Komisije za kinematografiju pri Vladi Narodne Republike Hrvatske [Directive on Dissolution of the Cinematography Commission of the Government of People's Republic of Croatia], Narodne novine NRH [Official Journal of the PRC], no. 2, 1951.

Wikipedia.org. “Ciguli Miguli (1952.).” Accessed on 21 October 2018.

Last edited on: 2018-12-12 19:25:31