Masterclass: Zlatko Burić Kićo

What It Means to Be a Cinematographer

26/10 | WEDNESDAY 

16:00 – 18:00 | masteclass | CINEMA TUŠKANAC
18:00 – 20:00 | screening of Pusher | DOKUKINO KIC

open to the public


In collaboration with the Royal Danish Embassy, the actor Zlatko Burić Kićo (PusherDirty Pretty Things, Quit Staring at My Plate, Triangle of Sadness) will hold a lecture. In a conversation with moderator Hrvojka Begović, Zlatko Burić will discuss his acting career from the very beginnings until today, his experiences with working in both theatre and film, and the differences between working on small independent productions and large international ones. He will share his work processes with the audience and also address his personal and professional inspirations and life choices. Burić’s latest film, the Palme d’Or laureate Triangle of Sadness directed by Ruben Östlund, will screen in ZFF’s Main Program.

photo: Vjekoslav Skledar


Croatian film and theatre actor born in 1953. He is one of the founders of the Zagreb alternative theatre troupe Kugla Theatre. After the breakup of the group, he moved to Denmark with his wife. He earned his professional breakthrough with a prominent role in Nicolas Winding Refn’s Pusher trilogy (1996), followed by a string of film and TV projects, including Stephen Frears’ thriller Dirty Pretty Things (2002). He has appeared in a number of notable roles in Croatian films, including Hana Jušić’s Quit Staring at My Plate (Venice 2016 – FEDEORA Award). His most recent role is in this year’s Cannes laureate, Triangle of Sadness (Golden Palm 2022) directed by Ruben Östlund.

photo: Zvonimir Ferina


Born in Zagreb in 1982. She graduated in acting from the Academy of Dramatic Art and Philosophy and Sociology at the Faculty of Humanities in Zagreb. She worked in public and media relations for various film festivals (ZFF, ZagrebDox, MFF, Animafest, RAF). Since 2012, she has been a member of the Zagreb Youth Theatre ensemble. She appeared in a number of independent theatre productions and films. In 2014, she was nominated for a Croatian Actor Award for the leading female role in the graduation play Tartuffe. Her filmography includes: The Stamp (2019), Flowers (2015).