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Boris Poljak


Born in 1959 in Split, where he finished high school and graduated from law school. Since 1978 he has filmed and directed over ten amateur movies with the Split Cinema Club, until he started working as a professional filmmaker in 1988. As a director of photography Boris filmed over fifty short documentary and experimental films and three feature films. He has directed five films, three of them as co-author with Damir Čučić. For his work Boris received nine awards at different festivals. He lives and works in Split.

Hrvatski filmski savez
2009, 15`
Splitska plaža na Žnjanu nastala je nasipanjem mora. Nije posebno uređena te služi i kao parkiralište što joj daje socijalni karakter gradske plaže za ne baš imućne građane. Objekti snimanja su ljudi tj. kupači uhvaćeni jakim teleobjektivom u uobičajenim radnjama koje se odvijaju na plaži. Kupači, more, automobili i brodovi titrajući u vrelini ljetnog dana poput pokretne poentilističke slike, s...
«Autofocus» is a short documentary film about the church of Saint Nicolas from the 12th century, visited every year by many tourists. It is located on a picturesque hill with a pine tree growing right next to it. The camera witnesses the transformation of the site into what appears to be a stage where unusual events occurs and tourists become actors in a play.
COMPETITION , Opatija Summer Stage
The film takes place at famous beach in Split in the first moments of sunrise. The entire image seems a bit surreal. On the one hand, young people, sleep deprived and hungover, are preparing to leave so that they can go to bed, and on the other hand there are old people whose day is just beginning. A combination of young and old in such a place, at such an unusual time of day (sunrise) in a way...