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David Lušičić

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David Lušić was born in 1976 in Rijeka, Croatia. He graduated in scenography from the Central Saint Martins University in London and architecture from the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana. He is currently finishing MFA study of documentary filmmaking at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. He is the author of numerous multimedia projects in Zagreb, Rijeka, London, Ljubljana and Seville. In 2008, he founded the Zebra Creative Network, an organization that opened the Greta Gallery as a space for contemporary artistic presentations and independent audiovisual production. He is the author of several short films and the producer and author of the concept for the fiction omnibus film Transmania (2016).

Statute -experimental documentary. Using small cameras in the London underground could be seen as a potential act of terrorism.The author of this documentary has been detained by the police of Westminster underground station while he was filming the interior of the station for his college research. After several hours of examination, the police have confirmed that he was just a student of Sceno...
17. LFF , Opatija Summer Stage
Akademija dramske umjetnosti u Zagrebu , Zebra Creative Network
2019, 13`
A short atmospheric documentary that follows the segments of night life in Zagreb through a testimony of one rape attempt. The story unfolds what happened in one night bar, where few people stayed for a drink after closing time. It combines abstract captures of nightlife scenes with a narration of one witness who reveals his version of the truth.
18. LFF , Opatija Summer Stage
(Croatian Premiere)
Akademija dramske umjetnosti, Zagreb , Zebra Creative Network
2020, 14`
This short documentary essay follows the process of installing a monument of the first Croatian President, Franjo Tudjman in Zagreb, just before its unveiling. It brings out a critical social context by using video footage that guides us from the very beginning of the process till the end when we see protests of crowds and police corridors protecting this piece of sculpture from human presence....