Snjezana Tribuson
Director , Scriptwriter , Costume Designer



Snjezana Tribuson was born on February 8, 1957 in Bjelovar, Croatia. She graduated in film and TV directing from the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art in 1981, where she has been teaching film and TV directing since 2004. She has directed a number of TV dramas and films, including “Bad News or International Women’s Day” and “Three Love Stories”, which have also received the Oktavijan award. She has also worked on a number of TV shows and series. Her first feature film, “Recognition”, was awarded three Golden Arenas in 1996. The film “The Three Men of Melita Žganjer” (1998) has received seven awards, while her latest film, “God Forbid a Worse Thing Should Happen”, has won two Golden Arenas. She and Goran Tribuson cowrote the scripts for 55 episodes of the successful sitcom “Take a Rest, You Deserved It”. She has also directed about twenty episodes of the series. In 2016 she has completed her newest feature film "All the Best" for which she wrote the script.


With the support of the Eurimages Fund of the Council of Europe

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