Exhibition in honour of the late actor Nebojsa Glogovac

The photo exhibition “Nebojsa Glogovac”, staged in honour of the one of the best Serbian actors, the late Nebojsa Glogovac, will open on Friday, December 21st,  at Dvorana Kulturnog Centra.

At the opening of the exhibition, which will include more than forty photos and stills from Glogovac’s films and performances, film director Rajko Grlić and photographer Maja Medić, the exhibition’s author, will talk about the life and the work of the actor. After this, there will be a free screening of the film “The Constitution of the Republic of Croatia” which is heralded as one of the best Glogovac’s movies.

“At the end of the year when we lost our great actor Nebojsa Glogovac (1969-2018), while leaving a legacy of dozens of top roles on film, television and theatre, this photo exhibition we want to shed light to his greatest achievements such as his roles in  “The Great Robbery”, the series “Better Life” and the movie “Vukovar, a story”, plus the four Yugoslav Drama Theatre awards , two Milos Zutic awards, two Sterijino Pozorje awards, the Zoran Radmilovic Award, as well as the Car Konstantin award, six Grand Prix awards at the Nis Film Festival and finally the Golden Arena in Pula for the role in “The Constitution of the Republic of Croatia, directed by Rajko Grlic”, the press release from the exhibition organizers, the Belgrade Cultural Centre and the Yugoslav Drama Theatre says.

The exhibition was supported by the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia and will be opened until 5th March.

The Belgrade Culture Centre appeals to the visitors that, due to the limited capacities and the great interest in the free screening of the film “The Constitution of the Republic of Croatia” they should take their tickets at the box office of the Belgrade Culture Centre, every day from 4 pm to 8 pm.  

(Blic, 20.12.2018)

https://www.blic.rs/kultura/vesti/nebojsa-glogovac-na-fotografijama-izlozba-posvecena-prerano-preminulom-glumcu/r1re66v

 

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