Marko Naberšnik

Marko Naberšnik (born 1973 in Maribor) is a Slovenian director of TV and film who might still be best known for his first film, Rooster's Breakfast.[1] He is also a screenwriter.

Career

He attended an 8-week film-making program at New York Film Academy, which he had learned of from a German film magazine called Cinema.[2] He has done a good deal of TV work as well as films. Besides Rooster's Breakfast his films include the World War I drama The Woods Are Still Green[3] and Shanghai Gypsy. He completed his M.A. from the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television, Ljubljana in 2010.[4]

References

  1. ^ Slovenian Film Centre
  2. ^ New York Film Academy blog
  3. ^ Review in the Hollywood Reporter
  4. ^ Cleveland International Film Festival

External links

  • IMDB page


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