Vlad Paskaljevic is Toronto based, awarded director and producer.
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Absence Is Present (short fiction - 19')
Manulife Student Film Award - Toronto Film Critics Association
Thesis Prize - Dean's Award - York University
A student OSCAR, an official American Awards candidate - York University
Sisters (TV movie, feature fiction '84)
Awards at Actors’ Films Festival in Niš:
NAISSA Grand Prix for the best actor - Ljubomir Bandović
Best main actress - Ivana Vuković
Best supporting actress - Ana Mandić
Devil's Town (feature length fiction - '82)
written, directed and edited by Vlad Paskaljevic
World Premiere: Karlovy Vary IFF 2009, Competition - East of The West
Palm Springs IFF 2010 – Honorable Mention of the Jury
Trieste, Alpe Adria Cinema 2010 – First Prize
Naissa 2009 – Grand Prix for best actor - Lazar Ristovski
Novi Sad, Cinema City, 2010 – Special Mention for supporting actor to Vlastimir Velisavljević
Athens, Panorama of European Films – 2009 FIPRESCI Award
Tirana IFF 2009 – Media Award
IFF Herceg Novi 2009, Montenegro – Best Directing Award
Castellinaria FF 2010 - Grand Prix
Pecz 2011 – Kodak Award, Cinematography
Montreal WFF 2009 – Official Selection, World Cinema
IFF Rotterdam – Official selection – Bright Future section 2010
Chicago IFF - World Cinema Selection 2010
Seattle IFF – World Cinema Selection 2010
Transilvania IFF – Official Competition 2010
Mostra de Valencia 2010 – Panorama Mediterranea (Competition)
European Film Forum Scanorama, Lithuania - 2009
European Film Festival – Palić 2009 – International Competition
Montpellier Festival du Film Mediteranee 2009 – Official Selection
Geneve - Cinema Tous Ecrans - Regards d’Aujourd’hui – 2009
Kiev, Molodist –Official Competition 2009,
Bergen IFF, Norway - October 2009
Innsbruck IFF, Austria 2009
Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, South Korea 2010
Kaohsiung FF 2010
The Optimists (feature, fiction 96')
written by Vlad Paskaljevic
directed by Goran Paskaljević
Grand Prix, Golden Spike, Valladolid 2006
Best Actor, Lazar Ristovski, Valladolid 2006
Yound Audience's Prize 2006
Critic's special mention, Athens 2006.
Reflet D'or for the best production, Geneva 2006
FIPRESCI prize, Geneva 2006
Young jury Award Mention, Geneva 2006
Audience's Award, Festroia 2007
Toronto International Film Festival, 2006. “Masters”
Pusan International Film Festival 2006. “Masters”
Valladolid Film Festival 2006.
Kobenhavn, 2006. “Masters”
Athens Panorama of European Film, 2006. official competition
Cinema Tout Ecran, Geneva 2006.
Rotterdam Film Festival, "Kings and Aces" 2007
Tribeca Film Festival, N.Y. 2007
Festroia 2007, seccao oficial
How Harry Became A Tree a.k.a. Bitter Harvest (feature fiction 96')
edited by Vladimir Paskaljevic
Venice film festival, 2001, official competition
Dolphins Are Mammals (short fiction '12)
directed by Vlad Paskaljevic
FIPRESCI international critics special mention, Montréal, Canada, 1997.
Audience's prize, Capalbio, Italy 1998.
Yugoslavian candidate for 'Oscar' in category of short films 1998.
World Film Festival, Montréal, Canada, 1997.
Clermont-Ferrand short film festival, official competition, 1998.
Oberhausen, Childrens programme competition 1998.
St. Petersburgh, official competition, 1998.
Montpéllier film festival, hors competition, 1997.
Capalbio, Italy, official competition 1998.
Belgrade short film festival, 1997. salon odbijenih.
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