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Red Dust (1999 film)

Red Dust
Directed by Zrinko Ogresta
Produced by Ivan Maloča
Written by Zrinko Ogresta
Goran Tribuson
Starring Ivo Gregurević
Kristijan Ugrina
Josip Kučan
Marko Matanović
Slaven Knezović
Music by Neven Frangeš
Cinematography Davorin Gecl
Editing by Josip Podvorac
Release date(s) October 14, 1999 (1999-10-14)
Running time 105 minutes
Country Croatia
Language Croatian

Red Dust (Croatian: Crvena prašina) is a 1999 Croatian film directed by Zrinko Ogresta. It was Croatia's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.[1]


  • Ivo Gregurević.....Kirby
  • Kristijan Ugrina.....Škrga
  • Josip Kučan.....Crni
  • Marko Matanović.....Zrik
  • Slaven Knezović.....Boss

Awards and nominations

Haifa International Film Festival

  • 1999: Won, "Golden Anchor Award" - Zrinko Ogresta

Pula Film Festival

  • 1999: Won, "Audience Award" - Zrinko Ogresta
  • 1999: Won, "Best Direction" - Zrinko Ogresta
  • 1999: Won, "Best Editing" - Josip Podvorac
  • 1999: Won, "Best Screenplay" - Zrinko Ogresta
    Goran Tribuson
  • 1999: Won, "Best Supporting Actor" - Ante Vican


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
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