Slobodan Trninić

Slobodan Trninić (born 14 January 1953) is an award-winning Croatian cinematographer. Trninić graduated from the University of Zagreb Academy of Drama Arts in 1979, and his first feature film was the 1991 Yugoslav film Virgina (Serbo-Croatian: Virdžina), directed by Serbian director Srđan Karanović. That same year Trninić shot Rajko Grlić's film Charuga, and in 1993 he shot The Golden Years (Croatian: Zlatne godine; directed by Davor Žmegač), a drama for which he won the Golden Arena for Best Cinematography at the 1993 Pula Film Festival, the Croatian national film awards. He continued to work with a number of films in Croatia and abroad, and in 2010 he won his second Golden Arena for his work on Just Between Us (Croatian: Neka ostane među nama; directed by Rajko Grlić).

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