Gordhan Mihik, a playwright, director and professor of the Dramatic Arts Faculty in Belgrade, passed away on Sunday, August 11, following a sudden illness.
Mihik has written numerous books that will be remembered, such as "The Dog Who Loved the Train" (1983), "The Happy Nova" (1949).
He also wrote plays for "Poor Little Hamster" and "Roof Terrace".
He is the author of films and screenwriters for Black Cat, White Cat, Bye Eliot for me, Nemanjeets, Birth of the Kingdom, Absuristan, and Military Academy.
He has also won numerous awards: 1st prize for the screenplay of Film Con Knocking Freedom, Film Screenplay Festival, Vrunjaka Banja, 1979: Balkan Express Film Screenplay, Film Screenplay Festival, Vranjaka Banja, 1983 First Prize. , Pula, 1986. Screenplay Happy New Year & # 39; s First Prize for 49, Film Screenplay Festival, Vrunjka Banja, 1986. Screenplay Black Cat White Cat's First Prize, 23rd Festival, Film Screenplay Festival, Vrunjka Banja 1999. Overall Crystal Prize. General Chat Chat Lounge Contribute to the domestic film.
He has also written screenplays for Wounded Earth, Love Stars, Alien America, Deceptive Summer, Truckers, The Hanging Room, Balkan Express, Time to Love Love, The Jaguar Jump, The Gray Home, and God Creates a Coffee Singer, A Bug. When I Forgot Dead and White, strike, tango argentino, insult diary, open door.