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Vladimir Stojsavljević has graduated directing at the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art. He has won a number of awards for his plays and dramatic texts. For decades he has been participating in the organization of cultural events: multimedia projects, plays, festivals such as Eurokaz, Dance Week Festival, etc., and over the last few years he has also been holding the position of the City of Zagreb Counsellor for Culture. Among his more relevant plays there are Kradljivac knjiga (The Book Thief), Trač o ljubavi (Love Gossip), Katarina Zrinska od Frankopana (Katarina Zrinska of the Frankopan Family), O tome se u našoj kući ne govori (This Is Not Talked About At Our Home), Odlazak (Departure), Zagorka na duplerici (Centrefold Zagorka), Norveške šume (Norwegian Forests) and Nikola VII. The 1993 prose text Ljetni dnevnik rata (Summer War Journal) is considered the first book written about the war in Croatia. In 2009, Stojsavljević published the acclaimed novel Pula, and in 2011 Život bez imena (Life Without a Name).