Branislav R. Tatalović

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Branislav R. Tatalović
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Bruno Tatalović
BornБранислав Таталовић
(1966-10-24) October 24, 1966 (age 56)
Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia (today Serbia)
Bruno, B. R.
🏫 EducationDodge College of Film and Media Arts, Chapman University
💼 Occupation
Actor, screenwriter, director, producer and educator
📆 Years active  1977—present
Notable workThe Demon's Odyssey — Proteus (2014)
Lux in Tenebris — Crowny (2017)
The Kingsbury Run — Leo Zhukov (2018)
👩 Spouse(s)
Nancy J. Keller
(m. 1992; div. 2010)
🌐 Websitetatalovic.com

Branislav R. Tatalović (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранислав Р. Таталовић, Serbian pronunciation: [brǎnislaʋ r. tatalɔv̞it͡ɕ]; born October 24, 1966), also known by the nickname Bruno, is an Serbian-American actor, screenwriter, director, producer and educator.[1][2][3]

Career[edit]

He emigrated to the United States in 1988, when he was twenty-two years old. Before becoming part of the film and television world, he worked in heavy industry for a long time, and then he worked in real estate. Since the early 2000s, he has been known as a freelance multimedia artist. After earning an associate degree in photography from the Cuyahoga Community College in 1997, he graduated with a degree in art from the Cleveland State University School of Communication in 2005 and a master's degree in Film and TV Producing from Dodge College at Chapman University in Orange, California in 2009.[1]

Bruno's screenwriting, directing and production opus consists of short and feature films and documentaries, as well as music segments, while at the same time he had major and minor appearances in the works of the seventh art of American independent production. The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) recorded 52 roles, wrote a screenplay for 13, directed 26 and produced 60 films and television productions. In addition, he left his mark in editing, photography, composing and other jobs related to the creation of "moving images".

He has participated in over fifty international film festivals, including special screenings at the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) in 2005 and the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (MOCA) in 2017.

Bruno is a full-time lecturer in several courses in media and journalism studies at Cuyahoga Community College: Film Interpretation, American Film, Introduction to Media and Journalism Studies, TV Production.[2]

He is a member of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS).

Also, he is the founder and owner of a production company Belgrade & Cleveland Media Group (BCMG).[4]

He lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio.

Filmography[edit]

Actor[edit]

Year Title Role
1970s
1977 Babino Unuče Pupil
2000s
2005 The End of A. D. 2066 Latinus/Narrator
2006 Any Given Thursday Ronnie
2007 Get Him Gary
2008 Duel Wanted Man
2008 Come Clean Support Group Member
2008 3 Days Vitaly
2009 Smiles Killer
2010s
2010 Catastrophe Mr. Cat
2010 Krakow Pawel
2010 Deadly Stranger Marco Summerfield
2011 Lifestyles of Squirrels Detective Nikolaevsky
2012 On the North Coast Norman Reigns
2012 Hall of Fame Billings
2012 Dying 2 Meet U M. H. Captain
2012 Tomorrow You're Gone Used Car Salesman
2013 Three Man Monte Colvin
2013 Rued January The Chief
2013 Uncivilized Servant President Pizdun Kurovich
2013 Uncivilized Servant: Service Pack 2 President Kurovich
2014 The Experiment Doctor
2014 The Demon's Odyssey Proteus
2015 Sympathy Mephisto
2017 Carcass Hitman
2017 Lux in Tenebris Crowny
2017 Monongahela Radio Announcer (voice)
2018 Acts of Violence CSI/Detective
2018 The Kingsbury Run Leo Zhukov
2018 The Final Goodbye W. "The Wizard" Schelnick
2020s
2020 Rebirth Caretaker Ghoul
2020 Worst. Christmas. Ever. Mayor McHenry
2020 The Shoes The Serb

Screenwriter[edit]

  • 2005 The End of A. D. 2066
  • 2008 Funky-Fast-Femme
  • 2012 Dying 2 Meet U
  • 2018–2019 KinoDrome
  • 2019 On Target
  • 2020 The Damned Thing
  • 2020 The Damned Thing is of Such a Color!

Director[edit]

  • 2004 Terminal Cell (216)
  • 2005 Remember... Memento Mori!
  • 2005 The Bad Guy Speaks
  • 2005 The End of A. D. 2066
  • 2006 B.A.T.: B.A.T.: If I Could Be a White Button
  • 2007 Sasha in da House!
  • 2007 Dreamlike
  • 2008 Funky-Fast-Femme
  • 2008 Yu Rock Reunion
  • 2008 I’ll Get You Harry!
  • 2008 B.A.T.: Balkan Rock Nostalgia
  • 2009 Oochie
  • 2012 Dying 2 Meet U
  • 2013 Independence Day
  • 2016 Revolution
  • 2017 Lux in Tenebris
  • 2018 One Minute — One Story
  • 2018–2019 KinoDrome
  • 2018–2019 Conversations 101
  • 2019 On Target
  • 2019 Sweet Slavic Secret
  • 2020 The Damned Thing
  • 2020 The Damned Thing is of Such a Color!

Producer[edit]

  • 2004 Terminal Cell (216)
  • 2005 The Bad Guy Speaks
  • 2005 The End of A. D. 2066
  • 2006 B.A.T.: If I Could Be a White Button
  • 2007 Sasha in da House!
  • 2008 Funky-Fast-Femme
  • 2008 Yu Rock Reunion
  • 2008 B.A.T.: Balkan Rock Nostalgia
  • 2009 His Man Friday
  • 2009 Fiasco
  • 2009 Oochie
  • 2009 Forgiveness
  • 2009 Don't Touch It
  • 2010 Tri-C 7/7 News
  • 2010 What Is Bullying?
  • 2010 A T.A.D.D. Long Journey
  • 2010–2016; 2019 Tri-C WestViews
  • 2012 Dying is a Process
  • 2012 Dying 2 Meet U
  • 2012 Bloody, Bloody Mary
  • 2016 In Lux We Trust: The Making of Lux in Tenebris
  • 2017 Lux in Tenebris
  • 2018 The Kingsbury Run
  • 2018–2019 KinoDrome
  • 2018–2019 Conversations 101
  • 2019 On Target
  • 2019 Sweet Slavic Secret
  • 2019 The Coroner's Assistant
  • 2019–2020 One Minute — One Story
  • 2020 The Damned Thing
  • 2020 The Damned Thing is of Such a Color!

Awards and recognitions (selection)[edit]

He is a multiple laureate of festival awards and recognitions in the field of independent film.[5] Some of them are:

  • Best Comedy: Fiasco (Jury Award, International Student Film Festival Hollywood, Los Angeles, 2009)
  • Best Student Short: Fiasco (Jury Award, Fallbrook International Film Festival, Fallbrook, CA, 2010)
  • Best Short Film: Fiasco (Jury Prize, Las Vegas International Film Festival, 2010)
  • Best Short Family Film: Don't Touch It (1st Place, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, Cleveland, OH, 2010)
  • Audience Choice: Fiasco (International Award, Sioux City International Film Festival, Sioux City, IA, 2010)
  • Best Student Short: Fiasco (Jury Award, White Sands International Film Festival, Las Cruces, NM, 2011)
  • Best Feature Screenplay – Drama: Fridden Hills (Honorable Mention, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, 2012)
  • Best Ensemble Cast: Uncivilized Servant (The Horror Project Judge's Award, 48 Hour Film Project, Cleveland, 2013)
  • Best Ohio Cinematography: Dying 2 Meet U (1st Place, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, 2013)
  • Trailer: Maintenance Man (1st Place, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, 2013)
  • Best Short Screenplay – Crime Drama: Natasha's Tears (1st Place, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, 2015)
  • Short Film: Fiasco (Honorable Mention, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, 2015)
  • Honorable Mention: I'll Get You Harry! (Film Award, International Horror Hotel, Hudson, OH, 2017)
  • Best Feature Screenplay: American Woman: The Norma Jean Story (Bonehead Award, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, 2017)
  • Screenplay Over 20 Pages – Best Drama: Hiding in the Spotlight (Jury Prize, Northern Virginia International Film & Music Festival, Fairfax, VA, 2018)
  • Best Short Screenplay – Drama: On Target (1st Place, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, 2018)
  • Best Feature Screenplay: Hiding in the Spotlight (Screenplay Competition, Barcelona International Film Festival, 2019)
  • Best Editing: Ohio Film: On Target (Star Award, Indie Gathering International Film Festival, 2019)
  • Biographical / Historical Screenplay: Hiding in the Spotlight (Park Avenue Award, New York Screenplay Contest, 2019)

Academia[edit]

  • Faculty Recognition for publicly recognized work from Cuyahoga Community College in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017 and 2018
  • Nomination (by students) for Ralph M. Besse Award for Teaching Excellence in 2013 and 2016
  • Award of Tenure from Cuyahoga Community College District Board of Trustees in 2014
  • Indie Filmmakers' Hall of Fame Award for Teaching from Indie Gathering International Film Festival in 2016

Interesting facts[edit]

  • When he was nine years old, Bruno was at the Concert at Hajdučka česma, and almost thirty years later (2006) he made a documentary about the Bijelo Dugme rock band.
  • At eighteen, he worked as a metal worker during the day and ran an illegal video club in the evening.[6]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Alumni Spotlight — Bruno Tatalovic, Chapman University, June 6, 2016. Retrieved: April 7, 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Branislav "Bruno" Tatalovic's biography, Cuyahoga Community College. Retrieved: April 7, 2021.
  3. Branislav R. Tatalović's official biography, Official Site of B. R. Tatalovic. Retrieved: April 7, 2021.
  4. Indie Film "Dying 2 Meet U" has Medina Ties, The Medina Post, 14 February 2013. Retrieved: April 8, 2021.
  5. Awards, IMDb. Retrieved: April 15, 2021.
  6. Trivia, IMDb. Retrieved: April 15, 2021.

External links[edit]


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