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Mirjana Karanović Actress Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Biography & more

Mirjana Karanović is a Serbian actress, film director and screenwriter. Considered one of the best Serbian and Yugoslavian actresses of all time, she is probably the best known for her performance in .

Mirjana Karanović
Name : Mirjana Karanović
Birth Date : 28 January 1957
Birth Place : Belgrade, Serbia
Nationality : NA
Height : 1.66 m
Occupation : Actress


Mirjana Karanović Movies and TV Shows

  • A Good Wife [April 2016 (Serbia)]

    A woman has to decide what to do after she learns of her husband's war crimes.

  • All That Jack's [1980]

    Majstori, majstori is a 1980 Yugoslav comedy film directed by Goran Marković.

  • Better Than Escape [15 July 1993]

  • Cabaret Balkan [1 August 1998 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

    On a harsh winter night in Belgrade, Serbia, an ex-con working as a taxi driver (Nebojsa Glogovac) has a series of bizarre encounters with tragic passengers from all walks of life, each a part of a patchwork of stories. Elsewhere, Ana (Mirjana Jokovic) survives a bus hijacking, only to find herself caught between a drug dealer and an angry boyfriend. And on the other side of town, passionate showman Boris (Nikola Ristanovski) struggles to entertain a tough crowd in a smoky cabaret.… MORE

  • Catalina [18 September 2017]

  • Cure - The Life of Another [23 October 2014 (Switzerland)]

    Teens Linda and Eta are inseparable friends, though they have plenty of disagreements, but one horrific argument has unexpected consequences.

  • Death of a Man in the Balkans [16 November 2012 (Serbia)]

    Death of a Man in the Balkans is a 2012 Serbian black comedy film with elements of drama written and directed by Miroslav Momčilović. Following showings on the film festival circuit throughout summer 2012, the film had its Serbian premiere on 16 November 2012, after which it went into general theatrical release.

  • Fraulein [25 January 2007 (Germany)]

    Das Fräulein or Fräulein was directed by Swiss filmmaker Andrea Štaka in 2006, and won seven awards.

  • Go West [May 2005]

    A gay Muslim (Mario Drmac) poses as a woman while staying in his lover's (Tarik Filipovic) Bosnian village.

  • Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams [1 March 2006 (Sarajevo)]

    A full decade after the ethnic conflict that left the city of Sarajevo in ruins, the widowed Esma (Mirjana Karanovic) and her adolescent daughter, Sara (Luna Mijovic), struggle to survive in a country still raw from the violence. Esma attempts to scrape together the money for an expensive school trip by taking a job in a sleazy, mob-connected disco. While Esma gingerly enters a relationship with bouncer Pelda (Leon Lucev), Sara meets her first love, fellow outcast Samir (Kenan Catic).… MORE

  • Here and There [1 March 2009 (Serbia)]

    Robert tries to make money by marrying someone who needs U.S. immigration papers, and a young Serbian emigrant tries to earn money in New York City to pay for his girlfriend's passport.

  • Jar Full of Air [2007]

  • Jednog lepog dana [1988]

  • Life Is a Miracle [14 May 2004 (France)]

    Engineer Luka (Slavko Stimac) is building a scenic rail line linking a small Bosnian town to Serbia. He loves his high-strung wife, Jadranka (Vesna Trivalic), and is proud of his son, Milos (Vuk Kostic), an aspiring soccer star. But chaos strikes when his wife runs off with a cymbal player, the Balkan conflict breaks out and Milos becomes a soldier and then a POW. A plan by officials to free Milos by trading him for a captive Muslim woman is complicated when Luka and the captive fall in love.… MORE

  • Life Is Beautiful [14 September 2012 (India)]

    Srinu, a college student, moves to his uncle's house in Hyderabad and meets various people in the neighbourhood, rich and poor alike.

  • Loveless Zoritsa [20 March 2012 (Serbia)]

    Ever since her first love drowned in the river, Zoritsa has been called "the kiss of death," and each new suitor winds up dead. Mane, a city policeman, is dispatched to find out whether the young woman is a serial killer or someone with a curse.

  • Mare [12 March 2020 (Switzerland)]

  • Marjuca or Death [30 June 1987]

    Marjuca or Death is a 1987 Croatian film directed by Vanča Kljaković.

  • Mirush [2 March 2007 (Norway)]

    A 15-year-old boy travels to Norway seeking the father that abandoned his family.

  • Monument to Michael Jackson [16 October 2014 (Hungary)]

    Marko hopes building a monument to Michael Jackson will help revive his town and relationship with his estranged wife.

  • Next to Me [23 September 2015 (Serbia)]

    After being attacked by group of masked hooligans, Olja discovers that some of her students were responsible. She decides to teach them a lesson by locking them in the school building and confronts them.

  • On the Path [20 February 2010 (Bosnia and Herzegovina)]

    Suspended from his job, a man (Leon Lucev) finds temporary work in an Islamic community.

  • On the Road to Katanga [1987]

  • Petria's Wreath [6 February 1983 (USA)]

    Petria's Wreath, is a 1980 Yugoslav film directed by Srđan Karanović. It won the Big Golden Arena for Best Film, with Mirjana Karanović picking up the Golden Arena for Best Actress at the 1980 Pula Film Festival.

  • Requiem for Mrs. J. [16 March 2017 (Serbia)]

    A woman plans to commit suicide when her family's problems become overwhelming.

  • Second Chance [Marija Dzidzeva]

  • Someone is Still Waiting [9 June 2009]

  • Stizu Dolari [Mihailo Vukobratović]

  • Strawberries in the Supermarket [24 August 2000]

    The mysterious and enigmatic July sells a Mayan ring to a shy, young, college professor Daniel, to help him find true love. What follows is a tumultuous romantic quest that traverses all of Europe.

  • The Absurd Scam [Michael Offer]

  • The Diary Of Diana B. [18 July 2019]

    The Diary of Diana B. is a 2019 biographical film directed by Dana Budisavljević. The film tells the story of the aid operation of humanitarian Diana Budisavljević for the rescue of more than 10,000 - mainly Orthodox Christian Serbs - children from concentration camps in the Independent State of Croatia during WWII.

  • The Fall of Italy [7 July 1981]

    The Fall of Italy, is a 1981 Yugoslav war film directed by Lordan Zafranović. It won the Big Golden Arena for Best Film at the 1981 Pula Film Festival.

  • The Legendary Life of Ernest Hemingway [1 October 1988]

  • The Little One [November 1991]

  • The Meeting Point [February 1989 (Yugoslavia)]

    Sabirni centar is a 1989 Yugoslavian fantasy/comedy-drama film directed by Goran Marković, starring Rade Marković, Bogdan Diklić, Dragan Nikolić, Mirjana Karanović and Anica Dobra. It is based on Dušan Kovačević's play of the same title translated in the U.S. as The Gathering Place. It is published by Samuel French.

  • The Promised Land [1986]

    Farmers in Yugoslavia resist the Communist government's foundation of collective farms.

  • The Reaper [25 July 2014]

    Three stories taking place in one night gradually build a bleak picture of Ivo's life.

  • The Tree and the Swing [August 2013 (Canada)]

    Eleni is confronted with an unexpected kinship while making amends with her estranged father.

  • The Whirl [11 November 2012 (Serbia)]

  • Three Palms for Two Punks and a Babe [2 April 1998]

    Three Palms for Two Punks and a Babe is a 1998 Serbian comedy film directed by Radivoje Andrić.

  • Three Summer Days [7 August 1997]

    Three Summer Days is a 1997 Serbian drama film directed by Mirjana Vukomanović. The film deals with everyday life of Bosnian Serb refugees living and working in Serbia. The film was selected as the Serbian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  • Three Windows and a Hanging [August 2014 (Bosnia and Herzegovina)]

    A year after the war ends in Kosovo, Lushe, a female schoolteacher, gives an interview with an international journalist to accuse Serbian forces of war crimes.

  • Time of Miracles [1989]

    Time of Miracles is a 1989 Yugoslav drama film directed by Goran Paskaljević. The film was selected as the Yugoslav entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 63rd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  • Topola sa terase []

  • Train Driver's Diary [14 September 2016 (Serbia)]

    A train driver (Lazar Ristovski) close to retirement has to deal with the fact that he holds an infamous record of 28 people accidentally killed during his career.

  • Two Halves of a Heart [Dušan Sabo]

  • Underground [1 April 1995 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

    Black marketeers Marko (Miki Manojlovic) and Blacky (Lazar Ristovski) manufacture and sell weapons to the Communist resistance in WWII Belgrade, living the good life along the way. Marko's surreal duplicity propels him up the ranks of the Communist Party, and he eventually abandons Blacky and steals his girlfriend. After a lengthy stay in a below-ground shelter, the couple reemerges during the Yugoslavian Civil War of the 1990s as Marko realizes that the situation is ripe for exploitation.… MORE

  • Uvijek spremne žene [1987]

  • Wait for Me and I Will Not Come [13 June 2009]

    Wait for Me and I Will Not Come is a 2009 Serbian drama film directed by Miroslav Momčilović.

  • When Father Was Away on Business [12 September 1985 (West Germany)]

    In a post-World War II Yugoslavia still under Stalinist rule in the 1950s, 6-year-old Malik (Moreno D'E Bartolli) is oblivious as to why his father, Mehmed (Miki Manojlovic), has suddenly disappeared. The actual reason for Mehmed's absence is that he has been sent to a labor camp as punishment for acts of sexual indiscretion involving young girls. Malik's mother, Senija (Mirjana Karanovic), however, has no answers for him, and the family is left to cope in the father's absence.… MORE

  • Witnesses [8 April 2005 (Austria)]

    Josko (Kresimir Mikic) is a Croatian soldier recently returned from the front lines of the Serbian-Croatian conflict. Angry over the murder of a fellow soldier, Josko persuades two friends to help him intimidate his Serbian neighbor. Things quickly get out of hand, and Josko finds himself at the center of a murder investigation conducted by Barbir (Drazen Kuhn). Josko's mother (Mirjana Karanovic) asks Josko's brother Kreso (Leon Lucev) to help him, even as Kreso deals with troubles of his own.… MORE

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FAQs About Mirjana Karanović

What is birthdate of Mirjana Karanović?

- 28 January 1957.

What is BirthPlace of Mirjana Karanović?

- Belgrade, Serbia.

What is Nationality of Mirjana Karanović?

- NA.

What is Height of Mirjana Karanović?

- 1.66 m.

What is Age of Mirjana Karanović?

- 66.

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