The times of India, 29.11.2016.
Croatian filmmaker Rajko Grlicsays the way right-wingers are taking over politics across the world is worrying. "I think that we are on the edge of something quite unpleasant.
The times of India, 22.11.2016.
PANAJI: Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or nominated filmmaker, Rajko Grlic stressed on the importance of building characters while making a film. "Once you build characters that are strong enough, you can begin to play with them, push them to the edge, see how dark and funny they can be," he said.
Situácia na Balkáne bola vždy omnoho turbulentnejšia než vo zvyšku Európy. Po rozpade Juhoslávie a nasledujúcej sérii vojen zostáva situácia medzi jednotlivými národmi mimoriadne napätá.
Draxblog Film Reviews, 02.11.2016.
There are some films that are supposed to be liked and praised regardless of whether they display excellence of film-making talent or provide entertainment to the audience. They can expect accolades merely for their authors "having a heart in the right place" or expressing views "on the proper side of history".
Croatian director Rajko Grlić's 12th feature film, The Constitution, world-premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival, where it won its biggest accolade, the Grand Prize of the Americas.
In spite of all the difficulties that have struck the 40th anniversary edition of Montreal World Film Festival, the once worldwide very prestigious manifestation has ended with a superb award-winning piece, I would say the most well-deserved Grand Prix in the at least past 8 years since I started following this event.
Director Rajko Grlic and his old friend Ante Tomić are the authors of the controversialscript by The Constitution, a co-production between Croatia, Slovenia, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic and which has just been rewarded with the Grand Prix of the Americas for the Best Film of the World Competition Section at 40 Montreal World Film Festival.
Director Rajko Grlic and his long-time friend Ante Tomić penned the controversial script for the Croatian-Slovenian-UK-Czech co-production The Constitution, which won the Grand Prize of the Americas for Best Film in the World Competition section of the 40th Montreal World Film Festival.