MARINA 

STANGER

Actress

After graduating in Tourism Management from the University of Rijeka in 2013 Marina specialized in Acting, Media, and Culture in the class of prof. R. Šerbedžija, where she pursued subjects such as Acting technique, Voice control and Body movement under the guidance of A. Cvjetković, B. Stjepanović, A. Blagojević, R. Aronson Carr, G. Terny, E. Liverić, S. Zurovac, and D. Kinghorn, who introduces her to the Arthur Lessac Method for Voice and Diction. She attended several acting workshops by I. Chubbuck, L. Delong, and R. Marchand, and organized by the ZKM and Kubus Studios; she also took film acting classes at the Kinoklub Film School in Zagreb, resulting in her being hired for international productions by the Helsinki International Kino Kabaret and Kino Budapest. She specialized in Body Movement Techniques by joining the first Croatian Broadway School; she also took courses at the CPK and the Scenic School Palunkov in Zagreb, where she trained in Screenwriting and Writing under G. Ferčec, R. Roklicer, and others. She took singing lessons with prof. C. Hansell-Bakić and with M. Brnetić. As a member of the Croatian Association of Drama Artists (HDDU), she collaborated in various theatrical productions, television series and film productions, both as an actress and co-author. She also took part in Croatian and international productions broadcast by Arte France, RTL and Kino Euphoria Helsinki (acting for the TV series Black-white World and Blago nama, as well as in the films A murder to Go, Distant voices, Oktolog, Sous un autre jour). She also performed in dance and theatre shows promoted by Teatar Ulysses, Teatro Dubrava, Teatro Zabregom, Plesni Art Laboratory and the Association for individuals and children with cerebral palsy, appearing in clips and commercials.