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Mira Furlan - Babylon 5, Lost

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Sunday 25th October Time TBC

Panel days and times are subejct to change. Please check closer to event for up to date information.

This guest is a VIRTUAL GUEST and will not physically be present at the event but will be beaming in from overseas and onto the event Main Stage screens to directly interact with attendees.

Each guest present will ONLY be doing one, one hour panel at each event listed, so check this page closer to the event for exact appearance days and time.

Guest attends virtually subject to work and filming schedule.

A leading actress of film, theater and TV in the former Yugoslavia, Mira Furlan starred in over 40 movies, including the Cannes Golden Palm winner “When Father Was Away On Business”, directed by E. Kusturica. She received all the highest honors for her work in film (two Golden Arenas – Yugoslav Oscars – for “Cyclops” and “Beauty of Sin”), as well as for her work in theatre.

She was a member of the Croatian National Theater (favorite roles include Natalya in Turgenev’s “A Month in the Country”, Judith in Shaw’s “Devil’s Disciple” and Celimene in Moliere’s “Misantrope”). She also performed in other theaters across the country (Ophelia in “Hamlet” at the International Theater Festival in Dubrovnik, “Isabelle” in Corneille’s “Theatrical Illusions” at the Yugoslav Drama Theater in Belgrade).

In the US Mira is best known for her work as Ambassador Delenn in the cult science fiction TV show “Babylon 5” (Sci-Fi Universe award for best supporting role in science fiction) and as Danielle Rousseau on the hit TV show “Lost”. She also performed on stage (Yerma in Lorca’s “Yerma”, the title role in “Antigone” – Dramalogue award for best performance, Tanya in Lipkin’s “Cranes”, directed by Scott Eliott in New York).

After 10 years Mira returned to her native Croatia, playing the title role in “Medea”. She also starred in the Oscar winner Danis Tanovic’s movie “Circus Columbia”, as well as in other European movies, such as “The Tour”, directed by G. Markovic, and the international omnibus film “Don’t Forget Me Istanbul”. Mira sang on 3 albums (“Mira Furlan & D. Slamnig’s Orchestra”, “Songs From Movies That Haven’t Been Made” and “Be Five”).

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