The Little Prince Winners

Each year the Festival presents The Little Prince Life Achievement Award to the chosen prominent artists and theatre scientists who have made exceptional contributions to the development of culture and theatre arts for children. The Little Prince Award is in the form of artistic sculpture created by the prominent Montenegrin sculptor Mijo Mijuškovic from under the fortress of Nehaj (Sutomore, Montenegro). Previous winners of the Little Prince Lifetime Achievement Award for exceptional contribution to the development of culture and theatre arts for children:

Year 2016

Zoran Hristić - Serbia

Mimmo Cuticchio - Italy

Year 2015

Minja Subota - Serbia

Pancho Panchev - Bulgaria

Year 2014

Timothy John Byford – United Kingdom/Serbia

Géza Balogh – Hungary

Year 2013

Predrag Bjelošević – Republic of Srpska, BiH

Eva Farkašova – Slovakia

Year 2012

Donka Špiček – Serbia

Luko Paljetak – Croatia

Year 2011

Irena Tot – Serbia

Eustatiu Gregorian – Romania

Year 2010

Igor Bojović – Serbia

Nikolay Naumov – Russia

Year 2009

Miroslav Radonjić – Serbia

Vladimir Predmersky – Slovakia

Year 2008

László Ripcó – Serbia

Jim Gamble – USA

Year 2007

Branko Milićević – Serbia

Henrik Kemény – Hungary

Viktor Klimchuk – Belarus

Year 2006

Ljubivoje Ršumović – Serbia and Montenegro

Edi Majaron – Slovenia

Year 2005

Živomir Joković – Serbia and Montenegro

Milena Jeftić Ničeva Kostić – Serbia and Montenegro

Atanas Ilkov – Bulgaria

Year 2004

Radoslav Lazić – Serbia and Montenegro

János Meczner – Hungary

Year 2003

Slobodan Marković – Serbia and Montenegro

Albrecht Roser – Germany

Year 2002

Sándor Hártig- Yugoslavia

Josef Krofta – Czech Republic

Year 2001

Milenko Misailović – Yugoslavia

Margareta Niculescu – Romania

Year 2000

Srboljub Lule Stanković – Yugoslavia

Henryk Jurkowski – Poland