- Director of Best Serbian Film
FILM CRITIC, SERBIA
Dubravka Lakić (born in Belgrade) is the film critic and columnist. She is European Film Academy member, Fedeora executive Board member, and FIPRESCI member. She is known as a film selector of Cinema City International Film Festival, Novi Sad and member of the Board of Serbian Film Center. She is author of the books Close Up - Masters of modern direction, Monography about Serbian director Goran Paskaljević, Fedeora presents: Dorota Kedzierdzavska - Polish film writer and director, Fedeora presents: Andreas Dresen - German film director and Fedeora presents: Eran Riklis - Israeli film director. Dubravka is author of the European concept of Palic Film Festival where she was longtime film selector and founder of Tolerance Award for best films of Eastern Europe. She was council member of FEST and founder of Eritrocit Award for the best European film at FEST and daily newspaper Politika Milutin Čolić Award for the best Serbian film at FEST. She is also known as author of specialized TV program about films - Kino Club and In medias res.
Nemanja Ćeranić (1990) was born and raised in Inđija. He enrolled at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade in 2010, where he graduated from undergraduate academic studies. He directed three short feature films and the debut feature film Loan Shark, which premiered at last year’s FEST, where he was awarded the daily newspaper Politika Milutin Čolić Award for the best Serbian film. He directed the series Grupa i Švindleri. His second feature film Son’s Will is still in production.
Director AND producer, SERBIA
Miloš Avramović was born in 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia. He graduated from the Department of Film Direction on the Academy of Arts in 2006 with the feature film A Tailor’s Secret. He gained knowledge and experience while working as a first assistant director on feature films, TV shows, many commercials and corporate videos for clients from Serbia and abroad. Author of several short films that participated in domestic and international festivals. In 2007, he established production company Režim, where he works as director and executive producer also to other productions in Serbia and region. In 2017, as a director and producer, he released the film South Wind, which last year received the sequel South Wind 2 - Speed Up. These films broke cinema box office records and the number of viewers continues to grow.