Radoslav Zelenovic (1948), longtime director of the Yugoslav Film Archive. He graduated from the group of Serbo-Croatian language, general linguistics and Yugoslav literature at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade in 1971. His professional career began in 1971 as editor of the film program of the Youth Center of Belgrade, where he stayed until 1979. That year he was elected as editor of the editorial board of Television Belgrade. There stays until 1992. For the director of the Yugoslav Film Archive was elected on June 1, 1992, at which place is today. He actively participated in the establishment of film events such as FEST, Short Film Festival, the Film Festival in Sopot, Film Screenplay in Vrnjaska spa. He is the founder and director of the European Film Festival Palic.
Member of Serbian Commission of UNESCO. In 2012 he was elected as a member of the European Film Academy. For special merits in the field of film art, 2013. the President of Serbia awarded him the third degree Sretenjska medal. The Republic of France in 2014 decided to honor him with distinguished medal of the Order of Arts and Letters in recognition of the great dedication and actions in favor of cultural and artistic relations, especially in the area of film, between France and Serbia.
Bojana Maljevic (1974) is an actress, producer and co-founder of the production company Monte Royal Pictures. She graduated acting at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, and the last two years at the same University completing his PhD research studies on the management of the media and culture. She starred in numerous television series and in more than 20 films: "Boulevard of Revolution," "Rage", "Knife," "In the Middle of Nowhere," "On the Beautiful Blue Danube", "Cannon was hot" and others. For major roles in films where she starred, she won numerous awards at national film festivals.
She produced the film "Rage," "Sisters" and "Gram, Kilogram, Ton", as well as the continuation of the cult TV series "Open Doors", which entered the history of television for gathering the same actor / author team, after nearly two decades after , with 36 new episodes - which is a benchmark in our industry. Bojana plays mostly in Belgrade theaters but last premiere of "Murlin Murlo" had in April, as a guest of the National Theatre Kikinda. She won the recognition of the United Nations (UNODC - United Nations Office on Drugs and Organized Crime), the film "Sisters" and humane campaign "Blue Heart", which is implemented in Serbia and the region, and whose theme is a human trafficking.
Andrijana Stojkovic (1976), film director, graduated from the Film and TV Directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. Associate Professor of documentary films at the FDA. He is the author of seven short films and eight short documentary films; two feature documentaries and a feature film ('' The Box ''). Her films have participated and were honored at international film festivals. Some of the films are shown on television YLE (Finland) and Canal + (France). She is a member of the Executive Committee of the Association of Serbian film directors. Andrjana is also the founder of the production company All Inclusive Films, in Belgrade and one of the founders and coordinator of the program "Filmkulture" Association for Education in the field of audiovisual culture.