Rođen 2.marta 1958. godine.Studije svetske književnost na Filološkom fakultetu u Beogradu.
Bavi se filmskom kritikom, esejistikom i istraživanjima.Svoje radove objavljivao u više od 40 časopisa, dnevnih novina i periodičnih publikacija.Izvornim radovima zastupljen u dvadesetak filmskih knjiga .Tekstovi o filmu su mu prevedeni na 6 jezika, a bogatu bibliografiju upotpunjuju brojni TV i radio nastupi, predavanja i tribine.Bavljenje azijskim filmom i azijskim kulturama (boravio u 24 azijske zemlje!) u žiži je njegovih interesovanja godinama unazad (s posebnim akcentima na indijskom i japanskom filmu) .
Urednik izdavačke delatnosti u Filmskom centru Srbije. Dobitnik nagrade za filmsku kritiku Nebojša Popović za 2020.
BOSIFEST 2019, 2020
Igor M. Toholj, born in 1968 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, now Serbia.
Studied Sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, graduated from FDU.
Documentary and experimental filmmaker, critic and programmer.
For his documentaries and experimental films, he has been awarded at film festivals.
Some were shown on national TV-RTS, as well as in various authorial and national retrospectives in the country and abroad.
Experimental film Death of a Metallosaurus shown during the largest retrospective of the Experimental Film of Eastern Europe 1960-90. at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, USA, 2014 and Brooklyn Academy, New York, USA 2015.
- Received Grant of the Goethe Institute at the Berlinale film festival- for film experts.
- Scholar of the Italian Institute of Culture at the Dante Alighieri University, Reggio Calabria.
- Founder of the independent film production Zero in Belgrade.
- Publishes articles on the aesthetics, criticism and history of film in the film magazines Filaž and the web magazine Camera Lucida. So far, he has prepared a dozen editions in the field of film aesthetics.
- Regular member of the Board of Screenwriters and Directors of Documentary, Short and Animated Film of the Academy of Film Arts and Sciences - AFUN
- Co-author and coordinator of the International Conference The Future of European Film , supported by Eurimages.
- Regular member of the Association of documentary filmmakers DOK Serbia
- Co-founder of the Art Association Kinetik Kolektiv from Belgrade.
- Program selector Eco Dox and New European Documentaries at FEF Palić
- Program director of the International Festival of Music Documentary Films D'N'R - Dok'n'Ritam, Belgrade.
- Artistic director of the International Documentary Film Festival DOK # 3.
- Selector and moderator of the program during the IPA project Films, Open University, Subotica.
- Selector of the BOSI Fest film festival for people with disabilities
BOSIFEST 2017, 2018
Goran Radovanović was born in Belgrade in 1957. Graduated art history from Belgrade’s Faculty of Philosophy in 1982. Between 1977 and 1980 he sojourned in Munich on a scholarship awarded by the Goethe Institute. After his return to Belgrade, he has worked as writer and director of both feature and documentary films.
He is a member of the European Film Academy, Berlin and Film Artists Association of Serbia.
As a visiting professor held a series of lectures at the following universities: New York Tisch School, Texas University, Austin, Penn University, Philadelphia, Columbia College, Chicago, American University, Washington DC, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, DFFB (German Film and TV Academy Berlin), etc .. He is a member of the European filma Academy and the Association of Film Artists of Serbia. Professor of directing at EICTV, San Antonio de los Banos, Cuba. Currently works as guest professor at EICTV (International Film and Television School),San Antonio de los Banos, Cuba.
Retrospective of documentary films of Goran Radovanovic took place in Barcelona 2006, 2007, Havana 2010, Vienna 2011.Goran Radovanovic’s films have been shown in the official programmes of ex-Yugoslav and numerous international film festivals (Montreal, Locarno, Mannheim, Moscow, Amsterdam, Torino, Havana, Tampere, Cracow, Vancouver, Hamburg, Lisbon, Bombay, Potsdam, Trieste, New York, Geneva, Oberhausen, Jerusalem, Barcelona, Rome, Seattle, Toronto, Basel, Milan, Kyoto, Prague, Thessalonica, Zurich, Prague, Istanbul, Boston, Tokyo, Chicago, Singapore, Sarajevo, Sofia, Los Angeles, Madrid, Vienna, Kiev, Bucharest, Brussels, Trivandrum, Bangalore, Oxford, Philadelphia, Washington D.C, Tel Aviv, Taiwan, Mexico City, Antalya, Montpellier etc, ).
BOSIFEST 2014, 2015, 2016
Jelena Gavrilović was born in 1990 in Belgrade. She is currently on the final year of Film and TV directing studies at Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. Her film Boys, Where are You was screened at numerous international film festivals and won several awards, including Silver Egg at Kustendorf 2012, Golden medal for short fiction film at Belgrade short and documentary film festival, the Best Short Film award at goEast Wiesbaden and Crystal prism for best short film in 2013. Her next film, Something Sweet, was made within the Sarajevo City of Film project and it won British council award at Sarajevo film festival. In 2013, she directed 26 episodes of the first Balkan web series called "JustSaying", which won International Press Academy award (Satellite award) in Hollywood, in the category of Original new format. Filmography: Boys, Where are You (2011), Bibi (2011), Something Sweet (2012), I Am Not Your Friend (2013), "JustSaying" (2013)
Maja Miloš was born in 1983. She graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, department of film and TV director, 2008. Her short movies „Interval“ and „Si tu timazin“ are shown at festivals in Serbia, Macedonia, Germany, Netherlands, Finland etc. She created the movie „Klip“ in 2012. This movie brought her a lot of awards. The most important is award „Tiger“ for the best movie at the World Festival in Rotterdam. Maja Miloš also was a screenwriter for this movie. This young lady is known for uncensored presentation of life.
Oleg Novković was born in 1968. He is Serbian director and screenwriter. His movie „Normal people“ won a lot of awards on domestic and international festivals (Cottbus, Mannheim, Moscow). His movie „Tomorrow morning“ has experienced international fame and also won a lot of awards.
Darijan Mihajlović was born in 1972. He graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, department of theatre and radio directing. He was art director at „Dadov“ theatre from 1994 to 2000. He is an assistant at Faculty od Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He has won a lot of awards. He directed many theatre plays. He is author of two drama texts. He directed a musical „Na slovo, na slovo“ in the Theatre at Terazije.
Igor Turčinović was born in 1972. He is an actor and producer. He graduated from the Faculty od Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, department of film and theater productions. His biography includes many film and television projects. He won award „Luconosa“ for producer of the year in 2006/2007 and award „Fipresci Serbia“ for the movie „Sedam i po“. He is also known for movies „Mamaros“ and „Cekaj me, ja sigurno necu doci“. He is „project manager“ in Serbian Film Center from 2005. He represented this institution at the Cannes Film Festival 2005.
Momčilo Moma Mrdaković was born in 1953. He is an architect but he dedicated his whole life to movies. In his 60th year he made his first movie „Mamaros“ which brought him international fame. He also wrote the screenplay for this movie. „Mamaros“ won a lot of awards, including the award for screenplay at International festival of war movie in Tula, Russia. This movie is the first Serbian movie whose rights for television representation in 37 countries repurchased famous american television HBO.
Marko Stojanović was born in 1971. He is a Serbian actor and founder of World Organization of Pantomime. He is also a president of National Association of Curling in Serbia and current director of the Belgrade Youth Centre. He graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, department of acting. Specialistic education he completed in International School of Pantomime Marcel Marceau in Paris, 1994. His most famous roles are in TV series: „Srecni ljudi“, „Kafanica blizu SiS-a“ and „Bunga banga re“.