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Srdjan KOLJEVIC Director and Screenwriter; Assistant Professor of Screenwriting, Academy of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade


 Srdjan Koljevic graduated in screenwriting and playwriting at the Academy of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade. He works as a Assistant Professor of Screenwriting at this school today.
 He wrote or co-wrote eight feature films, all of them national box office hits and awarded internationally - amongst which the film which he also directed "Red Coloured Grey Truck" (2004; Serbian-German-Slovenian co-production) earned him the widest recognition of international audience, festivals and critics.
 The most recent film that he wrote "The Trap" (2007; Serbian-German-Hungarian co-production) premiered at the Berlinale, currently is being screened on numerous international festivals.
 He is in currently working on his next film ("The Woman With The Broken Nose"), also a Serbian-German co-production.


Films & Awards:
Srdjan Koljevi is the most produced and most awarded screenwriter in the region of former Yugoslavia since his screenwriting debut in 1993
"The Trap" (2007, co-writer, dir. by Srdan Golubovic)
Best Director Award (Go East Film Festival, Wiesbaden 2007)
FIPRESCI International Critics Prize (Go East Film Festival Wiesbaden 2007)
"Red Coloured Grey Truck" (2004, writer and director). It has received 11 international awards, and 13 national awards. International:
Special Award for the First Film (Troia International Film Festival, Portugal, 2005),
Special Award of the Jury (Alexandria Int. Film Festival 2005),
FIPRESCI Int. Critics Prize (Warsaw International Film Festival 2005),
"Normal People" (2001, co-writer with director Oleg Novkovi)
awarded at the National Film Script Festival, Vrnja ka Banja,
screened at various international festivals (Mannheim, Moscow...)
"Sky Hook" (2000, co-writer with Djordje Milosavljevi, directed by Ljubisa Samardzi)
Festival of Montpellier, (Montpellier Audience Award) and Palm Springs (Audience Award),
Best Screenplay Award at the National Screenplay Festival,
Selected by Yugoslav Film Academy as the national nominee for the Oscar Awards