VUK RŠUMOVIĆ (RS)

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Vuk-Rsumovic

Born in Belgrade in 1975. He studied writing for film, theatre, TV and radio at the Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade.

He did screenplays for fiction series, short fiction films, animation and documentaries. He wrote two fiction series for television. He worked as a supervisor for several international television formats. He worked as a screenwriter of National Eurosong Contest 2004 and 2012. He worked as the main screenwriter of the reality TV show Survivor Serbia shot in Panama, The Philippines and Costa Rica. In 2007, he established film production company BaBoon Production which produced short films The Bag and Love At Last and co-produced the feature film No One’s Child.

He screened his feature lenght directorial debut No One’s Child at 2014 Venice International Critics’ Week. The film received three awards:
FIPRESCI Award for Best Film of Orizzonti and International Critics’ Week, RaroVideo Audience Award for the Best Film in the International Critics’ Week and FEDEORA award for Best Screenplay in the International Critics’ Week. The film had been developed at Binger Filmlab; won the award at B2B – Belgrade Industry Meetings; Film Centre Serbia script development award; Best pitching award at Festival Internazionale del Film di Roma New Cinema Network pitching forum; and Work in Progress Prize for Best European project in post-production at Les Arc Film Festival.

Additional to his film and TV experience, he also works as a dramaturg in major Serbian theatres.

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The Belgrade Design Week was the best design conference I have ever enjoyed – the specific spirit of the city in a kind of in between status, the rough tension which can still be felt ten years after the bombs, the pride and the looking for new orientation especially in the young generation – all this is giving the BDW a special flair far away from the current events of the global design circus. In addition the enthusiastic organizational team trying hardly but unsuccessfully to keep the program along the schedules, the informal exchange between the international speakers, the loss of any discipline, the parties on the river … what ever and how ever the interrelations between these aspects are working – it makes the BDW an unique, likeable, inspiring and productive event, I will never forget.

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