Zoran Đorđević (director)

Zoran Đorđević (born Valjevo, 7 November 1962) is film, television and theater director, screenwriter, art photographer and producer.

Zoran Đorđević
Born (1962-11-07) 7 November 1962 (age 58)
Valjevo, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
EducationFilm and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (1992)
OccupationFilm and theater director, screenwriter, photographer, producer
Years active1987–present

BiographyEdit

Đorđević graduated from the Documentary Film department at FAMU, Film and TV School of the Academy of Arts in Prague.

Đorđević has made more than twenty films in Yugoslavia / Serbia, Czech Republic, Brazil, Angola, and other countries. Among other things, he is a laureate of the Yugoslav Documentary and Short Film Festival (today's Martovski festival) for the films Prayer for Dead Souls, Odyssey, and Cheers.

From the second half of the 1990s Đorđević lived and worked mostly in Brazil,[1][2] where his films are regularly shown at festivals.[3]

In addition to film and theater making, he is also engaged with film and photographic pedagogy - at lectures for the Film Foundation in São José dos Campos, as well as other workshops and courses.[4]

Selected filmographyEdit

  • 2017 Na gota colorida encontra-se uma vida
  • 2013 O Saber e Fazer
  • 2011 Memórias Caiçaras[5]
  • 2007 Nkisi na Diáspora: Raízes Religiosas Bantu no Brasil[6]
  • 2000 Ilhados
  • 2000 Por Quem Os Sinos Dobram
  • 1999 Živeli
  • 1997 Dan kad smo svi gledali u nebo / O dia em que olhamos para o céu[7]
  • 1995 Odiseja[8][9]
  • 1995 Nostalgični koncert za violinu[10]
  • 1993 Molitva za mrtve duše[11]
  • 1992 Nestao
  • 1987 Pozdravi sve koji pitaju za mene

Selected theatrographyEdit

  • 1999 The Wizard of Oz (Čarobnjak iz Oza), Valjevo
  • 1987 An island story (Ostrvska priča), Valjevo[12][13]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Lopušina, Marko. „Uspešni Srbi u Brazilu”, Večernje novosti, Beograd, 7. decembar 2010. (in Serbian)
  2. ^ „Valjevci u dijaspori”, Revija Kolubara, Valjevo, novembar 2009. (in Serbian)
  3. ^ „Caixa Cultural apresenta filmes da pós-Iugoslávia”, Veja SP, 18 abr 2012 (in Portuguese)
  4. ^ Renan Simão. „Caraguatatuba recebe mostra de oficina de cineasta sérvio“, Meon, São José dos Campos, 29 de Junho de 2014.(in Portuguese)
  5. ^ “Memórias caiçaras” tem exibição gratuita nesta sexta., Planeta Tela (in Portuguese)
  6. ^ „Santo André comemora Mês da Consciência”, Rudge Ramos Online (in Portuguese)
  7. ^ Dan kad smo svi gledali u nebo, Filmski centar Srbije (in Serbian)
  8. ^ Odiseja, Filmski centar Srbije (in Serbian)
  9. ^ Podaci o fillmu Odiseja, sajt RTS (in Serbian)
  10. ^ Nostalgični koncert za violinu, Filmski centar Srbije (in Serbian)
  11. ^ Molitva za mrtve duše, Filmski centar Srbije (in Serbian)
  12. ^ Stefanović, Zoran. „Veseli fantom Slobode”, Temat "Hugo Prat 1927-1995", priredio Aleksandar Nikolić, Časopis Reč, Beograd, mart 1996. (in Serbian)
  13. ^ Stefanović, Zoran. Ostrvska priča (1987), drama po motivima stripa "Korto Malteze" Hugo Prata; kao i "O jednoj mladalačkoj drami, dvadeset godina kasnije - Napomena redakcije i autora" (2007) (in Serbian)

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