SYNOPSIS

A society that excludes, discriminates and does not provide security to all citizens is not a society that can thrive. Only in a safe environment can society, as a whole, prosper. A life free from violence and discrimination is a fundamental human right, one that everyone acquires by birth. Violence affects all of us, because it is a violation of human rights, it is a reflection of discrimination at various levels and is present in all cultures, in all parts of the world. Domestic violence is especially dangerous. Witnessing childhood violence creates a high probability that a person will be violent when grow up and social responsibility is violence that can be suppressed as much as possible. We do not need high technology or complex vaccines to combat violence. It is necessary just to act, to act in the upbringing of children that we teach mutual respect and equality.

Biography

Born in Vranje, Republic of Serbia (then Yugoslavia) in 1977. BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts), Film and TV editing, Academy of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, 2002. MFA (Master of Fine Arts), Film Directing, Ohio University, School of Film, Athens, Ohio, USA, 2007. Author of mostly documentary films.

Filmography

Distortion (2007), Prašina Svakodnevnog Života (2011), Memoari Slomljenog Uma (2015), 143 degrees (2017), Mapa Puna Snova (2017), Erik (2020), Tko se tuče, taj se voli? (2021)

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