Gordan Matić is the New Director of Film Center Serbia
At its last session, the Government of the Republic of Serbia formally adopted the resignation of Boban Jevtić and appointed Gordan Matić as the new director of Film Center Serbia.
Gordan Matić (1971, Kragujevac) finished elementary and high school in his hometown, and he graduated from the Belgrade the Faculty of Culture and Media. He completed his postgraduate studies at the Belgrade University of Arts, according to the UNESCO curriculum of Lumière University Lyon 2 for Culture and Media Management.
Matić has directed several theater plays, television and short films, and is the director of the popular and acclaimed feature-length documentary feature film Ginger: More Than a Game, as well as ten episodes of the documentary series Serbian Medieval Heroes, aired on Radio Television of Serbia (RTS). In addition, in the period from 2016 to 2018 Matić was the selector of ŠIFF (Šumadija International Film Festival) in Kragujevac, and he was the founder and lecturer of the FRKA film workshop. He is also a member of the FICTS Executive Board for Culture and Media in Milan, sponsored by the IOC, and a member of EFFE, the European Association of Film Festivals.