Boban JevtiŠ becomes director of Film Center Serbia

On Monday September 21st, Mr. Boban JevtiŠ officially took over the position of the director of Film Center Serbia. The ceremony took place at the FCS offices, with representatives of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia in attendance. 

We want to use this opportunity to remind you that on August 24th 2015, the Managing board of Film Center Serbia reached a decision to put forward Boban JevtiŠ as the candidate for the position of the director of Film Center Serbia, in the light of the fact that his Operational and Development Plan for Film Center Serbia was shown to be of high quality, all-encompassing, well-explained and well-presented, and as such offers strong assurance that it will improve the operation and future development of Film Center Serbia.

Boban ЈevtiŠ (1969) graduated in dramaturgy from the Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade. He worked as an organizer at the MOLDIST festival in Ukraine and at the 36th BITEF festival, as a copywriter in PUBLICIS, as editor in chief of “Yellow Cab“ magazine. He completed a course on Management in Culture organized by the French Ministry of Culture in 2002. He has worked on several theatre plays (“Hamlet“ at the National Theatre of Serbia, “In the Loneliness of the Cotton Fields” at Beton hala), he was the showrunner of several TV shows (Yellow Cab, 92 Stories About Belgrade, What We Eat) a made for TV film („Saјmište – A History of a Concentration Camp“), he wrote the screenplay for the TV series “Sixth Sense” and “Military Academy” and co-wrote the screenplays for the films Fourth Man and Military Academy 2. He was the selector for the BELEF theatre festival 2007. He is a regular theatre critic at the NIN weekly. He has received awards for theatre criticism at the 58th Sterijino pozorje, for his critical text “Empty Recitation”. He was the film editor of Dom Omladine in Belgrade from 2005 to 2015. He is the vice-president of the Screenwriters Association of Serbia. 


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