Vuletić Srđan
Vuletić Srđan

Director / Screenwriter

SRĐAN VULETIĆ was born in Bijeljina in 1971. He graduated directing at Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts in 1995 where he now teaches screenwriting and directing. During the war Vuletić joined a hospital crew as medical technician, an experience that was later to inspire the film I BURNT LEGS (1993). He won the highest European Film Award - Felix for documentary films (1994), as part of a set of documentary films from Sarajevo called SA-LIFE. As a member of Sarajevo Group of Authors SaGA he directed films 8TH MARCH IN WAR and WAR CINEMA. In 1998 he directed two short films HOW PJER ŽALICA BLEW UP and TRIP TO THE MOON. His 2000 short film HOP, SKIP & JUMP won awards such as Berlin Film Festival (2000) – Panorama Short Film Award of the New York Film Academy – Best Short Film etc. He wrote the screenplay for the short film 10 MINUTES directed by Ahmed Imamović which won 2002 European Film Academy FELIX for the Best Short Film. In 2003 Vuletić completed his first feature film SUMMER IN THE GOLDEN VALLEY that won the Tiger Award at 2004 Rotterdam Film Festival.

Filmography

2007 - IT’S HARD TO BE NICE

2003 - SUMMER IN THE GOLDEN VALLEY

2002 - 10 MINUTES, short (Screenwriter)

2000 - HOP, SKIP & JUMP,short

1998 - HOW PJER ŽALICA BLEW UP, short; TRIP TO THE MOON, short

1994 - SA-LIFE; 8TH MARCH IN WAR, documentary; WAR CINEMA, documentary

1993 - I BURNT LEGS, documentary