Srdan Golubovic

Srdan Golubovic

Srdan Golubovic was born in 1972 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. During his studies at the University of Drama he directed several short features ( “Threesome” ) that received several international and domestic awards and one story ( Hertz minute ) for the omnibus film (“The Package”) that became a cult movie for the young generation. He established the production company Baš Celik with a team of young film artists, producing video clips for the most famous local music groups and singers, as well as acclaimed commercials and marketing campaigns. He shot his first feature film “Apsolutnih sto” (“Absolute Hundred”) in the executive production of Baš Celik in 2001, with which he participated in the main programs at over 30 international film festivals: San Sebastian, Toronto, Thessaloniki, Cottbus, Rotterdam, Pusano, Paris, Palm Springs, Trieste, San Jose.