Davor Dirlic is a renowned film director from Serbia. He is best known for his films "The Woman in the Fifth" (2007) and "Lepa Sela Lepo Gore" (2011).
Born in 1968 in Serbia, Davor Dirlic studied film directing at the Academy of Arts in Belgrade. He began his career as a film editor and assistant director in the early 1990s. His first feature film was "The Woman in the Fifth" (2007). The film was a critical success and won the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival.
In 2011, Davor Dirlic directed the critically acclaimed drama "Lepa Sela Lepo Gore". The film follows a young girl's journey through a war-torn Serbia. It won the Grand Prize at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and was nominated for the Berlin International Film Festival's Golden Bear.
In addition to his feature films, Davor Dirlic has directed several short films. These include "The Visit" (2003), "The Room" (2005), and "The Last Day" (2006). He has also written and directed several television series, including "The Last Train" (2008), "The Night Before the Wedding" (2009), and "The Red Line" (2010).
Davor Dirlic has received several awards for his work, including the Golden Medal from the Academy of Arts in Belgrade and the Award for Best Director at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. He has also been awarded the Austrian Film Prize for Best Director in 2011.
Davor Dirlic has become one of the most respected film directors in Serbia. His films are known for their realism and emotional depth. He is an avid admirer of filmmakers such as Jean-Luc Godard and Andrei Tarkovsky. His work has influenced many Serbian filmmakers and continues to inspire audiences around the world.