Nikola Majdak Jr. is a Serbian film director, producer, and writer. He is best known for his work in the Serbian film industry, and for his directing of the award-winning films The Staircase (2006) and The Parade (2011).
Majdak was born in 1982 in Belgrade, Serbia. He attended the University of Belgrade's Academy of Arts, where he studied film and television directing. After graduating in 2004, he began working as an assistant director on various Serbian films and television series. In 2006, he wrote and directed his first feature film, The Staircase, which was nominated for multiple awards and won the Golden Tower Award at the Belgrade International Film Festival.
After the success of The Staircase, Majdak began producing films and television series, including the award-winning series The Arena (2007). He also wrote and directed the feature film The Parade (2011), which won the Golden Tower Award at the Belgrade International Film Festival and was also nominated for Best Film at the Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival.
In recent years, Majdak has continued to produce and direct films and television series, including the feature film The Great Water (2015), which won the Golden Tower Award at the Belgrade International Film Festival. He has also directed several documentaries, including One Belgrade Day (2013), which won the Golden Tower Award at the Belgrade International Film Festival.
Majdak's films have been praised for their focus on the human condition, and his use of powerful visuals to tell stories. He has also been praised for his ability to capture the essence of his subject matter in a concise and engaging manner.
Majdak is considered to be one of the most important and influential figures in Serbian cinema. His work has been recognized and appreciated by critics and audiences alike, and he has won numerous awards for his films. He continues to work on projects in Serbia and abroad, and his films continue to entertain and inspire audiences around the world.