Aleksandar Zikov

Aleksandar Zikov



Aleksandar Zikov is a Serbian film director, screenwriter, and producer. He was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1975 to a family of academics. He started his film career in 1998 when he released his first short film, “The Story of a Fish”.

After his debut, Aleksandar went on to direct two feature films, “The Last Train” in 2000 and “No One’s Land” in 2003. Both of these films received critical acclaim, and were awarded at various film festivals. In 2006, Aleksandar released his third feature film, “The Trap”. The film was an international success, winning awards at the Venice Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival.

Since then, Aleksandar has gone on to direct numerous other projects, such as the documentary “Balkan Spring” in 2007 and the drama “The Promise” in 2011. In 2014, Aleksandar directed “Irina”, a romantic drama that premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. The film was well-received by critics and audiences alike.

In addition to his work as a film director, Aleksandar has also worked as a screenwriter and producer. He has written a number of successful screenplays, including “The Last Train”, “No One’s Land”, and “The Trap”. He has also produced a number of films, such as “The Promise” and “Irina”.

Throughout his career, Aleksandar has been praised for his unique visual style and his ability to capture the emotions of his characters. His films have been praised for their realism and their ability to capture the struggles of everyday life. Aleksandar’s films have also been praised for their intense and powerful storytelling.

Aleksandar Zikov is one of Serbia’s most celebrated film directors. His films have won numerous awards and have been praised by critics and audiences around the world. Aleksandar has established himself as a master filmmaker, and is sure to continue to make an impact in the world of cinema for years to come.

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