Andrej Korovljev

Andrej Korovljev



Andrej Korovljev is a Serbian film director and screenwriter who has made a name for himself in the film industry through his unique and captivating storytelling. Born in 1975 in Belgrade, Serbia, Andrej studied film at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.

In 2004, Andrej made his feature film debut with the movie “A Long Night”. The film was well-received and praised for its powerful story and cinematography. It was also a commercial success, grossing over $1 million at the box office.

Andrej followed up “A Long Night” with “The Life of Others” in 2007. This movie was also highly acclaimed and won numerous awards including Best Film at the 2008 Belgrade International Film Festival. The film also won numerous awards from film festivals around the world, cementing Andrej as a top director in the industry.

In 2010, Andrej directed the comedy-drama “The White, Black and Grey”. This film was a commercial success and was praised for its unique take on the subject of interracial relationships. It was also nominated for numerous awards, including the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

Andrej then directed the period drama “The Great War” in 2014. This film was also highly acclaimed, winning numerous awards including Best Film at the Belgrade International Film Festival. The film also earned a nomination for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

Andrej continues to work in the film industry, directing and writing films that are both entertaining and thought-provoking. His films have earned him a reputation as one of the most talented directors in the world. Andrej has also been praised for his ability to tell stories that are both visually stunning and emotionally powerful.

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