Damian Nenadić is a multi-award winning film director, producer, and screenwriter from Croatia. He is best known for his critically acclaimed feature films, such as “The Red Colored Grey Truck” (2012), “The Beast” (2013), and “The Sound of Things” (2015).
Nenadić was born in the small city of Split, Croatia, where he spent his childhood. He was always interested in film, and as a child, he would watch a variety of movies from around the world. At the age of 18, he enrolled in the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. During his studies, he wrote and directed several short films.
In 2006, Nenadić moved to the United States to pursue a career in filmmaking. He enrolled in the prestigious American Film Institute Conservatory, where he studied film directing. He graduated in 2009 with a Master of Fine Arts degree.
Nenadić has directed and produced several feature films over the years. His first feature film, “The Red Colored Grey Truck”, was released in 2012. The film was a huge success and won numerous awards, including Best Picture at the Transylvania International Film Festival.
In 2013, Nenadić released his second feature film, “The Beast”. The film was praised for its dark and suspenseful themes, and it won several awards, including Best Film at the Raindance Film Festival.
Nenadić’s third feature film, “The Sound of Things”, was released in 2015. The film was critically acclaimed and won numerous awards, including Best Film at the Sarajevo Film Festival.
In addition to directing and producing feature films, Nenadić has also produced several short films and documentaries. He is a member of the Croatian Film Directors Guild and the European Film Academy.
Nenadić continues to push the boundaries of filmmaking by creating thought-provoking and visually stunning films. He has become one of the most respected directors in Croatia, and his work has been recognized around the world.