Darko Bajić

Darko Bajić

Actor, Director


Darko Bajić is a Serbian filmmaker who has been working in the film industry for more than 20 years. He is a director, screenwriter, and producer known for his gritty and realistic films, often focusing on themes of social injustice and moral ambiguity.

Bajić was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1978. He attended the University of Belgrade’s Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he developed a passion for filmmaking. After graduating, he worked on a number of short films and documentaries before making his feature film debut in 2004 with the drama “The Dark Side of the Street”. The film was a critical success, and established Bajić as an emerging talent in the Serbian film industry.

Bajić’s follow-up film, “A Place Nearby” (2007), was even more successful, winning awards at numerous international film festivals. This film was a gritty drama about a former soldier struggling to make a living in post-war Serbia. It was praised for its realistic depiction of the harsh realities of life in a war-torn nation.

Bajić’s most recent feature film, “The Price of Sugar” (2013), was a thriller set in modern-day Serbia that explored the dark side of human trafficking. The film earned Bajić his first international feature film award, the Best Film Award at the Madrid International Film Festival.

Bajić has also ventured into television, directing episodes of the popular crime series “Sudbina”. In addition to his work in film and television, he has also written and directed several stage plays.

Bajić’s films often take a no-holds-barred approach to exploring difficult social issues. He is known for his bold and uncompromising vision, and has earned the respect of his peers in the international film community. He continues to work in both film and television, bringing his unique perspective to stories that challenge conventional wisdom.

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