Nebojša Slijepčević is a Serbian film director, producer and screenwriter. He is best known for his work on the critically acclaimed films Kostana (2008) and The Woman with a Broken Nose (2015).
Slijepčević was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1966. He studied film directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. After graduating, he began his career as a freelance documentary filmmaker in 1988. In the early 1990s, Slijepčević worked in television and directed several short films.
In 2008, Slijepčević wrote and directed his first feature film, Kostana. The film was a critical and commercial success and was nominated for numerous awards, including a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
In 2010, Slijepčević wrote and directed his second feature film, The Woman with a Broken Nose. The film was an international success, receiving numerous awards, including Best Film at the Sarajevo Film Festival.
In 2013, Slijepčević wrote and directed his third feature film, The Parade. The film was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the Tribeca Film Festival and was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
In 2015, Slijepčević wrote and directed his fourth feature film, The High Sun. The film was nominated for a Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival and was the recipient of the Jury Grand Prize at the Ljubljana International Film Festival.
Slijepčević has also written and directed numerous short films, documentaries, and television series. His films have been screened at a number of international film festivals, and he has received various awards for his work.
Slijepčević is considered one of the most important figures in contemporary Serbian cinema. He is known for his ability to combine social commentary and psychological realism in his films. His work has had a lasting impact on Serbian cinema and has been studied and discussed in academic circles.