Robert Bezbradica

Robert Bezbradica



Robert Bezbradica (born 28 December 1950) is an award-winning Serbian director, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for his films such as The Fall of Yugoslavia (1992) and The Great War (1995).

Bezbradica was born in Smederevska Palanka, Serbia. He graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade in 1978. His first feature film, The Fall of Yugoslavia, was released in 1992 and was a critical and commercial success. The film was selected for the Cannes Film Festival that year and won numerous awards, including a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film.

Bezbradica's next film, The Great War, was released in 1995 and was another critical and commercial success. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film follows the story of a Serbian family whose lives were changed by the war in the former Yugoslavia.

Bezbradica has since directed several other feature films, including Time of the Gypsies (1998), which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and the award-winning Children of Sarajevo (2012).

In addition to his work in film, Bezbradica has directed several television films and series, including the award-winning drama series The Wire (2007). He has also served as a professor at the Belgrade Academy of Arts and Sciences and the University of Belgrade.

Throughout his career, Bezbradica has earned numerous awards, including the Golden Arena for Best Director in 1992, the European Film Academy Award for Best Film in 1998, and the Best Director Award at the Sarajevo Film Festival in 2012.

Robert Bezbradica is a renowned Serbian director and producer whose work has earned him numerous awards and critical acclaim. His films have explored the complex history of the former Yugoslavia, capturing the resilience and strength of its people. His work continues to inspire and move audiences around the world.

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