The Bosifest / Festival jury / 2019 /

Vuk Rsumovic


Scenarist and director, born in 1975. in Belgrade.

Graduated in dramaturgy at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts. He wrote a screenplay for 16 award winning short feature films and animated films. Written and screenwriter for documentary films Dread and horror, Closing word and Valter; and television documentary series Football, football and some more ... He worked as a supervisor and screenwriter for several international television formats and as a screenwriter of the National Eurovision Song Contest 2004 and 2012. He wrote scenarios for the featured TV series What are you making for me? and Basketballers and worked on the adaptation of scenarios for the popular series Andrija and Andjelka. He worked for four seasons as the main scenarist for reality show Survivor Serbia.

He is one of the founders of production house BaBoon Production for which he produced documentary and short feature films. As a screenwriter, director and co-producer, he made a feature-length feature film Nobody's Child. The film is a triple winner of the Week of Criticism of the 71st Venice Film Festival and was awarded with over 35 international and domestic awards and screened at over 50 festivals in the world.

He is permanently employed as an docent at the Faculty of Media and Communication in Belgrade, orientation Film, Digital Art Study Program.

He won the City of Belgrade Award for Radio and Television Creations for 2015. and is a member of the European Film Academy.

Natasa Ninkovic


She was born in 1972. in Trebinje (father Branko and mother Milena) where she completed her primary and secondary medical school. After finishing secondary school she went to Belgrade, where in 1994. she graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in the class of professor Vladimir Jevtović. During her studies, she had small roles movies The Best and Three Tickets to Hollywood. After that she acted in several films, TV shows and theater performances.

She workes at the National Theater where she played roles in the following performances: Rose Shepard (V. Shakespeare), Vishnik (AP Chekhov), Idiot (FM Dostoyevsky), Master (R. Harvud), Pop Corn (B. Elton), Destinations and Comments (R. Petkovic). Some of the most important TV shows in which she acted are: Family Treasure (Rousseau), Mixed Marriage (Lola), Ideal Connections (Tamara). The films in which she made significant roles are: Ivkova Slava, Profesionalac, Klopka. Nataša Ninković won a number of significant awards such as the award for the best young actress in Jagodina for Charlotte (Don Juan), the Raša Plaović Prize for performances in the Masters and San Summer Night performances, the award for the character Katarina in the play Knez Mihailo (Yugoslav Drama Theater), for her roles in the plays Roberto Cuko and Fear and his Servant (Atelje 212), for the roles in the plays Back (H. Pinter), Tre Sorele (S. Koprivica) Zvezdara Theater, for roles in plays Love Letters , Vila Sašino (Draga Mašin) Belgrade Drama Theater. For her role in the film The Savior, awarded at the festival in France, she was also awarded for the best female role at the Festival in Russia. At the Festival in Nis, she received the greatest prize - Naisa and the jury award.

Biljana Tutorov


Biljana Tutorov graduated in Archeology and History of Art at the Catholic University of Luwen (Belgium). In Paris, she studied an anthropological film at Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes and acted on Ecole Internationale de Théatre Jacque Lecoq. She is author of a video installation, short and featured, feature and documentary films, video works and performances. From 1998 to 2011 she worked as a director and producer at the Swedish production company Long Film. At the same time she co-operates with Darko Rundek as a member of his Cargo Orchestra. She founded the production house Wake Up Films, with a focus on documentary and authorial film, and young talent from the region, in Novi Sad in 2010. She worked as an assistant to the director of Želimir Žilnik. Biljana was a Cross-Media Selector and Regional Selection for the Free Zone Festival until 2017. Beginning in 2018, she founded and led the CIRCLE Women Doc Accelerator, a new platform and program for the training of directors and producers working in the field of documentary film. In 2018, Biljana was elected as a member of the international jury of the 59th Dei Popoli Festival in Florence. Her documentary When Pigs Come (2017) won a number of awards and was screened at the Sarajevo Film Festival, Hot Docs, Visions du Reel and many other international festivals. Biljana's new feature-length documentary about a group of musicians in Paris, seeking a sense of life through poetry, including Rundek, will have the premiere in 2019.

Member of DOKSrbija Association, European Documentary Network (EDN), European Women's Audiovisual Network (EWA) and European Film Academy (EFA).