Vladan Nikolic is an award-winning filmmaker and writer from Belgrade, Yugoslavia, now residing in New York City. Before coming to New York, Mr. Nikolic worked as a director for Studio B, (the first independent TV network in Yugoslavia) writing and directing films and documentaries. His awards include the TV Sarajevo Award and Zeta Film Award for Best Screenplay, Eastman Kodak Award for his film “Serendipity,” Telluride Indiefest Best film Award for his feature “Burn,” and others. “Burn” (2001) prompted Amy Taubin of the Village Voice to write that "Vladan Nikolic proves himself a director to watch with this intense, nightmare thriller about Yugoslavian refugees in New York." He recently produced the feature film “Going Under” (2004), starring Roger Rees, and wrote, directed, and co-produced the feature film “Love” (2005), which premiered at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival, and screened at the Venice Film Festival (September 2005). Mr. Nikolic also teaches Film Directing, Production and Digital Filmmaking at The New School, and at New York University.
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