World premiere / Locarno Film Festival 2021

Length / 123 min

Language / Serbian

Genre / comedy, drama, fantasy

Directed and written by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović, Srdjan Dragojević

Countries of co-production / Serbia, Germany, North Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Co-producers / Heino Deckert, Vladimir Anastasov, Angela Nestorovska, Eva Rohrman, Darija Kulenović Gudan, Predrag Kalezić, Marija Perović, Srdjan Šarenac, Dejan Papić, Zoran Ivković, Miroslav Ateljević, Ratko Zatezalo, Alexander Bohr

Supported by / Film Center Serbia, Eurimages, MDM, ZDF/Arte

Cast / Goran Navojec, Ksenija Marinković, Bojan Navojec, Nataša Marković, Sana Kostić, Radoslav Rale Milenković, Miloš Samolov, Nela Mihailović, Nikola Pejaković, Srdjan Žika Todorović, Miloš Timotijević, Andjelka Prpić, Ana Mandić...

Synopsis / Inspired by short stories of Marcel Ayme.
After half a century of Communism and Atheism - Religion is Back to stay!

But is this disoriented Eastern European society ready for it? A working-class man receives a Halo; a death-row criminal transforms into a baby; an artist discovers that his paintings don't just feed souls, but stomachs too. Breathing the surrealism of Bunuel and rich in distinctive dark comedy, the latest feature from acclaimed Serbian filmmaker, Srdjan Dragojević ("The Parade"), is by far his most ambitious project yet. Set in a post-communist society, riddled with superstition, corruption and hope, three magical stories intertwine over the span of three decades, in a poignantly idiosyncratic exploration of God's miracles.

Festivals and Awards / Locarno Film Festival - Prize of the Independent Young Jury / Odesa International Film Festival / International Filmfestival Emden, Norderney / Mostra de València - Best Photography / Festival Slovenskega Filma, Portorož / Ostrava Kamera Oko, Czech Republic / CinEast Film Festival Luxembourg / Longlake Festival Lugano / Ljubljana International Film Festival / FilmFestival Cottbus - Festival of East European Cinema / Brussels Mediterranean Film Festival / LIFFE / Dunav Film Fest / Mostar Film Festival / Kosovo and Metohija International Film Festival (KMMFF) / Festival filmskog scenarija - SCREENFEST

Distributor / MegaCom Film

World Sales / Pluto Film


Year / 2014

Length / 94 min

Language / Serbian

Genre / comedy, drama

Directed and written by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović, Srdjan Dragojević, Iva Ateljević, Miroslav Ateljević, Victorya Boklag, Ivan Djurović, Mike Downey, Dragan Šolak, Aleksandra Subotić, Sam Taylor, Rade Vojvodić

Countries of co-production / Serbia, Montenegro

Co-producer / Aleksandar Tijanić

Cast / Srdjan Žika Todorović, Branko Djurić, Nataša Janjić, Daris Aljić, Branko Šturbej, Tanja Ribič, Hristina Popović, Miloš Samolov, Milutin Mima Karadžić, Bojan Navojec, Goran Navojec, Mira Banjac, Zoran Cvijanović, Isidora Simijonović, Ana Kostovska, Dubravka Drakić, Mladen Nelević, Uroš Djurić, Mirjana Djurdjević, Milan Švaba Marić, Nemanja Janičić, Vladimir Tica, Momo Pičurić, Renata Ulmanski, Mirko Vlahović, Božidar Zuber, Jurij Čolović Gaga...

Synopsis / MLADEN (44) Belgrade born, is a timeshare salesman at Croatian Holiday resort. He is having an affair with his colleague, SONJA (40), who is married to METOD (50) the chief sales manager who learns about his wife's infidelity. He assigns Mladen the toughest client - Omer, a Bosnian war veteran, who doesn't try to hide his aversion to Mladen. Everything becomes hopeless when Omer's three year old son Svendy falls over the edge of the hotel terrace and ends up in a hospital. Grim mood that prevails among the potential buyers is about to ruin the sales. Sonja and Metod blackmail Mladen to continue the sales at the hospital while Omer and his wife are waiting for their son's operation.

Festivals and Awards / Transilvania International Film Festival / Montenegro Film Festival - Herceg Novi / Filmski susreti, Niš - Best Actor (Srdjan Žika Todorović), Best Supporting Actress (Hristina Popović), Best Foreign Actors in Serbian films (Branko Djurić Djuro, Nataša Janjić)


Year / 2011

Length / 111 min

Language / Serbian

Genre / comedy, drama

Directed and written by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović, Srdjan Dragojević

Countries of co-production / Serbia, Croatia, North Macedonia, Slovenia

Co-producers / Dejan Jocić, Mike Downey, Igor Nola, Vladimir Anastasov, Eva Rohrman, Nikola Kojo

Cast / Nikola Kojo, Miloš Samolov, Goran Jevtić, Hristina Popović, Goran Navojec, Dejan Aćimović, Toni Mihajlovski, Nataša Marković, Mladen Andrejević, Relja Popović, Radoslav Rale Milenković...

Synopsis / A homophobic, middle-aged, Serbian gangster LIMUN ends up sacrificing himself to protect Gay freedom in his country. RADMILO and MIRKO are young and successful gay couple, and they would be a happy couple anywhere else except in - Serbia. They try to live discreetly but still, every day they are abused by the homophobic majority. Mirko is a gay rights activist, and his dream is to organize the first successful PRIDE event in Belgrade. This is almost a "mission impossible"; in 2001, an attempt to hold PRIDE in Belgrade ended up in bloodshed. One decade later, the situation is not much better - nationalist and neo-Nazi organizations prepare another massacre in case of holding the gay parade, while the police refuse to provide protection for the participants. A strange couple arrives in Radmilo's and Mirko's life - LEMON an ex criminal and war veteran, the owner of a small security company and his fiance - PEARL (30) a beauty parlor owner. Radmilo, a successful veterinarian, performs a life-saving operation Lemon's pit-bull terrier, the victim of a drive-by shooting that served as a warning to the dog's master. Mirko runs an agency that organizes sophisticated weddings and now he has the ultimate nightmare clients - Pearl and Lemon. The encounter between these two worlds ends in disaster - yet another humiliation for Radmilo and Mirko. Mirko had enough - not long ago he received Immigrant Visa from Canada and wants to leave the country forever. Radmilo is ready for a desperate measures to keep his partner and their relationship - He offers a deal to Lemon, asking that Lemon's agency provide protection for the Belgrade Pride. In return, Mirko will organize the wedding party for Pearl and Lemon. Lemon reluctantly accepts, but his staff refuses to protect homosexuals. Put in a tight spot, Lemon thinks of his "dear" enemies from the ex-Yu wars. LEMON and RADMILO embark on a recruiting trip all over ex-Yugoslavia. They manage to sign up for their mission: NIKO (45) a Croat war veteran, HALIL (40), a Bosnian Muslim, and AZEM (45), an Albanian from Kosovo. But the handful of "samurai" are yet to face their greatest challenge... THE PARADE, in a tragicomic way, tells the story about ongoing battle between two worlds in contemporary post-war Serbian society - the traditional, oppressive, homophobic majority and a liberal, modern and open-minded minority.

Festivals and Awards / Berlinale 2012 - Panorama Audience Award, Ecumenic jury Award / Special mention, Golden Else Award / Torino GLBT festival - Audience Award / Freiburg film festival - Audience Award / Gallway film festival - Best international film / Pula film festival - Best screenplay / Festroia film festival Setubal - Grand prix, Audience Award / Golden Dolphin, Grand Prix - Festroia - Setubal - Portugal / Medfilm, Rome - Grand Prix / Montpellier film festival - Audience Award / Brussels film festival - Audience Award / Fipresci Serbia – Best film 2011 / Fipresci Serbia – Best actor 2011 (Nikola Kojo) / Cinema city, Novi sad – Audience Award / Screenfest, Vrnjačka Banja – Best screenplay / Filmski susreti, Niš - Best Actress (Hristina Popović)


Year / 2006

Length / 86 min

Language / Serbian

Genre / comedy

Country of production / Serbia

Written by / Srdjan Dragojević, Dimitrije Vojnov, Petar Pašić

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović, Srdjan Dragojević

Cast / Nikola Pejaković, Srdjan Žika Todorović, Uroš Djurić, Zlatko Rakonjac, Nada Macanković, Zoran Cvijanović, Vesna Trivalić, Seka Aleksić, Milorad Mandić Manda, Boris Milivojević, Goran Jevtić, Mirjana Djurdjević...

Synopsis / Borko Pavić a.k.a. Dorian sold his soul to the Devil in the mid-1970s in order to become a rock star in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and gain wealth and fame. But in today's Serbia, success and fame no longer live in rock`n`roll. MARKO, a former Dorian fan, knows this best, who gave him up when his idol turned into turbo-folk music. As Angel and the Devil are always in action, so is Marko's great desire to get a "Telecaster" guitar, which leads him to sell his soul to the Devil.


Year / 2005

Length / 84 min

Language / Serbian

Genre / comedy

Directed and written by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović, Srdjan Dragojević, Željko Mitrović

Executive producers / Svetislav Milićević, Dušan Pančić

Co-producer / Milan Vlajić

Countries of co-production / Serbia, Montenegro

Cast / Nikola Kojo, Mirka Vasiljević, Uroš Djurić, Srdjan Žika Todorović, Milena Pavlović, Vesna Trivalić, Zoran Cvijanović, Predrag Miki Manojlović, Luka Knežević, Goran Jevtić, Nenad Stojmenović..

Synopsis / In this sequel of beloved and acclaimed comedy "We Are Not Angels" (Srdjan Dragojević's debut feature fiction film), NIKOLA a former playboy must cope with his teenage daughter's adolescence, as well as numerous boys that keep knocking at her doors. A worried father thinks she might get in type of troubles he used to cause when he was just the age of her wooers.

Festivals and Awards / Herceg Novi Film Festival - Best film, Best screenplay, Best director / Fipresci Serbia - Best director / Filmski susreti, Niš - Best debut actor (Mirka Vasiljević)



Year / 2009

Length / 124 min

Language / Serbian

Genre / war drama, history

Written by / Dušan Kovačević (based on his play)

Directed by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović, Srdjan Dragojević, Dušan Kovačević, Lazar Ristovski, Zoran Cvijanović, Milko Josifov

Countries of co-production / Serbia, Republic of Srpska, Bulgaria

Co-producers / Vladimir Ljevar, Dimitar Gotchev, Albena Stoyanova

Cast / Lazar Ristovski, Nataša Janjić, Milutin Milošević, Bora Todorović, Predrag Vasić, Zoran Cvijanović, Boris Milivojević, Milena Dravić, Branislav Lečić, Boris Milivojević, Srdjan Miletić, Slobodan Boda Ninković, Mladen Andrejević, Srdjan Timarov, Goran Jevtić, Ljubomir Bandović, Dragan Nikolić, Bojan Žirović, Branislav Zeremski, Milena Predić...

Synopsis / Gritty, complex period piece unfurls circa 1914, against the explosive backdrop of the early-World War I Balkans. In a Serbian village on the banks of the Sava River (which constitutes the border of the Austro-Hungarian Empire), the local population falls into two factions with radically different ideologies: the veterans from prior Balkan conflicts, many of whom are invalids given their war casualties, and the new military recruits - young, strapping and full of vigor. When the Great War formally erupts following the Archduke's assassination, the new recruits of the village march off to the front lines, leaving the invalids behind; many of those who remain willfully and irresponsibly take sexual advantage of the soldiers' wives and sisters. News of this reaches the Serbian High Command shortly before the battles commence; in response, he summons the invalids and places them at the front lines, in an attempt to effectively deal with the guilty parties. Meanwhile, an unexpected romance blossoms between an area policeman, his wife, and a Balkan war invalid.

Festivals and Awards / Cinema city, Novi Sad - Best director / Cinema city, Novi Sad - Best Lead Actor (Lazar Ristovski) / Cinema city, Novi Sad - Best editor (Petar Marković) / Montreal World Film Festival - Best Artistic Contribution / Filmski susreti, Niš - Grand Prix for Best Actor (Lazar Ristovski) / Filmski susreti, Niš - Award for Actors excellence (Milutin Milošević) / Filmski susreti, Niš - Award for Best Debut (Milena Predić) / Filmski susreti, Niš - Special Jury Mention (Nataša Janjić) / Fipresci Serbia - Best photography (Dušan Joksimović) / Fipresci Serbia - Best production design (Miljen Kreka Kljaković)













Year / 2021

Language / Serbian

Genre / drama, thriller

Screenwriter / Srdjan Dragojević (inspired by novel "The Porcupine" by Julian Barnes)

Directed by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović, Srdjan Dragojević

Country of production / Serbia

Project supported by / Film Center Serbia

Synopsis / Set in a post-communist fictional country, loosely based on Romania and Bulgaria, the film concerns the trial of dictator Stoyo Petkanov after 40 years of his rulership. As the newly appointed Prosecutor General attempts to ensnare the former dictator with his own totalitarian laws, Petkanov springs a few unwelcome surprises on the court by conducting a formidable defense.

Screenplay is available for your consideration upon request at /



Language / Serbian

Genre / drama, dark comedy, musical

Written by / Srdjan Dragojević, Dimitrije Vojnov

Directed by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović, Srdjan Dragojević

Country of production / Serbia

Synopsis / The last part of the trilogy "90`s" after the films "Pretty village, pretty flame" and "The Wounds". The plot of the film takes place in Belgrade, where we follow the main characters during a night in May 1999, while NATO planes and "smart bombs" are bombing Serbia. "Rejects" is, almost certainly, MUSICAL - a genre that does not exist in serbian cinema. Considering ourselves "deadly" seriously, we have often neglected this genre. But, it seems that there is nothing more healing than the same. And in cinema, but also in life. The screenplay "REJECTS" won the first prize and financial support at the Festival in Thessaloniki, at the co-production market - The president of the jury who decided on the best project was Guillermo Arriaga, the writer of the films "Amores Perros" and "Babel".

Screenplay is available for your consideration upon request at /


Genre / drama, comedy, historical, western

Written by / Srdjan Dragojević (Inspired by the book "MEMOARS FROM THE BALKANS 1858-1878" by Martin Gjurgjević, published in Mostar in 1910)

Directed by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović

Countries of production / Serbia, Montenegro

Synopsis / (A Balkan Western comedy based on historical characters and events with a great deal of fantasy)
In the late 1860s, Turkish nobleman OSMAN PASHA and the future Prince of Montenegro NIKOLA are the cadets of the famous French military academy Saint-Cyr. Despite the centuries-old war between their countries, Osman and Nikola become best friends. Along with the studies of military art and science, in their spare time the two of them try to master another noble art - POKER. Ten years later, Nikola is the Prince of Montenegro and Osman Pasha leads the attack of the Turkish army on the small principality. The Montenegrin win the battle and capture Osman Pasha. Despite the resentment of his Dukes, Nikola spares Pasha's life and takes him as a prisoner of war to Cetinje, the capital of Montenegro. As he waits for the Sultan to decide whether he will pay the ransom for his head or not, Pasha is the guest of the only hotel in Cetinje, along with a number of other European representatives who came to watch the battle. Pasha kills time at the poker table, at first with the European diplomats, then with the Montenegrins. The game of poker turns into Pasha's winning streak. The small country of Montenegro starts to lose its centuries-long independence...

Screenplay is available for your consideration upon request at /


TV series


Year / 2021

Length / 55 min

Season / S01 - 10 episodes

Language / Serbian

Genre / thriller, drama, mystery

Written by / Matija Dragojević, Ljubica Luković

Co-writers / Srdjan Dragojević, Anja Mijović

Directed by / Jelena Gavrilović, Uroš Tomić

Executive producer / Biljana Prvanović

Creative producer / Srdjan Dragojević

Production / United Media

Executive production / Delirium Films

Lead cast / Ivana Vuković, Drena Mršić, Stefan Vukić, Dragoljub Mićko Ljubičić, Ljiljana Blagojević, Nataša Tapušković...

Synopsis / Sonja Kljun is a young, ambitious detective, eager to prove that her refined intuition is right - the alleged suicide in peaceful Subotica hides far more serious secrets than it seems at first glance. Sonja's moving to Subotica will trigger an avalanche of events that will reveal deeply buried secrets related to the mysterious organization, but also to Sonja's past. Refined intuition is not unique to Sonja, but also to her ten-year-old daughter, whose unusual dreams related to her mother's job are beginning to come true.

Festivals and Awards / Canneseries 2021 - Audience Award

Broadcaster / Nova S TV (Serbia)

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Year / 2015

TV series pilot / 45 min

Language / Serbian

Genre / comedy

Written by / Srdjan Dragojević, Rade Marković

Directed by / Srdjan Dragojević

Produced by / Nikola Kojo (K12)

Executive producer / Biljana Prvanović

Cast / Nikola Kojo, Zoran Cvijanović, Nataša Ninković, Miloš Samolov, Goran Radaković, Nebojša Ilić, Mladen Nelević, Vojin Ćetković...

Synopsis / Kolja and Cveja, long-time friends and fellow actors are trying to cope with debt bondage, which led to Cveja's eviction from the apartment by the executor. Beside personal, family and business misfortunes, they will experience series of incredible events during one day. This Pilot for TV series was produced in 2015, but eventually was modified, rewritten and transformed into the feature film that got released year later.

TV movies


Year / 2006

Length / 80 min

Language / Serbian

Genre / comedy

Written by / Petar Pašić

Directed by / Petar Pašić

Produced by / Biljana Prvanović

Synopsis / Anthology of 4 short films inspired by New Year's Eve. Pasic's segment tells a story of three burglars who break into a mysterious house on New Year's Eve.


Commercials / Ads


Produced by / Delirium Films