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Isidora Bulatović

Belgrade, Serbia

Isidora Bulatović directs short films, music and promo videos – any type of audio-visual form through which she can express her artistic talents. She is particularly interested in addressing current problems the society is facing, especially younger generations, whom she wants to empower through her art.

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  • Film

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Isidora is a young film director who grew up in Kragujevac, Serbia, where she had unique high school experience which helped her to get in touch with what she wants to do in her life. During that time she was a very active member of Student Body Parliament, and a member of European Youth Parliament- through that kind of activism she realized what are the problems that most reflect on her generation in a modern-day society: through art of film she found a way to address them.

During her studies at the Academy of arts in Belgrade, she was involved in many student projects, finding the aesthetics most suitable to stories she wants to tell, in the name of her generation. By the end of her studies she begun working with an acclaimed Serbian director Stevan Filipović. On his short fan film Breaking Point: A Star Wars story, she worked as a 1AD, line producer, and a second unit director. They continued working together on his, yet to be distributed, feature film Next to you, a sequel to his previous feature Next to me, where she worked as a script consultant, 1AD and a second unit director.

Meanwhile, her last short Found had its premiere at the 12th Youth Film Festival Sarajevo. Found was also selected for the FeKK Ljubljana Short Film Festival 2020, Karlovci Film Festival 2020 and Prokuplje Film Festival ProFiFest 2020. She is now in a pre-production of her next short [dis]connected, a film that deals with youth inhibition, which Isidora thinks is a result of living our lives through social media. In this project she wants to include a group of experts in the field of sociology, psychology, anthropology and together with them form a support group for all those in need of sharing and connecting. The topic that most interests her is gender equality, which she considers her fight, especially growing up in the repressive patriarchal environment.