Radivoje Andrić

Radivoje Andrić was born in Sarajevo in 1967. He finished school and university in Belgrade - he graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in the Department of Film and TV Directing. From 1988 until today, he worked as an assistant or assistant director to Živojin Pavlović, Mihajlo Vukobratović, Boba Jelčić, Rajko Grlić, Emir Kusturica, Srđan Dragojević, Srđan Karanović, Ljubiša Samardzić… He directed documentaries and cultural shows for Radio Television of Serbia, and later for TV B92. He shot more than 80 commercials. He directed five feature films: Dudes: Again! (2023, viewership of about 130,000 viewers), the first Serbian film that had regular distribution in all major cities in Australia; How I Learned to Fly (2022, about 200,000 viewers); When I Grow Up I'll Be a Kangaroo (2003, about 300,000 viewers in the region); Dudes! (2000, more than 570,000 viewers - the most watched movie of that year and one of the most watched movies of the last 10 years in Yugoslavia); Three Palms for Two Punks and a Babe (1998, more than 280,000 viewers). The films were screened at dozens of domestic and foreign festivals and won many awards. We highlight some. Three Palms for Two Punks and a Babe - critics’ and audience’s award at the Palić Film Festival; When I Grow Up, I'll Be a Kangaroo - From A to A Award at the Motovun Film Festival, Croatia; How I Learned to Fly - ECFA award for the best European film in Malmö, Sweden, Jury Award and critics’ award at the Kinder Kino Festival, Schwabisch Gmund, Germany, Audience Award at the Pula Film Festival, Grand Prix Živojin Zika Pavlović for Best Director at the LIFFE Festival in Leskovac…

Ministry of Culture
Grad Beograd


Knjaz Miloš
Italijanski kulturni centra