Vladimir Blaževski

Vladimir Blaževski was born in Skopje in 1955 and has been living in Belgrade since the same year. He graduated in Film Direction at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. Since 1978, he has been working professionally in film. As a director, he shot six short and five feature-length documentaries (Chinese Market (2000), A lots of stories about wine (2002), How the Bread is Born (2003), The Mystery of the Wagner Tube (2009), Teatarot Skupi (2019)), ten commercial documentary films, a small number of commercials, more than 250 television shows for TV Belgrade, as well as four full-length feature films: Hi-Fi (1987), Boulevard of the Revolution (1992), Punk’s not Dead (2011), Year of the Monkey ( 2018). He is the author of screenplays for feature films: Boulevard of the Revolution, Gypsy Magic (director Stole Popov, 1997), The Great Water (director Ivo Trajkov, 2004), as well as Punk’s not Dead and Year of the Monkey, which he also produced. He is the winner of numerous awards: Golden Arena Award for Directing at Pula Film Festival for Hi-Fi, First Prize at the Documentary Film Festival of the German Language Area in Duisburg 2001 for the film Chinese Market, First Prize at the International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary 2011 in the program East of the West for the film Punk’s not dead (which received 12 more awards at various international festivals), Grand Prix at the Film Directing Festival in LIFFE Leskovac (Serbia) for the film Year of the Monkey. From 1981 to 1994, he was the editor of the Film Program of the Student Cultural Center (SKC) in Belgrade, and from 1989 to 1991, the director of the SKC. Since 1994, he has been a professor of Film Theory and History at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Skopje. From 1998 to 2000, he was a professor of Film Directing at the film school Danube Film in Belgrade, and from 2006 to 2011, a professor of Directing at the Megatrend Faculty of Art and Design in Belgrade.

Ministry of Culture
Grad Beograd


Knjaz Miloš
Italijanski kulturni centra