Biljana Maksić

Biljana Maksić was born in Valjevo in 1961. She graduated in Dramaturgy at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He is the screenwriter of the third story in the omnibus film The Fall of Rock & Roll (1989), a collaborator on the scripts of the films Una (1984) and The Thief’s Comeback (1998). She was a playwright and one of the collaborators of the TV series Popovanje and the film Pretty Village, Pretty Flame (1996). She wrote the adaptation for the theater play Lolita. He is the co-screenwriter of the films Absolute Hundred (2001) and Little Night Music (2002), playwright of the TV series Crni Gruja II, screenwriter of the TV series Žene sa Dedinja and collaborator on the script of the TV series Vratiće se rode. At the Film Screenplay Festival in Vrnjačka Banja in 1993 and 1995, she received the award for the Best Screenplay based on a literary work for the TV movies A Ship Sails for Shanghai (1993) and The Eternal Faucet (1995), and in 2002 the award for the Best Screenplay for the movie Absolute Hundred (2001). At the same festival in 2003, the screenplay of the film Little Night Music (2002) won the first prize, and in 2012, as a co-screenwriter, she won the award for the screenplay of the film Trolling (2012). He is the co-writer of the post-production film Budi bog s nama directed by Slobodan Šijan. In 2014, she received the plaque of the Yugoslav Cinematheque for her contribution to film art. He is a member of the Association of Film Artists of Serbia.

Ministry of Culture
Grad Beograd


Knjaz Miloš
Italijanski kulturni centra