Jury of the main competition program
- Biography: Jelena Milunović (1990) completed her undergraduate and master studies at the Faculty
Applied Arts in Belgrade, Department of Animation. Since 2016, he has been a member of the Association of
Artists of Serbia. She participated as an author in the creation of the series "Radiovision", for which
animated and directed three short animated films: "Distances Are Overcome", "Speech by Timothy John
The film "Distances Are Overcome" has been included in the competition program at several domestic and
international festivals and won the Grand Prix in 2016 at the International Festival of Animated Film
"Supertoon" in Šibenik.
Jelena is currently studying animation at the Filmuniversität Babelsberg Konrad Wolf Film University in
Potsdam and is working on the short animated film “Floating”, which won the top prize for the best
project at the VAF Forum in Trebon in 2018.
- Biography: Igor Ćorić, was born on April 25, 1978 in Strasbourg (France). He received his
in Belgrade at the Faculty of Fine Arts, where he obtained a degree in painting in 2002, and a master's
in drawing in 2008. He started making animated films in 2002 and since 2004 his films have been screened
the competition programs of the world's largest short and animated film festivals (Ottawa 2004, 2005, 2007
2009; Annecy 2005; Zagreb 2006 and 2008; Hiroshima 2008; Clermont Ferrand 2012) The Secretariat for
the City of Belgrade, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia and the Film Center of Serbia
supported the production of his two short animated films - "Remains" from 2006 and "Feathers in Flames"
2009. From 2004 to 2008 also illustrates numerous books and textbooks for the Institute for Textbooks,
Belgrade. From July 2009 to August 2014, he lived and worked in Brisbane (Queensland, Australia). In 2018,
founded the production company Artrake, where he also produced his last author's animated film
which was shown at more than 60 festivals. He has won a number of awards and recognitions for his work.
- Biography: Ana Nedeljković was born in 1978 in Belgrade. She graduated and received her doctorate
painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. She deals with animated film, visual arts and education
the field of contemporary art. Her first film “Rabbitland” (Ana Nedeljković, Nikola Majdak, 2013) was
the Crystal Bear at the Berlinale, screened at over a hundred festivals around the world, and won numerous
other awards. Their second joint film “Untravel” (Ana Nedeljković, Nikola Majdak, 2018) was also screened
numerous festivals including the Berlinale, Annecy and Sundance, qualified for an Oscar and was nominated
an Annie Award in Los Angeles. Within Rabbitland studios, they are realizing numerous commercial animated
projects and animated film workshops, and are currently working on a new film "About Money and Happiness".
Jury of the students competition program
- Biography: Margareta Jelic is independent artist and art theoretician born in 1967 in Belgrade,
Serbia. Since 1991 she has been exhibiting at numerous solo and group exhibitions in Serbia and
internationally in Hungary, Austria, France, Great Britain, United States and Canada. Her works are part
some private collections and museums in Serbia (Museum of City of Belgrade, Gallery Nadezda Petrovic,
Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Vujicic Collection etc). She engages in animation as an art
since 2000. Animated films: Martha And Her Friends (2000), Unfulfilled Dreams (2003), Four Stories About
(2007), four channel animation Good day, Mr. Noah (2009), Presence and/or Absence (2010), The Island of
Shadows (2012) and animated video game Martha's Cupcakes (2014).
Book: Margareta Jelic, Fragmentirani pogled, Nolit, Belgrade, 2010
She graduated at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, the Department of Painting. Margareta obtained
MA and second PhD at the Department of Multimedia Art, the University of Arts in Belgrade. She completed
first PhD thesis at the Department of Art and Media Theory, the University of Arts in Belgrade.She lives
works in Belgrade and Brighton.
- Biography: Uroš Krčadinac (b. 1984) is a Belgrade-based digital artist, technologist, writer, and
educator interested in new ways of sensing and feeling the shared world of humans, networks, and data. His
transmedia practice involves computer programming, writing, designing, and mapmaking. His research was
published by IEEE scientific journals. His artworks were presented at re:publica, Emily Car University,
Academy Gallery, Serbian Museum of Science and Technology, and many more. He received his PhD in
from the University of Belgrade. He works as an Assistant Professor of Digital Art and Computing at the
Faculty of Media and Communications in Belgrade.
- Biography: Marina Kecman has gained BA and M.Sc. degrees from the Department of Stage Design at
Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, and earned a Ph.D. at the University of Arts in Belgrade, Department
Digital Arts. She has participated in many projects in the fields of computer graphics and animation, such
Rastko Ciric's film Fantasmagorie 2008, commercials, backgrounds for several video games and book
illustrations. She has started her teaching career at the Chiron school for computer graphics, and later
was teaching at the SAE school, Faculty for Media and Communications, Banja Luka College. At the moment,
is a teacher at the Academy of Technical and Art Applied Studies, department School of Electrical and
Engineering of Applied Studies, in Belgrade.