Radivoje 'Raša' Andrić
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Radivoje Andrić is a Serbian film and television director. Prior to his studies at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, he directed the performances at the Dadov amateur theatre: "Tomb for Boris Davidovich" (Grobnica za Borisa Davidovića) by Danilo Kiš and "Che - the Lasting Tragedy" (Ce-tragedija koja traje) by Duško Radović and Matija Bećković. He acquired his experience over the past ten or so years working as an assistant to renowned Yugoslav directors. Participated on Festival of Documentary and Short Film in Belgrade (1997) with the films: "January River" (Januarska reka), "The Week of Fighting Against Interference" (Nedelja borbe protiv ometanja) - all about demonstrations in Belgrade during 1996-1997, produced by independent Belgrade radio station and video production - B-92. With his film January River, he participated at Pusan International Film Festival (1998) and L'Alternativa '98 (Barcelona). With those films and also with his last short documentary "Can't they see the writing on the wall - emancipating the media" he participated at this years La Biennale di Venezia, as a guest of Italian pavilion, presenting the video production of Radio B-92.