Bojana Andric

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Bojana Boka Andric is Serbia, Balkan region, Europe based director of photography with 15 years of experience in all film, video and TV formats: feature fiction, TV series, documentaries, commercials, music videos, promos. She shoots digital but also loves the film process (35mm, s16mm, s8mm). Her style is the ability to adapt to many different projects and directors she has been working with.

SAS member – Serbian Society of Cinematographers (board).

She graduated in the Academy of Arts, Belgrade, majored in Film and TV Camera. Attended many film festivals, as well as many masterclasses. Her debut feature film, the comedy “Little Buddho” had great commercial success, while the second feature, fight movie “The Samurai In Autumn” gained international China/USA distribution with great reviews on cinematography. The third feature, indie “Love Cuts” made in 20 sequence shots, had its international premiere at Dances With Films in TCL Chinese Theatres, Hollywood (Honorable Mention), followed with many official competitions: Giffoni FF, New Orleans FF, Mallorca (Best Feature), Cottbus, Cinedays.... Love Cuts is a Serbian feature representative at IMAGO Awards 2020. At the moment, two features are in preproduction - a thriller and a teenage dramedy.

Also known for very famous Serbian adaptation of Canadian TV sitcom “Un gars, une fille” (70ep) and adaptation of Australian “Mother and son” (42ep), as well as TV soap Pogresan Covjek (180ep) and very popular crime series "My Father's Murderers" where she joined the crew in S04. 

Lecturer of Digital photography on Design and Video Production courses at ITAcademy in Belgrade; author of the same courses in the distance learning platform. Camera lecturer on many workshops within film festivals. Co-founder of a local film festival in her hometown. Married to a director, although living in a film, not

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