Tamara Broćić is a student of film and TV directing at Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade and architecture at Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade.

She directed short films “Mi” (2017), “Peloponnesian War” (2018), “U šifonjeru” (2019), “A Dreaming Dance” (2019) and “Thanks Claire” (2020).

She participated in international artist residency MultiMadeira in Funchal, film workshops at Maginificent 7 Documentary Film Festival, Kvadrat Centre for Visual Communications, DOK Serbia, Bašta Film Pitch, and other programs. She has exhibited photography and made photography zines. Her films were screened and awarded at several international film festivals.



PROJECT: Worlds Apart

Eighteen-year-old Stefan lives in a village in Western Serbia with his family. It’s raspberry picking season and everything goes as usual until Stefan’s childhood friend, a skater named Aleksa, comes from the capital for a wedding they both attend. Chance crosses paths of two young men during the preparations for the ceremony. When Aleksa gets into a fight with rednecks from the village who happen to be Stefan’s friends, Stefan takes Aleksa’s side protecting him. They have to escape the trouble of aftermath. So they disappear for the night together.