Siniša Kovačević

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Siniša Kovačević (Serbian Cyrillic: Синиша Ковачевић, pronounced [sǐniʃa kɔv̞ǎːt͡ʃɛvit͡ɕ]) playwright, professor of the Belgrade Academy of Arts, is a Serbian author.

Born in 1954 in the village of Šuljam in Serbia, Srem. He graduated dramaturgy at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He is a professor on Academy of Arts in the case dramaturgy. He writes for theater, film and TV. His works have been translated into Macedonian, Russian, English and German language. He is married to actress Ljiljana Blagojević, with whom he has a daughter, Kalina Kovačević, also an actress. He lives and works in Belgrade.[1]

Stage dramas[edit]

  • Đeneral Milan Nedić
  • Novo je doba
  • Sveti Sava
  • Poslednja ruka pred fajront
  • Srpska drama
  • Virus
  • Velika drama
  • Kraljević Marko
  • Janez
  • Ravi
  • Zečiji nasip
  • Čudesni

TV drama[edit]

  • Portret Ilije Pevca
  • Mala šala
  • Svečana obaveza

Film scripts[edit]

  • Država Mrtvih
  • Bolje od bekstva
  • Najbolji
  • Najviše na svetu celom

Directed Premieres of his dramas[edit]

  • Virus
  • Kraljević Marko
  • Janez
  • Velika drama
  • Zečiji nasip

And also the movie Sinovci in 2006, and the TV serie Gorki Plodovi aka Bitter Fruit, in 2008/09.

Awards[edit]

  • Triple Sterija Award winner for theatrical plays: Novo je doba, Đeneral Milan Nedić, Janez.
  • Triple "Branislav Nušić" Award winner for theatrical plays: Sveti Sava, Kraljević Marko,Ravi.
  • TV drama Novo je doba included in the top ten TV dramas, as the third.
  • TV drama Svečana obaveza classified in the five best TV dramas ever recorded.
  • TV drama Mala šala joke is included in četrvrtu book anthology of contemporary TV dramas.

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