Zoran Amar

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Zoran Amar (born June 6, 1954 in Belgrade) is an a Serbian American film director and a professor at the School of Visual Arts.

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Zoran Amar, also known as "The Great and Powerful Zoran", was born as the only child Of Isak Amar, a producer and Vera Amar, a retired film and TV production script supervisor. He has made few feature films, notably Šmeker (1986), starring Žarko Laušević, which is still his most successful film and is considered as a classic in former Yugoslavia especially in Belgrade.[citation needed]

He was one of the founders of the independent TV station RTV Studio B in Belgrade in 1990. In 1991, he moved to New York City where he is teaching at the School of Visual Arts as a professor.

He has one daughter, Sara, born in 1980.

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