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Boro Drašković

Boro Drašković, born May 29, 1935 in Sarajevo, Kingdom of Yugoslavia is a Serbian director, playwright and screenwriter. Boro Drašković, graduating from Belgrade’s Academy of Theater, Film, Radio, and Television in 1959. Drašković entered the film industry as an assistant to Polish director Andrzej Wajda in 1962. Four years later, he assisted Jerzy Kawalerowicz. Drašković sold his first screenplay in 1964. In 1969, he made his first fictional feature film, Horoscope, and subsequently made three more features, all of which he co-scripted. In addition, Drašković has made documentaries and worked on television and radio; he has also written several books on cinema and theater. In theater, he explained the most important works in a wide arc from Aeschylus to Beckett, along with Shakespeare, Molière, Chekhov, and Serbia’s own classic Domanović, Petar Kočić, Danilo Kiš. He has directed several TV movies and TV documentaries: Tobacco road, Kitchen, Belgrade children, Maria, Interview with Laxness… He is the author of several books on acting and directing: Change, Labyrinth, Mirror, The paradox of the director, the Monkey King…
Pronounced for Doctor Honoris Causa of University of audiovisual arts ESRA on 31.05.2010