FEDEORA Executive Board 2015-2017


    • Nenad DukicNenad Dukic is a film critic of Radio Belgrade and film correspondent for the BBC World Service and Berlin radio RBB. He has published film reviews, comments and theoretical texts in various Yugoslav, Serbian and foreign film magazines. He was correspondent of LA’s The Hollywood Reporter and writes for the  Belgrade film quarterly Filmograph.
      He was vice-president of Fipresci, vice-president of the Balkan Film Board and is now a member of the Board of the Serbian Film Academy.
      He was artistic director of Belgrade’s International film festival – FEST, programmer of the San Sebastian film festival, and the British film festival in Belgrade. In 2001. Nenad Dukic founded SEE Film, NGO which specializes in working  on cooperation among countries of South Eastern Europe in various spheres of filmmaking activity.
      He graduated in 1974. and received an MA degree at the Faculty of dramatic arts, Belgrade. He leactures on films at Universities, including George Mason University (Washington DC) and William Paterson University (New York).

      E-mail: nenad.dukic@fedeora.eu



    Ninos Mikelides
    Sherif Awad
    Natascha Drubek 


    Ronald Bergan


    • Ronald Bergan (PhD English. Lit), film historian, critic and lecturer, is a regular contributor to The Guardian. He is a former Vice-President of Fipresci for which he has been president of the jury at numerous film festivals and has chaired and participated in many conferences on cinema all over the world.

      He lives in France and has lectured on literature, theatre and film at the Sorbonne, the British Institute in Paris and the University of Lille. He has held a Chair at the Florida International University in Miami  where he taught Film History and Theory.

      Among the many books he has written are: Sergei Eisenstein: A Life in Conflict; Jean Renoir:  Projections of Paradise; The Coen Brothers; Anthony Perkins: A Haunted Life; Francis Coppola: The Making of His Movies; The Bloomsbury Foreign Film Guide; The United Artists Story, The Eyewitness Guide To Film (published in 8 languages ), Francois Truffaut Interviews, which he edited and Isms: Understanding Film (2010). 

      FEDEORA President
      E-mail: ronald.bergan@fedeora.eu

    • dubravka lakic

    • Dubravka LakicDubravka Lakić (born in Belgrade) is the film critic and columnist of Politika daily paper since 1989. She graduated journalism from the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Belgrade and MA in sociology department of culture and film.
      She is also a film selector of Cinema City International Film Festival – Novi Sad,  member of the Board of Serbian Film Center and member of the Council of BELDOC (Documentary film festival).
      She is author of the books Close Up – Masters of modern direction , Monography about Serbian director Goran Paskaljevic, Film and Video,  Introducing Youth, co-author of Cinema City and Fedeora presents: Dorota Kedzierdzavska- Polish film writer and director, Cinema City and Fedeora presents: Andreas Dresen – German film director
      Dubravka Lakic is author of the European concept of Palic Film Festival where she was longtime film selector and founder of  TOLERANCE AWARD for best films of Eastern Europe. She was a longtime council member of Belgrade FEST and founder of Eritrocit Award for the best European film. Dubravka Lakic is also known as author of  specialized TV program about films – KINO KLUB and In medias res.

      E-mail: dlakic@yahoo.com

    • Treasurer

      Zlatko Vidackovic




      Zlatko VidackovicZlatko Vidackovic (born in 1972. in Sibenik, Croatia; Master of Journalism, University of Zagreb), is a freelance film critic, editor-in-chief of www.filmovi.hr online film magazine, and from 2004 till 2014 , artistic director of Pula Film Festival, the oldest (founded in 1953) and the most visited film festival in Croatia. He is the founder and programme director of Art-cinema Metropolis in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb.

      He was elected president of the Croatian Society of Film Critics five times.
      He has been a Fipresci juror at film festivals in Cannes, Berlin, Venice and San Francisco. He lives and works in Zagreb.

      E-mail: zlatko.vidackovic@fedeora.eu