Stefan Ivancic is a filmmaker, producer and programmer born in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia. He lived in Barcelona, Spain, from 1991 to 2009. He studied film directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade.
His short film Soles de primavera (2013) had its international première at FID Marseille and has been selected at Rotterdam, Torino, San Sebastian and Seville, among others. His mid-length documentary 1973 (2014) had its première at Visions du Réel (Nyon, Switzerland) and Moonless Summer (2014) was selected for the Festival de Cannes, Cinéfondation. His latest work, A Handful of Stones (2017), was presented in Cannes in the frame of the ACID Trip #1 Serbia special programme. His films have received a great number of national and international awards.
Stefan is a producer of the feature film The Load by Ognjen Glavonic, a project supported by the CNC, Visions Sud Est, the Hubert Bals Fund and Eurimages. He is working as an assistant professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He is a member of the selection committee of Pardi di domani at the Locarno Film Festival, an advisor for Eastern Europe for the International Film Festival Rotterdam and the head of programming of Pančevo Film Festival in Serbia. He lives and works in Belgrade.
A Handful of Stones (fiction – 14 min. – 2017)
Moonless Summer (fiction – 30 min. – 2014)
1973 (documentary – 33 min. – 2014)
Soles de primavera (fiction – 23 min. – 2013)
Scrap Material (documentary – 16 min. – 2012)