17/1 | 21:00 | The Last Image of Father

Stefan Đorđević


Dušan and Laza are traveling through Eastern Serbia to Belgrade. Terminally ill, Dušan has to find a new home for his son Laza, to whom Dušan is all he has.

Stefan Đorđević

Stefan Đorđević

Director of Photography
Damjan Radovanović

Film Editing
Dragan von Petrović

Andrijana Stojković
Marija Lero

Production Company
All Inclusive Films
Emote Films

Igor Benčina
Marko Matić
Marina Redžepović
Silvija Stojanovska


Serbia 2019

Stefan Đorđević
Director's Biography
Stefan Đorđević
Stefan Đorđević was born in Bor, a small industrial town in Eastern Serbia in 1987. After moving to Belgrade to study, his main interest switched from making skate videos to film and photography. His amateur film Crap was the inspiration for Tilva Roš a film directed by Nikola Ležaić, in which Stefan plays one of the two main roles. The film won Heart of Sarajevo award for the best film in 2010, and it was nominated for the European Discovery Award by the European Film Academy. He graduated both BA and MA studies at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, Camera department. His graduation film was a short fiction film A handful of stones which was screened on many international film festivals and had international premiere at the ACID programme of Cannes Film Festival. During his studies Stefan directed and shot a couple of short films, including a documentary films Journey and Juvenile, the latter directed by Jovan Todorović, and fiction film Wing and Things, which he co-directed with Jelena Gavrilović.

His latest short film The last image of father, which he wrote and directed, premiered at Locarno Film Festival and won Young Jury award for the best international short film. The film also won the award for best international short film at Sarajevo IFF.