Srdjan VULETIC (1971, Yugoslavia) finished his studies at the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo in 1995 and started making short films. As a member of SaGA (Sarajevo Group of Authors) he directed several documentaries and later created a travelogue television program about Bosnian cities with screenwriter Abdulah Sidran. His first feature film Summer in the Golden Valley won the VPRO Tiger Award and Moviezone Award at IFFR 2004. In 2005, he was named Filmmaker of the Year by the Filmworkers Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
I Burnt Legs (1993, short doc), March 8th In War (1993, short), War Cinema (1994, short), The Trip to the Moon (1998, short), How Pjer Zalica Blew Up (1998, short), Hop, Skip & Jump (2000, short), Ljeto u zlatnoj dolini/Summer in the Golden Valley (2003), Tesko je biti fin/It's Hard to Be Nice (2007)