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Ana Tomovic

Profession: Writer
Country: Serbia

Born in 1979 in Belgrade. In 2004 she graduated Theatre Directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.

She directed both contemporary and classic plays, most notably: "The Return of Casanova" by Arthur Schnitzler; "A Boat for Dolls" by Milena Marković; "The Woyzcek – Hinkemann Case" based on the plays by Georg Büchner and Ernst Toller; "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare at Oberhausen Theatre in Oberhausen, Germany; "Finger" by contemporary Albanian playwright from Kosovo Doruntina Basha;"Mother Courage and Her Children" by Bertolt Brecht; "Autumn Sonata" by Ingmar Bergman at The Croatian National Theatre in Rijeka, Croatia.

"A Boat for Dolls" participated at "Forum of Young Theatre Directors" at La Mamma theatre in New York and at "New plays from Europe" Festival in Wiesbaden, Germany. It was pronounced the best performance of the year in Serbia, winning 6 awards in total. Ana and Vuk have been collaborating in theatre and in film. They co-wrote the script for the award winning feature film "No One's Child". "Anatomy of a Crime" is their first collaboration on a TV series.

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Anatomy of a Crime

In 1969, an unfathomable murder stuns a secluded village in Yugoslavia: a pregnant woman is killed and her baby cut out and taken from her. VAHIDA HODŽIĆ (27), a childless village woman who claimed ...
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