Vladimir Perović (1955, Cetinje) graduated film and TV directing at FDU Beograd. His creative documentaries, screened at the most important festivals around the world, earned him 103 national and international awards. He was part of the jury at film festivals in Yugoslavia, Serbia, Montenegro, Iran, Russia, Germany and Romania, and conducted master-classes in China, Turkey, Greece, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro. He worked for several production companies in Serbia and Motenegro. Visiting professor of Documentary Film at FDU Cetinje and FEFA Belgrade. Selector of: documentary section of Film Festival Herceg Novi (2011-2018); FESTEF, Kučevo; International Festival of Ethnographic Film in Belgrade. Member of DOKSRBIJA. Lives in Belgrade and makes films both in Serbia and Montenegro.

Selected films: 1989: “A House;” 1992: “The Saga on Samurai & the Mud;” 2001: “Love, Vow;” 2002: “A Slight Malfunction on My Shiny Star;” 2003: “Vanishing;” 2006: “The Smoke;” 2007: “The Thirst of a Stone Sea;” 2011: “Trials, Tribulations & Sustainable Growth of a Cock;” 2013: “Life is;” 2020: “Sparks;” Our Lady's Peace”.