|Name Filip David|
|Awards NIN Award|
|Movies When Day Breaks, Cabaret Balkan, Special Treatment, Midwinter Night’s Dream, Boomerang|
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Filip david u beokultu
Filip David (Serbian Cyrillic: Филип Давид; born 4 July 1940) is a Serbian writer and screenwriter, best known for penning essays, dramas, short stories and novels. In 2015, he won the NIN Award for best Serbian novel of the year 2014 for his novel "Kuća sećanja i zaborava" (The House of Remembering and Forgetting).
Autoportret filip david
David was born in 1940 in Kragujevac to a Jewish family. He graduated from both the Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade and the Academy of Theater, Film, Radio and Television of the Belgrade University of Arts. He was a long-time editor of the drama program of the Radio Television of Belgrade. In 1989, he was one of the founders of the "Independent Writers" society in Sarajevo, in then-SFR Yugoslavia. He was also the founder of the literary society "Belgrade Circle" in 1990. This society opposed the then-ruling government of Slobodan Milošević. In 1992, David was fired from the Radio Television of Belgrade for organizing an independent trade union.
David has written several television dramas, dramas, books of essays, short story collections and novels.
Short story collections:
Books of essays: