I am educated in literature and film. I prefer non-formal education to formal and believe that everyone should express themselves through art, besides their institutional education. I am programme manager of
the international film festival MikroFAF in Belgrade ever since 2010. For the last five years I run Inclusive film club „My Close-up”, for teenagers from vulnerable social groups, who together create films that reflect social injustice they face every day. I held a lot of film workshops both in rural and urban places, and I believe that film art can be a tool for building a healthier society. My short films participated at many festivals all over the Balkans and Europe, and won 14 awards. I`m also a chairwoman of the Satibara
Association, which is an active member of Association “Independent Culture Scene of Serbia”.
Sarah Drath was born in the German countryside in 1989. She started filming in 2008 during a year abroad in San Francisco and worked as a director’s assistant for the following years. Sarah studied Film and Time-based Media with Robert Bramkamp and Michaela Melián at Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg until 2020 and at the Marmara Üniversitesi Istanbul with Sabri Gözaydın. Through the Art School Alliance Scholarship, Sarah also spent one semester at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna with Constanze Ruhm. During her studies, she was a scholarship holder of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and received the Master Scholarship of the Freundeskreis der HFBK e.V. Her short film „Telefon Santrali” won the 3sat Promotional Award at the 62nd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen and the Prize of the German Film Critics Association for „Best Short“. Her video installations have been shown among others at kulturdrogerie Vienna, frappant Hamburg, Kunstverein Jena or Kunstraum Bethanien, Berlin.