Marko Stojanović

associate professor

Narrow scientific/artistic field
Acting

Subjects
Acting, Scenic Movement

Marko Stojanović graduated from the acting department of the Belgrade Faculty of Dramatic Arts. He completed his specialization at Marcel Marceau’s international school of pantomime in Paris in 1994. [3]

He was a teaching assistant for the subjects Acting and Scenic Movement and the Head of Acting Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, and he is currently an associate professor of Scenic Movement at the Acting department of the Synergy University in Bijeljina in the Republic of Srpska and a visiting teacher at the Singidunum University.

He was the director of the Belgrade Youth Center from 2013 to 2015; he is one of the founders and the president of the “World Mime Organization” and the president of the National Curling Association of Serbia.

  • 1990. Catharsis (short)
  • 1991. Ars longa, vita brevis (short)
  • 1993. Antoine Rives, juge du terrorisme (French TV series)
  • 1995. The Burglar (TV film)
  • 1996. Happy People (TV series)
  • 1997. Saturday Night Fever (TV series)
  • 1997. Little School of Life (TV series)
  • 1997-1998. Marriage Zone (TV series)
  • 2002. 7-Star Hotel (TV series)
  • 2003. The Professional
  • 2004. Karađorđe and the Theater (TV series)
  • 2004. Indexovci: Election, Because You’ve Asked for It
  • 2005. Indexovci: The Boar of Inquiry (TV adaptation)
  • 2006-2007. Agency for SiS (TV series)
  • 2007-2008. European Face (variety TV show)
  • 2007. A Bar Near SiS (TV series)
  • 2009. The Attic (TV series)
  • 2011. Coriolanus (American-British film)
  • 2014. Tennor (Korean film)
  • 2015. Serbian for Tourists (TV and web series)
  • 2015. Curling People (TV and web series)
  • 2015. “Ambassador of Serbian Congress Tourism” for 2015 and 2016, awarded by the Congress Bureau of Serbia at the National Tourism Organization of Serbia
  • 2015. Acknowledgment by the company Biomelem, for supporting fenale entrepreneurship through the project Serbian Soul Inclusive and for supporting education of the young through the “School of Entrepreneurship”
  • 2014. “Acknowledgment for the Contribution to Informing the Youth, the Promotion of Virtue and True Values” from the “My Hero” Citizens’ Association
  • 2014. “Plaquette for an outstanding contribution to the advancement of the position and the improvement of the quality of life of the Romani people in the Republic of Serbia”, on the occasion of the International Romani Day, by the National Counsil of the Romani National Minority
  • 2013. “Special acknowledgment for creative contribution to the development of culture of communication” from the Market Communications Association UEPS
  • 2013. “Award for Best Youth Play” of the International Children’s and Youth Theater Plays Festival (DOPS), Jagodina
  • 2013. “Plaquette of the Festival for the Contribution to the Development and Popularization of Pantomime Art in Serbia” The Council of the 38th Monodrama and Pantomime Festival in Zemun
  • 2010. “Stars of Belgrade” acknowledgment awarded by the City of Belgrade’s Agency for European Integrations and Cooperation with Associations to Marko Stojanović as the author of the project “The Music of Silence”
  • 2010. “Dragoslav Simić Diploma: for the direction of the play “The Tree of Life” at the 10th Festival of Short Dramatic Forms of the Children of Belgrade
  • 2009. Special award “Culture through Sport” of the International Federation for Sport Film and Television for organizing the first belgrade Sports Film Festival
  • 2008. “Sport and Youth” trophy from the International Olympic Committee for work with youth and the promotion of Olympism
  • 2008. Crystal Medal and Diploma with Wreath of Honor from the International Federation for Sport Film and Television for the promotion of films about sport and persons with disabilities, especially during the celebration of the World Day of the Persons with Disabilities
  • 2007. Special Award and Diploma with Wreath of Honor from the International Federation for Sport Film and Television for the direction of the documentary short “Olympic Room”
  • 2007. Award for the special contribution to the development of sport in Serbia, awarded by the municipality of Petrovac on Mlava
  • 2004. POPULARITY OSCAR for comical play in 2003 “Election, Because You’ve Asked for It” by Indexovci
  • 2004. MELKO for comical play in 2003 “Election, Because You’ve Asked for It” by Indexovci
  • 1998. Double winner of Radio Belgrade 202’s PINK GRAND PRIX Radio for humanitarian work
  • 1996. Best actor in a puppet show for “The Little Match Girl” by the “Duško Radović” Little Theater at the Festival of Yugoslav Children’s Theaters in Kotor.
  • 1996. Best actor for the play “The Little Match Girl” by the “Duško Radović” Little Theater at the Republic Festival of Meat Puppets in Zrenjanin
  • 1996. Award for pantomime achievement for the role in the play “The Little Match Girl” by the “Duško Radović” Little Theater at the “FESTIĆ” Festival in Belgrade
  • 1996. “Božidar Valtrović” annual award from the “Duško Radović” Little Theater for the role in the play “The Little Match Girl”
  • 1991. Special award at the 19th International Monodrama and Pantomime Festival in Zemun for pantomime play “Bloody Sports”
  • 1991. Special diploma at the 41st Festival of Professional Vojvodina Theaters in Zrenjanin for the main role in the play “Pančevo Cabaret”
  • 1991. Best show at the BAP Festival for the direction of the play “Master Pierre Patelin”
  • 1991. “Janković Sisters” award from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade for special achievements in comedy
  • 1990. “Janković Sisters” award from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade for special achievements in comedy