Srdjan is a film editor based in Amsterdam, a graduate of the Netherlands Film Academy, Amsterdam School of the Arts. With over 20 years of experience in the post-production industry, Srdjan has successfully worked on numerous film and television productions and has screen credits on many award-winning documentary films. He speaks BCS, English, Dutch and Russian and is a dependable, flexible team player who offers creative input. Srdjan is proficient in Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro and FCP X editing software.
Name: Srdjan Fink
Lives in: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Company: De IJsbreker Editing
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Baby Peggy, the Elephant in the Room
Video by Vera Iwerebor (Documentary, Biography and History) Editorial department This is a unique portrait of one of Hollywood's last Silent Stars, Baby Peggy. Today Diana Serra Cary s 93 years old and her short comedies are being rediscovered in Europe. For the first time she is confronted with her hard work as a minor. Memories come back. Diana tells her life story with inner depth. Written by Anonymous
Film by Marc Schmidt (Documentary) Editor Since Kosovo declared its independence in 2008, European judges are working hard to introduce a new Rule of Law in the country and transform it into a modern democracy. Dutch judge Angela Kaptein is assigned to re-establish justice in Mitrovica, a divided city in this new country, but local confrontations between Serbians and Albanians have led to the closure of the courthouse. Will Angela manage to get this court operational again? Written by Holland Film
Shades of Grey
Film by Saskia van Den Heuvel (Documentary, Action and Drama) Editor Shades of Grey is a documentary on the shades of Grey in human life, on heroism and powerlessness, moreover on what happens when the question of guilt is not easily answered. The film tells the story of Mies Braal (90), great aunt of director Saskia van den Heuvel who lives in Canada. After her husband Frans passes away, Mies is finally able to lead her own life. This World War II heroin tries to take responsibility for the awful things that happened in her family. For this she might need more courage that she needed as a young mother in WWII when she hid 26 people in her home, amongst whom a Jewish boy and a Canadian pilot. Written by Anonymous
Jack, the Balkans & I
Film by Sergej Kreso (Documentary, Biography, Music and War) Editor In 1972, Congolese-Belgian pop star Jack Roskam moved to Yugoslavia, where he met and married his Croatian wife. He became the guitarist of one of the most popular local rock bands, Galija. Tall, black, his hair in dreadlocks, Jack stood out on stage among his mostly Serbian band-mates. A confirmed pacifist, Jack had escaped service in the Belgium army, but when the war in Yugoslavia broke out, his convictions were sorely tested. The war forced him to exchange his Fender Stratocaster for a Kalashnikov and to fight in the Croatian army. Meanwhile, Bosnian filmmaker Sergej Kreso left the country during the war. After 15 years he comes back to take a tour with Jack, looking for the Galija members and the answers to his questions. This road movie portrays a country under reconstruction, filled with striking images of both the beauty and the scars. Written by Anonymous
A Silent Star
Film (short) by Vera Iwerebor Editor
Film by Sergej Kreso (Documentary, History, Music and War) Editor LaBanda was one of the most important bands of a Sarajevo alternative rock scene. In the late 80s LaBanda was working on their first album. Eleven songs were recorded. But the war spreads in Bosnia and album stays unfinished. 15 years later the members of LaBanda tracks each other (they live in 5 deferent countries) and decides to finish the work they started long time ago - to record the last two songs of the album. They meet each other for the first time after 15 years in Sarajevo, the place they were forced to leave many years ago. Written by Mario K.
Film by Mascha Novikova (Documentary and War) Editor Chechnya's struggle for independence, as seen through the eyes of three friends who grew up in the Chechen capital of Grozny.
Deacon of Death
Film by Jan van den Berg (Documentary) Editor
TV Movie by Rogier Gerritsen (Sport) Editor Tv magazine about Sailing, kiting and surfing adventures.
Film (short) by Artchil Khetagouri (Drama, Mystery and War) Actor An old and weary man, ashtray full of cigarettes, back seat full of garbage, smoking away his problems, is on his way to nowhere. On the difficult way through the woods suddenly he stops. A young boy is sitting on a tree. Wanting to know more, he tries to follow him but soon loses track. After further explorations he discovers a hovel. Meanwhile the boy gets in trouble when he loses his ball to some sadistic soldiers. This isn't a peaceful time. Soon the old man will find out that his own problems are nothing compared to what the boy must go through. Written by Arnoud Tiele (email@example.com)
La balsa de piedra
Film by George Sluizer (Drama and Fantasy) Editorial department An inexplicable crack in the Pyrenees Mountains provokes excitement and scientific curiosity. As the geological fracture deepens and widens, the European community begins to disassociate itself from the calamity, and panic ensues among tourists and residents attempting to escape. When Spain and Portugal physically separate from the continent, the detached Iberian peninsula aimlessly floats off to sea, becoming home to a group of god-like humans. Written by Erwin van Moll <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Westwood Loves You
Film (short) by Chris Westendorp (Documentary) Editor
Television (Documentary) Editor