After graduating Belgrade University in Architecture, Momcilo Mrdakovic went on to work in film production. Eventually he became a Second Unit Director/Assistant Director in many projects. One of them was Emir Kusturica’s UNDERGROUND that was awarded with the Golden Palm at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival. Mr. Mrdakovic’s first screenplay ITS ME THE HERO won the Hartley Merrill Screenwriting Competition Award. This award was given in collaboration with The Screen Writers Guild of America. MAMAROSH is his first feature film. Currently Mrdakovic is developing international project called Bronsky, based on the novel by the famous German writer Edgar Hilsenrath (1926-2019).
Unique traits: Alive
MAMAROSH Budget: $1M - $5M | Drama ⋄ Comedy Dreamy, middle-age guy Pera is film projectionist and still lives with his mother Mara in Belgrade. NATO’s 1999 bombing starts and two of them become refugees, living all the way in New York, USA.
Bronsky Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama ⋄ Comedy After his experience in concentration camps during the Second World War, young German-Jewish writer tries something almost equally hard, to survive in New York City in the 1950’s.
Film by Paprika Film Writer / Director / Producer Dreamy, middle-age guy Pera is film projectionist and still lives with his mother Mara in Belgrade. NATO’s 1999 bombing starts and two of them become refugees, living all the way in New York, USA.
My screenplay IT'S ME THE HERO won the Hartley-Merrill Competition Award.
My screenplay BRONSKY is SEMIFINALISTS in 1st Annual True Story/Biopic Screenwriting Contest
My screenplay BRONSKY is ranked #12 in the Capital Film Fund’s HOT 100 SCREENPLAYS LIST
University of Belgrade