Goran Gocić

Goran
Gocić

Goran Gocić has worked as a freelance journalist, editor, translator and filmmaker for thirty-odd media outlets. His film credits include the documentaries Balkan Diaries: Bulgaria and the award–winning Bloody Foreigners. He has published Andy Warhol and the Strategy of Pop and Notes from the Underground: The Cinema of Emir Kusturica, selected among the top five film books of the year by The Observer. So far, his works have been translated into ten languages. In 2014, Goran Gocić’s first novel Thai won the NIN Prize, the most prestigious literary award in Serbia and has become a bestseller.

Goran Gocić has worked as a freelance journalist, editor, translator and filmmaker for thirty-odd media outlets. His film credits include the documentaries Balkan Diaries: Bulgaria and the award–winning Bloody Foreigners. He has published Andy Warhol and the Strategy of Pop and Notes from the Underground: The Cinema of Emir Kusturica, selected among the top five film books of the year by The Observer. So far, his works have been translated into ten languages. In 2014, Goran Gocić’s first novel Thai won the NIN Prize, the most prestigious literary award in Serbia and has become a bestseller.

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