During nine year's experience, Art&Popcorn produced 10 feature films which ranked the company among the most productive Serbian film producers. Art&Popcorn films has been presented at more than five hundred film festivals on six continents and won numerous international awards. Art&Popcorn authors' team consists of distinguished filmmakers as well as young talents whose professional career is still in its early and promising stage. Development, improvement, challenges and continuous presence in the European audio-visual scene is the basic strategic principle of Art&Popcorn, as well as commitment to the development and production of each film.
Since 2011, company Art&Popcorn has been very active in the field of executive production of European films and co-productions in Serbia. As the time passes, this field of activities developed more and more and in 2013 Art&Popcorn was Serbian partner and in charge for executive production of 4 feature films with more than 120 shooting days.
Beside film production, A&P has been very active in organisation of film festivals, being exclusive Partner for European Film Festival Palic, which celebrated its 20th edition in 2013. Co-founder and CEO of A&P, Miroslav Mogorovic has been Programme Director of this festival since its establishment and he hosted and celebrated numerous European well recognized authors like Theo Angelopoulos, Ken Loach, Ken Russel, Nikita Mikhalkov among many, many others. As a result of good presentation of European cinematography, Palic Film Festival hosted EFA's Sunday in the Country Programme in the summer 2013.
Since 2012, Art&Popcorn has also been in charge of management of Cinema Fontana, exclusively dedicated to promotion od the European and Children Films. Completely renovated and fully equipped, this cinema became favourite place for all Belgrade's cinema lovers, bringing back the hope that single screen art-house cinema still has a bright future. Cinema Fontana became a member of Europa Cinemas Network.
was born in 1972. in Zemun, Serbia.
He started working as a convention and festival manager in Serbian National Congress and Convention Center in 1995. Same year, he started working as assistant managing director on "Palić Film Festival".
In 1998 he became executive producer of "Palić Film Festival", and established it
as "Palić European Film Festival". He remains on that position until today.
In 2002, he became executive producer of "Belgrade International Film Festival", biggest and oldest Serbian film festival. He remains executive producer
till autumn 2006.
In the frames of "34th Belgrade International Film Festival" he established the "Belgrade Industry Meetings B2B", with focus on non-EU countries. He is the Head of B2B until today.
After working for ten years as festival & event organizer, in spring 2004,
together with the group of young film professionals, he established
"ART & POPCORN Motion Picture Company", and entered the production market independently.
In summer 2004 he co-produced FABULOUS VERA, part of omnibus project
LOST & FOUND, directed by Stefan Arsenijevic. LOST & FOUND was the opening film of Berlinale Forum 2005.
In summer 2005 he worked as a line producer in CHASING LUCK(Y), a Serbian comedy which had more than 65.000 admissions, and was third on the box office list for 2005.
In 2006, as a co-producer and executive producer, he started the shooting of a childrens´movie AGI & EMA, directed by Milutin Petrovic, as well as the shooting of THE SANDS, Serbian Hungarian-Montenegrin co production, directed by Szabolcs Tolnai. Both films were released in July 2007, in the frames of "Serbian Film Festival", and received numerous awards.
In 2007 he produced a feature documentary CENSORED WITHOUT CENSORSHIP, directed by Dinko Tucakovic and Milan Nikodijevic, that tells a story of a film movement called "The Black Wave", which was the most important and artistically strongest period of Yugoslav cinematography.
Since June 2004, together with another co-founder of "Art & Popcorn", Stefan Arsenijevic, he worked on developing of the film project LOVE & OTHER CRIMES.
This Serbian-German-Austrian-Slovenian co production found critical and audience
acclaim at its premiere in Berlinale, Panorama Special 2008, and won numerous awards on various international festivals.
In 2008 Miroslav also co-produced feature fiction film UNIVERSALOVE, directed by Thomas Woschitz. This Serbian-Austrian-Luxembourg production had its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival 2008. The film won the "Max Ophüls Prize" in Saarbrücken (Germany) in 2009.