Biljana Tutorov graduated in Archaeology and Art History in Belgium, at Louvain’s Catholic University. She worked as a researcher at the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Louvain University. She completed the PhD course in Anthropological Film from Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes in Paris. For several years she attended Jean Rouch’s course in Ethnographic Film and Film Aesthetics with Alain Bergala at the University Paris 3 – Nouvelle Sorbonne. She studied theatrical art and acting at Ecole International de Thêatre Jacque Lecoq in Paris, and in 2006 she was an artist-in-residence working on her documentary film at Maison du Doc in Lussas, France.
In 2002 began her collaboration with Darko Rundek and Cargo Orchestra, of which she is a standing member as a VJ. With Cargo she explores the musicality of image and cinematic dimension of music. She designer several video installations, made short and feature fiction and documentary films, video works and performances. As an assistant she worked with Želimir Žilnik, and in 2012 she was a curator of Cinemacity festival’s academic programme, as well as a programmer and cross-media editor at Free Zone Film Festival in Belgrade 2014.
Na što čekamo, baba?, documentary (2014/2015)
Pirika na filmu, documentary (2012.), assistant to director Želimir Žilnik
Akasha, fiction (2005.)
Ista slika, spot (2003.)
Ruke – Prvi dan, documentary (2002.)
Plum Wars, documentary (1999)