Born in Zagreb, Marina Aničić Spremoearned a degree in Journalism at the Faculty of Political Sciences and was working for years as a radio and TV journalist. In 2015 she continued her professional education and com-pleted the courses in Video Production Programme at the Music Production Academy, Building a Character in Docu-mentary at FadeIn - In Focus, and Film School of the Zagreb Kino Club. Since 2016, she has worked as camera assistant on various projects. At the production company FadeIn’s workshop she made her first short documentary film Shepherd, which was screened at several Croatian and international festi-vals (Kratki na brzinu, Viva Film Festival, Twin Lion International Film festival, AFC Global Fest, San Mauro Film Fest). The same year she participated in the workshop for women documentary filmmakers at the Underhill Fest in Podgorica, Montenegro, tutored by Biljana Tutorov, Lejla Dedić and Jelena Maksimović. In 2016 she also made her first short reportage documentary Spomenak for the Croatian Heritage Foundation. Dubicais her first feature-length doc-umentary, and she is currently working on the reportage documentary with the working title Mandolin.
2017. Pastir, documentary