Jasna Đuričić

Actress, director (Serbia)

Leading actress of the Serbian National Theater in Novi Sad (permanent member of the SNP 1990-2005) and professor of acting at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. She starred in the movie (White, White World, Autumn in My Street) and in TV series: Mixed Marriage, In Therapy, Love, Habit, Panic, Our Little Clinic. She made the film Circles with Srdan Golubović. In the SNP, she played roles in the plays Measure for a Measure, Liberation of Skopje, Messrs. Shopalovic Theater, Murlin Murlo, Carp Spawning, Pop Cira and Pop Spiro, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Crazy of Love, Death of Kuzman Kapidan Grigor Prlichev, Women in the National Assembly, Between Reality and Honey, Fathers and Fathers, Love of George Washington , If Sombor were Hollywood, Pepo or Rebellion of Angels. She played Antigone at the National Theater in Subotica, and also with great success on the stage of Atelier 212 (Roberto Cuko, Traveling Theater Shopalovic, Shining Forest, Alice), in Pad at the Bitef Theater, in Podgorica and Banja Luka, as well as in the Oscar-nominated film Que vadis, Aida? by Jasmila Žbanić.