Maja Milos was born in 1983 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia. She is an actress and assistant director, known for Klip (2012), Sisanje (2010) and Mali Budo (2014). See full bio »

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Known For

Klip Director
Sisanje Darija
Mali Budo Prof. Vesna Bjelica
Jug jugoistok Studentkinja


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 2014 Mali Budo
Prof. Vesna Bjelica
 2010 Uber Life: An Interactive Movie (Video short)
Weeping Woman
 2010 Sisanje
 2006 Sejtanov ratnik
Konceptualna umetnica
 2005 Jug jugoistok
 2004 Vuk (Short)
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 2010 Sisanje (first assistant director)
 2009 Zivot i smrt porno bande (first assistant director)
 2003 Devojacko juce (Short) (assistant director)
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 2012 Klip
 2004 Si Tu Timazin (Short)
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 2010 Sisanje
 2007 Klopka
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 2013 December (Short)
 2010 Uber Life: An Interactive Movie (Video short)
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 2012 Klip (written by)
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 2018 Beogradska trilogija (TV Movie) (special thanks)
 2016 Somehow Wit Da Spring (Short) (special thanks)
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 2004 Djacka istorija srpskog filma (TV Movie documentary)

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