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Vladimir Lisinac

Vladimir's path to filmmaking started in Krusevac, Serbia, where he learned English language by watching American cinema. At the age of 19 he moved to U.S. to pursue higher education while playing the game of basketball at NCAA Division I level. He found home at California Polytechnic State University where he majored in International Business ... See full bio »

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Toma Producer
The Islander Producer


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  The Islander (executive producer) (post-production)
 2022 Popadija (TV Series) (executive producer)
 2021 Toma (TV Series) (executive producer - 1 episode)
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 2021 Toma (executive producer)
 2013 Along the Roadside (executive producer) / (producer)
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 2021 Toma (TV Series)
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 2013 Along the Roadside (producer: "Peanut Butter (ORCHESTRAL)", "Heartland Insecurity", "Lay Me Down", "Along the Roadside (PETALUMA)", "Eine Nacht im Wald", "The Big One", "Peanut Butter", "Medication Generation", "Safe on Steiner", "Strange Buzz", "Thoughtful Thief", "This Land is Their Land", "A Most Significant Thing", "The Winds")

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6' 9" (2.06 m)

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Being a Serb, foreign films played a major role in his development. As favorites, he named Seven Samurai (1954, Japan), The Lives of Others (2006, Germany), and Mars na Drinu (1964, Serbia). See more »


Many believe he's world's tallest film producer



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