Anja Alač Josifovski
actress, was born on September 29, 1988 in Belgrade. She graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, in the class of Prof. Dragan Petrović. She is a permanent member of the ensemble of the Belgrade Drama Theatre, in which she has played many roles in the last ten years. In addition to the theatre, where she is employed, she performed numerous roles in other theatres in Belgrade. She acted in a large number of series and films. She won the award for the best young actress at the Festival of Premieres in Aleksinac. She released her music album for Jugoton, where she writes song lyrics and sings.
Đorđe Kosić, playwright, was born in 1996 in Belgrade. He is the winner of the award of the Sterijino pozorje for the original domestic dramatic text for 2019/2020 for the play "A Lullaby for Aleksija Rajčić", which was read publicly at the National Theatre in Belgrade, and then played on "Raša Plaović" stage. As a dramatist and playwright, he worked in theatres in Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is the playwright of the first three editions of the festival of engaged theatre for young people "Angažman Fest", supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia. In addition to theatre, he is also involved in screenwriting. He is one of the founders and members of the creative group "Pointless films".
Jana Maričić was born in 1984 in Belgrade. She finished theater directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts. She directs in theaters all over Serbia: National Theatre Sombor, Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Bitef Theatre, National Theatre Subotica, National Theatre Kikinda, "Boško Buha" Theatre, Knjaževo-Serbian Theatre in Kragujevac, Serbian National Theatre, etc., but also in other media. She teaches acting at the Academy of Arts in Belgrade.