Igor Latinovic

Polyglot speaking five languages, holding a degree in Science in Sarajevo and in cinema at ESRA in Nice, Igor Latinovic is an author, director and producer. Born in Sarajevo, he lived during his youth in Yugoslavia where he spent a lot of time in the snowy mountains, which lead to his participations at the Olympic ski games, at Albertville. In 1993, he left his country and went to Europe where he discovered new cultures, languages, encounters and experiences. At the moment, he is preparing/creating a feature film inspired by his own life.


2015: co-producer – Le Grand Jour (The big day)– by Pascal Plisson

2003: production coordinator U2, Electrical Storm, Kan Zaman Films

2003: Producer – Dossier K – feature film by Raphaël Audaire, ILProduction

2001: Producer –Le transsibérien (the trans-Siberian)–, documentary by Raphaël Audaire


2018: Development : writer and director of the feature film– Les Trottoirs du Paradis (The pavements of Paradise)

2015: commercial director –Les orphelins du SIDA (the orphans of Aids) – shot in South Africa for the International Red Cross, UK

2014: Preparation of the plastic video installation project– Traces– with Xavier Veilhan

2009: commercial director Compilation –Man Ray 3

2007: video clip director – Africa for Milan Radic

2006: video clip director – Lights for Milan Radic

2006: Director and format conception of short films for Orange TV : Ma minute de foot (my soccer minute)

2005: documentary director – Hors-jeu sur Vahid Halilhodzic (off-side on Vahid Halilhodzic)

2002: co-director for the documentary – Massai et le train de la modernité (Massai and the train of modernity)

2000: co-director for the documentary – A la croisée des chemins (at the crossroads)

1998: director of the short films – A bientôt (see you soon)

1997: director of the short films – Nice à propos de… (about Nice..)

1996: director of the short films – On n’est pas de New York (we aren’t from New York) – Clermont-Ferrand short film festival and acquisition by Canal+ International


2010: Actor in the feature film – 118 318 : Sévices clients (118 318 : customer service) – by Julien Baillargeon

2000: Actor in the feature film – Métro – Grenoble short film festival