Log Line

Set against the backdrop of protests and economic crisis, an international cast of characters reenacts the absurdities and comedies of who they are and where they come from. As their conflicts resolve, each one of them discovers something or someone that gives new meaning to their lives, fueled in no small part by the the Mediterranean pastry Bourek.


Directed by Vladan Nikolic

Written by Vladan Nikolic

Produced by Marios Piperides, Vladan Nikolic, Vladimir Subotic, Katerina Misichroni

Director of Photography Vladimir Subotic

Production Design Lisa Tsouloupas

Editor Vladan Nikolic

Music: Theodore

Make Up: Kyriaki Melidou

Hair: Angeliki Balodimou


Eleni Katerina Misichroni

W.C. Rupperts William Leroy

DJ Crush Robert Rees

Mirco Sergej Trifunovic

Slavko Branislav Trifunovic

Tarek Al Nazemian

Adem Marios Ioannou

Lilly Christiana Aloupi

Vasillis Yorgos Nanouris

Frank Jason Grechanik

Fujiko Mary Jamamoto

Director's Bio/Filmography

Vladan Nikolic is a Serbian independent film director, screenwriter and film producer. His awards include the TV Sarajevo Award and Zeta Film Award for Best Screenplay, Telluride Indiefest Best Film Award, and Tiburon International Film Festival Golden Reel Award. His feature film “Love” premiered at the Venice and Tribeca film festivals to critical acclaim and went on to win awards at film festivals in Geneva, Switzerland, and Barcelona, Spain. His subsequent film “Zenith”, incorporated an extensive transmedia project, expanding the film over multiple platforms, including theatrical, video, and online releases.

Nikolic has taught film directing, production, and digital filmmaking classes at various universities, including New York University. He is Dean of the School of Media Studies at The New School.

His book "Independent Filmmaking and Digital Convergence - Transmedia and Beyond" was published by Routledge/Focal Press in 2017.