Photography: Igor Mandić
ALEKSANDRA JANKOVIĆ has graduated in Acting from the Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade. She is a member of the Belgrade theatre Atelje 212 ensemble. Her career began in her thirties in the same theatre with the performance Two of Us. It was followed by the cooperation with the eminent Serbian director Dejan Mijač (America, Part Two by Biljana Srbljanović). In Yugoslav Drama Theatre, she played in the performance Locusts by Biljana Srbljanović (2005), then played the role of Gertrude in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Dušan Jovanović (2006), and in the performances Barbelo, of Dogs and Children (2010), Hinkemann - What Must Be Some (2013), and Judgement Day (2017). With the Heartefact production, she played in the performances Hunger (2013), directed by Andrej Nosov, and A Tomb for Boris Davidovich (2014), directed by Ivica Buljan. The latest production in which she played is Regime of Love by Tanja Šljivar, directed by Bojan Đorđev (premiered in 2018), which will be shown at this year’s Bitef Festival Showcase of Serbian Theatre programme. She has received Sterijino Pozorje Award for acting, “Zoran Radmilović” Award, and “Branka i Mlađa Veselinović” Award.