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Ivana Nikolic

Ivana Nikolic is a journalist based in Belgrade, Serbia.
Work experience
•	June 2019 – present 
Fixer and mentor on the documentary project of the British documentary filmmaker Joseph Shawyer. Responsible for finding interviewees, translations, etc.
•	June 2018 – present
Eastern European representative for the promotion of the debut solo album by British musician David Clayton, a keyboard player with the band Simply Red. 
•	November 2016 – present
Founder, editor in chief and web developer at Australiana Serba Internet Magazine (a magazine dedicated to Serbian-Australian ties and other related topics). Built and designed own WordPress Website for the magazine. 
•	February 2016 – present
Taking part in various projects as a freelance journalist. Writing articles and content for different companies, creating videos, conducting interviews, etc. Created and designed own personal website for this purpose as well. 
2.	TV Studio B, Masarikova 5 Belgrade
•	September 2003 – February 2016
As an editor, author and host of the popular documentary TV series “Moj Beograd” (“My Belgrade”), conducted over 300 long interviews with renowned Serbian, Italian, Russian, American and other international writers, scientists, actors, musicians, artists, academics, etc. 
•	April 2015 – February 2016
Author of a TV project created in cooperation with the Australian Embassy in Serbia. Worked as editor, author, coordinator and cameraman on this project. The result was the miniseries “Moj Beograd i moj Melburn” ("My Belgrade and My Melbourne"). It was sponsored by the Australian Embassy in Serbia, Etihad Airways and Air Serbia. Most of the episodes are on YouTube: 
- TV reporter on the morning program “Beograde dobro jutro” ("Good Morning Belgrade") and the news
	Co-hosted live morning program

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„Moj Beograd i moj Melburn“ (My Belgrade And My Melbourne) is a special edition of documentary TV series „Moj Beograd“. It is the project created by Ivana Nikolić and brought to life thanks to sponsorship of honour by Embassy of Australia in Serbia and shonsorhips by Air Serbia and Etihad Airways. This miniseries consists of 9 epizodes and it is screened in Melbourne, Sydney, Elaine and Belgrade. Ivana’s interviewees for this miniseries were H.E. ambassador of Australia in Serbia Juila Feeney, professor at RMIT University PhD Aleksandra Acker, renowned New Zealand-Australian harpsichordist PhD Donald Nicolson and few other respected members of Serbian diaspora in Australia and Australians who love Serbia and it’s culture, perform Serbian music, learn Serbian language, etc.


Ivana Nikolić interviewed over 300 renowned people as an author and host of „Moj Beograd“ for more than 12 years. Documentary series “Moj Beograd” (My Belgrade) broadcasted at TV Studio B (Serbia) is dedicated to everyone who love Belgrade. It is a valuable document and mosaic of life in Belgrade made of stories told by artists, scientists, bohemians, doctors, writers, sportsmen, journalists, musicians and other „ordinary“ and „extraordinary“ citizens of this city and other people who are in some other way connected to it. All of these people like witnesses of our and past times talk about themselves, people and places dear to them, their memories and hopes and all in all about their experience of Belgrade. Initial ideal was to collect interesting stories about Belgrade, but with time this documentary series became a mission of preserving true values and spirit of Belgrade.

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