Stefan Đorđević was born in 1987 in Bor. After he moved to Belgrade for his studies, his previous main interest, skateboarding, was replaced by film and photography. The amateur film “Crap”, which he directed, was the inspiration for the feature film “Tilva Roš” by Nikola Ležaić, and in the same film Stefan plays one of the two main roles. “Tilva Roš” won the Heart of Sarajevo for the best film in 2010 and was nominated for European Discovery by the European Film Academy. He completed basic and master’s studies in Camera at the “Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade”. He graduated with the short feature film “Kamen u ruci” directed by Stefan Ivančić, which premiered in the ACID program of the Cannes Film Festival. The short feature film “Poslednja slika o ocu”, which he signed as screenwriter and director, had its world premiere at the Locarno Film Festival and won the Young Jury Award for the best international short film. The film went on to win awards at the festivals: Heart of Sarajevo at Sarajevo FF, Zagreb FF, Author’s Film Festival, Huesca IFF, Dokufest and was selected for over 50 international festivals. “Wind, Talk to Me” will be his feature debut as a director and screenwriter.