Golubovic (1972) is one of the most acclaimed Serbian directors. His first feature film Apsolutnih Sto (Absolute Hundred 2001) participated in main programmes of over thirty international film festivals, including Cottbus, Rotterdam, Thessaloniki, Toronto and San Sebastian, winning 10 international and 19 domestic awards.
His second feature film Klopka (The Trap) had its world premiere at the Berlinale 2007. The Telegraph called it ‘a grippingly confident and controlled piece with a story that suggests Ripley´s Game cross-plotted with John Q and given a rewrite by Dostoevsky on a particularly morose day.’ The film has won a total of 21 international awards and was shortlisted for the Oscar in best foreign film category.
Along with a team of young film artists, Golubovic is the main vehicle behind the production company Baš Celik, making video clips for a number of established local music artists, as well as commercials and marketing campaigns.
He is an assistant professor of Film Directing at The Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.