Ljubisa Danilovic, French photographer and film maker originating from Yugoslavia, was born in 1974. He splits his time between making photographic documentaries covering non-media topics, personal project and assignments. He has also directed documentary films (Arte, Abbé Pierre Foundation, Médecins du Monde). He lives in Paris with his wife Elena and their sons Darko and Kosta.
« Avoir 20 ans à Belgrade » (20 years old in Belgrade) in 2003, Editions Alternatives (book).
PRIZES & AWARDS
2007: Finalist for the Prix LEICA Oskar Barnack.
2006: Special Mention in the « Prix de la Critique Photographique Kodak »
Finalist for the Prix SCAM Roger Pic.
2004: Finalist for the « Bourse du Talent » Reportage (photographie.com, Kodak, Picto, Prophot).
2002: Funding from Kodak for the project "Avoir 20 ans à Belgrade".
Personal: Serbian Cultural Centre of Paris (2004), Espace Confluences in Paris (2003), International Festival of Photojournalism of Barro (Charente 2004, 2003, 2002)
Group: “Violence”, WHO Headquarters, Geneva (2002)
Le Monde 2, Libération, Epok, Fotopozytyw, Réponses Photo, Objectif Photos, Photo Fan, VSD, Le Figaro Magazine, Télérama, DS, Marie Claire, Paris Match, The Independant, The New York Time Magazine.