Vladimir Todorovic is a filmmaker, a new media artist and an educator. He is working as an Assistant Professor at the School of Art, Design and Media, NTU in Singapore. His projects have won several awards and screened at numerous festivals, exhibitions, museums and galleries including: Visions du Reel (46th, 44th), Cinema du Reel (37th), IFFR (42nd, 40th and 39th), Festival du Nouveau Cinema, Busan Film Festival, L’Alternativa, Yamagata (YIDFF), Siggraph, ISEA (2010,2009, 2008,2006), Ars Electronica, Transmediale, Japan Media Art Festival, Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, 2010, 2014) The Reina Sofia Museum (Madrid, 2010), House of the World's Cultures (Berlin, 2005, 2010) and many others.
His films and new media art projects explore class differences, migration, memories, our relationship to history, land and changing environment. The structure and form of his art often exercise mathematical precision; hidden, minimal and micro narratives. His films have been described as being radical and novel in sensibly and poetically depicting human condition.
His projects were financially supported by various institutions including AND (BIFF), MDA, NRF, ICA Singapore, Mixed Reality Lab, KulturKontakt (Vienna), and Open Society foundation (Belgrade); and have been reviewed at Cinema Scope, Wired, Indiewire, De Filmkrant, Neural, Turbulence, Electrosmog, Artmagazine, Channel News Asia, Film Business Asia, Reuters, World News Network, Res Magazine and on hundreds of web pages and various social networks.