Srđan Keča is a Yugoslav-born filmmaker, visual artist and educator living in the U.S.
His documentary films have been selected at leading festivals, including the Berlinale, IDFA and HotDocs, while his video installations have been exhibited at venues like the Venice Biennale of Architecture and the Whitechapel Gallery. His early medium-length films include A Letter to Dad (IDFA 2011, Dokufest 2011 - Best Balkan Documentary) and Mirage (Jihlava IDFF 2012 - Best Central and Eastern European Documentary). Flotel Europa, an archival feature-length film produced and edited by Keča, premiered at the Berlinale in 2015, winning the Tagesspiegel Jury Award, and went on to win awards at numerous festivals including Documenta Madrid, Torino Film Festival, and IndieLisboa. His latest film, the poetic-observational feature Museum of the Revolution premiered at IDFA in 2021, and won awards including the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Documentary at Sarajevo Film Festival and Best Feature at Big Sky Documentary Festival. It has been released theatrically in Europe and North America and broadcast on major networks including Al Jazeera Documentary Channel.
Keča’s work has been praised in Senses of Cinema, Sight & Sound, Variety, Cineuropa, Modern Times Review, and POV Magazine, among others. He is an alum of the Ateliers Varan and UK’s National Filmand Television School (NFTS), and a Sundance Institute grantee. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art & Art History at Stanford University and Program Director of Stanford’s M.F.A. in Documentary Film.