FEĐA STOJANOVIĆ DIESREAD MORE
Feđa Stojanović, theatre, television and film actor died today in Belgrade.
Graduated in acting from the Faculty of Dramatic Art in Belgrade in 1973, under the mentorship of prof. Milenko Maričić. Permanent member of the Atelje 212 ensemble since 1973. Also worked as professor at the Acting Department of the Academy of Arts at BK University.
Appeared in a number of roles in productions at Atelje 212, Zvezdara Theatre, Madlenianum Theatre, Malo Pozorište „Duško Radović“ and Boško Buha Theatre.
At the Yugoslav Drama Theatre appeared in following productions: Dreamers by Robert Musil, directed by Miloš Lolić, The Play About Mirjana and the People Around Her by Ivor Martinić, directed by Iva Milošević, Why Does Herr R. Run Amok? by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Michael Fengler, directed by Bobo Jelčić. In his youth appeared in a production based on For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway, adapted for the stage and directed by Miroslav Belović.
He will also be remembered for his many appearances on film and television.
The memorial service for Feđa Stojanović will be held at the Atelje 212 on Saturday, 8th May at 12pm. The cremation service will be held on the same day at the New Cemetery in Belgrade at 2pm.