Svetlana Cemin, director is the founder of 610FILM, a Brooklyn-based art film production house. She is an award-winning filmmaker raised in Belgrade, Serbia. After a worldwide modeling career, she ended up in the New York theatre scene. As an actress, she appeared in numerous plays and independent films, among them: Oh, Dubrovnik!, by Jonathan Bolt and Lodge Kerrigan’s Clair Dolan, respectively. Her vision is to create experimental art films as well as documentaries and feature films that promote the work of artists and art. Her recent director-producer-writer credits include Adam Fuss, A Landscape of Imagination, feature documentary( Hollywood New Directors, Film Festival 2018 Best Documentary and Audience Award); Laura Kaplan, Love is All that Matters, a short film, (winner of best short film in BANEFF Stockholm 2017), LIFF (official competition) LAFF, NYC Film Festival; STEF, BURN, short film, a 22-min documentary of an Aussie drag queen, Olympia Bukkakis, and another short film Madeleine Hatz, A Royal Vagabond. The latest project Saint Clair Cemin, Psyche is in post production, and Father Arsenie is currently in production. Her writing credits include: A Woman is An Airplane (a one act play), Alma’s Brain (a screenplay), and her first novel, Unhinged, or Dora’s confession, has been adapted into a screenplay. Svetlana Cemin works and lives between New York City, Belgrade, SR and Hydra, GR.