Tamara Baračkov (1988) graduated Dramaturgy at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. Since 2012, she has been working as a TV editor, dramaturge and screenwriter within the Culture and Art program of the Radio – television of Serbia.
She authored plays Fifty Strikes (Atelje 212, dir. Ana Grigorović) and Cell (National Theater Niš, dir. Aleksandra Pavlović), as well as dramatizations of Max Frish’s novel Homo Faber (Atelje 212, dir. Ana Tomović), Ingmar Bergman’s Private Confessions (Macedonian National Theater, dir. Nina Nikolić) and Best Intentions (public reading, Cultural Center Grad, dir. Ana Konstantinović). She was a dramaturge of Fragments of Disquiet (Eho Animato, dir. Ana Konstantinović), Othello (William Shakespeare, Macedonian National Theater/ Bosnian National Theatre Zenica, dir. Nina Nikolić), Rosmersholm (Henrik Ibsen, Belgrade Drama Theater, dir. Ana Konstantinović).
For Radio Belgrade, she wrote radio-dramas Copy – Paste and Amethyst, as well as radio-dramatizations of Jasminka Petrović’s novel The Summer When I Learned How to Fly and Yevgeny Zamyatin’s short story WOMB.
As a screenwriter assistant, she worked on several awarded shorts (Red Snow, Baits and Hooks, Of Ashes – a segment from October omnibus).
Her theater reviews and texts were published in magazines Scena and Teatron.
Within Eho animato, she has worked on: