Films 2014

Ničije dete

by Vuk Ršumović / Serbia, Croatia 2014 / 95' / In competition

Cast and credits

Original title / Ničije dete

English title / No One’s Child

Director / Vuk Ršumović

Screenplay / Vuk Ršumović

Cinematography / Damjan Radovanović

Editing / Mirko Bojović

Music / Jura Ferina, Pavao Miholjević

Sound / Dubravka Premar

Art direction / Jelena Sopić

Costumes / Maja Mirković

Cast / Denis Murić (Pućke), Pavle Čemerikić (Žika), Isidora Janković (Alisa), Miloš Timotijević (Ilke)

Production / Miroslav Mogorović (Art&Popcorn)

Co-production / Vuk Ršumović (BaBoon Production), Ankica Tilic (Kinorama

International Distribution / Soul Food Distribution

Format / DCP, color

Runtime / 95 min.


In the spring of 1988 a wild boy is found deep in the Bosnian mountains living amongst wolves. He is given the name of Haris and sent to an orphanage in Belgrade to be taken care of by Ilke. He becomes inseparable from the little Žika and slowly starts pronouncing his first words. In 1992, in the midst of war, local authorities force him to go back to Bosnia where he is given a rifle and sent to the frontline. One night, for the first time in his life, the boy makes a decision entirely of his own.

Vuk Ršumović 

Vuk Ršumović was born in Belgrade in 1975. He studied cinema, theatre, television and radio at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He wrote screenplays for TV series, short films, animation films and documentaries. Furthermore, he is an active author of TV programmes. In 2007 he founded his own production company, BaBoon Production. Besides his commitment with cinema and television, he also collaborates with the main Serbian theatres. No One’s Child is his debut film.