After high school, Vladimir Bibic studied economics for three years . He continued in Paris, France, studies of political sciences and International Relations in London. His emerging interest in filmmaking led to a degree in cinematography from the Institut des Hautes Etudes Cinematographiques. He came to the United States in 1965 and studied acting, receiving a degree from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Now he would go on the merge his knowledge and interests for a brilliant career as an educational documentary filmmaker.

Mr. Bibic’s awards include the CINE Golden Eagle for China: Contemporary Changes in Historical Perspective, making this film eligible for entry in the 1992 Academy Awards competition.

His achievements include several films for the United Nations and two films on Yugoslavia for National Geographic.He has made educational films on Latin America, the Middle East, Scandinavia, Africa, China, India, Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union. “The more I traveled, the more I realized that every country of the world must find its own way of change and progress,” he says. “And after making one film on Yemeni traditional architecture, I realized that the concept of harmony between tradition and progress must be a central theme for my films.”
Currently, Vladimir is preparing his first feature film and is planning to update many of his documentaries.

During his filmmaking career, Vladimir Bibic also worked actively as an actor. Check the website to learn more about his work as an actor.