has a master’s degree in business administration from Bled School of Management, an electrical engineering degree from the University of Zagreb, and has also completed the YMP at INSEAD.
He specializes in project management and has extensive experience in the preparation of greenfield real estate projects, with over 250 million euros of closed deals in his portfolio.
Among other business positions, before starting his entrepreneurial career in 2005, he was the Sales Director for Croatia for SAP AG.
Arsen Anton Ostojić
was born in Split in 1965. He received his BA in film directing from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb, and his MFA in filmmaking from New York University, both with honors. He completed three multiple award winning feature films, and all three of them were Croatian candidates for an Academy Award (“A Wonderful Night in Split” in 2004, “No One’s Son” in 2008, and “Halima’s Path in 2012). Together these three feature films got more than 70 awards and recognitions at more than 110 film festivals and competitions. His fourth feature film “F20”, produced through Filmosaurus Rex successfully premiered in the end of September of 2018.
Arsen co-wrote and directed one theater play (“Billie Holiday” in 2006 for the Croatian National Theater in Split). He also wrote and directed several award winning documentaries and short films (“Decorations”, “The Bird Lover” and “Life Drawing” among others).
He worked on about twenty feature films in Europe and in the United States as an assistant director or production manager. In 2016 he co-produced an animated feature film “The Oddsockeaters” which became the biggest grossing Czech animated film in the history. Between 2016-2018 he associated produced in a feature-length documentary “Trezoros, The Lost Jews of Kastoria” which ran for the Academy Award. He has been a member of the European Film Academy since 2005.