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Nikola Kojo is a Actor and Producer Serbe born on 5 september 1967 at Belgrade (Serbie)

Nikola Kojo

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Birth name Nikola Kojo
Nationality Serbie
Birth 5 september 1967 (53 years) at Belgrade (Serbie)

Nikola "Nidža" Kojo (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Којо) (born 5 September 1967 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian actor.

Kojo grew up in front of the camera and acted in his first movie at the age of 11. Since then he has been featured in more than 45 movies and TV series, including "Mi nismo anđeli" (We're Not Angels) being one of his most notable films. He starred again in a 2005 sequel Mi nismo anđeli 2.

He gained popularity as a teenager in 1980s playing the teen heartthrob in Lude godine, a series of comedy films that had 10 sequels in total.
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Filmography of Nikola Kojo (18 films)

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To the Hilt, 2h45
Directed by Stole Popov
Genres Drama, War, Action, Western
Actors Nikola Kojo, Miki Manojlović, Nataša Petrović, Toni Mihajlovski, Vlado Jovanovski
Roles Agent
Rating77% 3.8785653.8785653.8785653.8785653.878565
Macedonia, a small country in the heart of the Balkans, is five hundred years under the Turkish yoke. The action takes place in the bloody post-revolutionary period after 1903, more precisely in the first decade of the 20th century.
Death of a Man in the Balkans
Directed by Miroslav Momčilović
Genres Comedy
Actors Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Radoslav Milenković, Nataša Ninković, Ljubomir Bandović, Branislav Trifunović, Nikola Đuričko
Roles Composer
Rating74% 3.741943.741943.741943.741943.74194
An introverted loner who composes music for a living (Nikola Kojo) commits suicide in a Belgrade apartment in front of his web camera.
The Parade
The Parade (2011)
, 1h52
Directed by Srđan Dragojević
Origin Serbie
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Nikola Kojo, Dejan Aćimović, Goran Navojec, Toni Mihajlovski, Radoslav Milenković, Mira Stupica
Roles Limun
Rating72% 3.64793.64793.64793.64793.6479
The film introduces a group of gay activists, trying to organize a pride parade in Belgrade. Among them Mirko Dedijer (Goran Jevtić), a struggling theater director who mostly makes a living by planning lavish and kitschy wedding ceremonies on the side. Organizing such a parade is no easy task in Serbia as evidenced by the violence at the 2001 parade attempt. Now, almost a decade later, the situation is not much better - nationalist and right wing groups pose just as much threat so despite repeated attempts through official channels, Mirko is getting nowhere since the police refuses to secure the event. Mirko's effeminate boyfriend Radmilo (Miloš Samolov) is a veterinarian - he is not nearly as political and is quite content keeping a low profile. Although the two try to live discreetly, both still experience various forms of abuse from the homophobic majority.
Skinning (2010)

Genres Drama, Action, Crime
Actors Bojana Novakovic, Nikola Rakočević, Nikola Kojo, Dragan Mićanović
Roles Inspektor Milutin
Rating63% 3.1990553.1990553.1990553.1990553.199055
The film opens with actual news footage of protests in front of American embassy in Belgrade following the Kosovo is Serbia protest rally that was held in response to 17 February 2008 unilateral declaration of independence by ethnic Albanians inhabiting Serbia's southern province of Kosovo. This news footage is intercut with shots of the movie's main protagonist, skinhead Novica, protesting by leading chants and lighting flares in front of the embassy while he's also providing narration.
Contact (2006)

Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Nikola Kojo, Labina Mitevska
Roles Janko
Rating70% 3.530553.530553.530553.530553.53055
Bal-Can-Can, 1h29
Directed by Darko Mitrevski
Origin Macedoine
Genres Drama, War, Comedy, Action, Adventure, Crime
Actors Vlado Jovanovski, Nikola Kojo, Branko Đurić, Seka Sablić, Toni Mihajlovski, Miodrag Krivokapić
Roles Osman Rizvanbegović
Rating76% 3.842953.842953.842953.842953.84295
Bal-Can-Can est une comédie relatant les aventures d'un homme recherchant le tapis contenant le corps de sa belle-mère à travers les Balkans.
Ivko's Feast, 1h50
Directed by Zdravko Šotra
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Nataša Ninković, Dragan Bjelogrlić, Srđan Todorović, Milorad Mandić, Nikola Đuričko, Anica Dobra
Roles Muzikant
Rating71% 3.5951653.5951653.5951653.5951653.595165
Ivkova Slava is set in the southern Serbian city of Niš in the 19th century, after the liberation and immediately after the establishment of the railway line Belgrade - Nis. This movie is about Ivko, a man, who celebrates Đurđevdan with people across the city.
Life Is a Miracle, 2h32
Directed by Emir Kusturica
Origin Serbie
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Transport films, Rail transport films, Political films
Actors Slavko Stimac, Mirjana Karanović, Vuk Kostić, Aleksandar Berček, Nikola Kojo, Vanessa Glodjo
Roles Filipović
Rating75% 3.79813.79813.79813.79813.7981
The film opens just as construction has been completed on a railway connecting a mountainous regions of eastern Bosnia and western Serbia in 1992. Luka, a Serbian engineer, has moved to Bosnia from Belgrade with his mentally unstable wife, Jadranka, and his football-playing son, Miloš, to run a railway station and act as caretaker. Luka is at work preparing the opening of the railway while Miloš attempts to become a professional footballer with the Partizan team. Utterly engrossed in his work and blinded by natural optimism, Luka remains deaf to the increasingly persistent rumblings of war, which has broken out in Croatia and threatens to spread.
The Wounds
The Wounds (1998)
, 1h43
Directed by Srđan Dragojević
Origin Serbie
Genres Drama, War, Thriller, Comedy, Action, Crime
Themes Films about writers, Films about journalists, Medical-themed films, Films about drugs
Actors Branka Katić, Milan Marić, Dragan Bjelogrlić, Miki Manojlović, Gorica Popović, Nikola Kojo
Roles Biber
Rating80% 4.047714.047714.047714.047714.04771
Rane's opening sequence announces it as being "dedicated to the generations born after Tito". The film follows the fate of two boys, Pinki and Švaba, growing up in Novi Beograd during the Yugoslav Wars period (1991–96).