Arman Dzidzovic is an award-winning New York based filmmaker who has directed films around the world. His work has appeared on HBO, Vice, VICE TV, The New York Times, Inkstone, Sports Illustrated and New York Magazine.

Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, he left in the early 90's at the start of the war and grew up in Queens, New York. Growing up as a refugee while navigating a swirl of cultures instilled in him a passion and empathy to direct films that amplify those voices least heard.

After directing films in New York City for The New York Times and Time Inc., he moved to Jakarta, Indonesia to take on the role of Head of Video at Vice. After directing several documentaries throughout Southeast Asia, he moved to Hong Kong to join South China Morning Post’s new vertical Inkstone, focusing on China. Today, he is currently based in New York City.

Arman graduated from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism with a Masters degree in International Reporting and is a member of the Video Consortium.



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