Emir Kusturica is a Serbian actor, screenwriter, film director, producer, and musician. Counted among the most famous European filmmakers of his generation, Kusturica is renowned for his naturalistic and surreal films. Over the course of his illustrious career, Emir Kusturica has won several prestigious awards including a Silver Bear and two Palme d'Or awards.
Goran Bregović is a recording artist who achieved prominence as the lead guitarist of the popular rock band, Bijelo Dugme. One of the most popular composers and modern musicians from the Balkans, Goran Bregović is also one of the few Yugoslav musicians to have performed at international venues like the Royal Albert Hall, Carnegie Hall, and L'Olympia.
Marinko Rokvić was a Serbian folk singer who achieved popularity after appearing at the Ilidža Folk Music Festival in the late 1970s. Rokvić went on to become one of the most famous Serbian folk singers during the 1980s. In 2019, Marinko Rokvić was honored with the Life Achievement Award by the Union of Serbia's Music Artists.
Davorin Popović was a Bosnian singer-songwriter best remembered for his association with the pop rock and progressive band Indexi, where he performed as the lead singer. Along with the band, Davorin Popović is credited with founding a specific music style known as Sarajevo pop-rock school.
Bosnian pop-rock singer Saša Lošić gained fame as the lead singer of the cult band from Sarajevo Plavi Orkestar. He has also composed music for various plays and films, such as Fuse and Cheese and Jam. He has worked as a songwriter, for films such as Welcome to Sarajevo, too.
Sejo Sexon is a Bosnian musician, actor, film score composer, and television director. He is best known as the co-founder of the popular rock group Zabranjeno Pušenje, where he also serves as the bandleader. Sejo Sexon is also credited with co-founding the New Primitivism movement in Sarajevo.