Rajko Radovic is a proponent of the Global Cinema movement. He graduated from the London Film School, and pursued an international career as a filmmaker and also a movie critic. His many interests and prodigious curiosity led him to practice the arts and techniques of filmmaking on both theoretical and practical levels. He wrote scripts for short feature films for JFD productions in Montreal, contributed ideas to Micheline Lanctôt Juniper Tree (Le Piège d'Issoudun) - in 2003, and shot documentaries for the NFB. In 2005 he was awarded the Canada Council grant for an emerging artist. His writings on contemporary cinema and the phenomenon of Globalization appeared in major publications such as Film International, UK, and Sweden https://filmint.nu/page/2/?s=Rajko+Radovic. He is a regular contributor to Kult, the cultural magazine of the "Montenegrin national newspaper“ Pobjeda“ https://www.pobjeda.me/clanak/srpske-istine-i-lazi. While his latest book of essays on Globalization and American genre films published by Prometheus, Novi Sad and titled “ Escape from Brazil“ (2021) https://www.biblio.com/book/bekstvo-iz-brazila-zapisi-filmu-i/d/1444580749 has recently been launched at an event in the Belgrade cinematheque and was described by the theatre director Mrs. Vida Ognjenovic as “ a major cultural event”. “Last day on Earth “ is his latest foray into feature filmmaking territory and his first professional collaboration with DOP Nenad Mladenovic and his production company from Washington DC.