Miloš Lolić was born in 1979 in Belgrade where he studied directing for theatre and radio. In 2009 Lolić won a BITEF prize for his Belgrade production of Robert Musil's Die Schwärmer (The Dreamers), and in 2011 was invited to Munich's festival Radikal Jung with his Belgrade production of Falk Richter's Gott ist ein DJ (God is a DJ). In 2012 he received a Nestroy prize as Best Newcomer Director for his production of Wolfgang Bauer's Magic Afternoon at Vienna's Volkstheater. His most recent productions were Lorca's Bluthochzeit (Blood Wedding) and Koltes' Roberto Zucco at Munich's Volkstheater, Schwab's Die Präsidentinnen (First Ladies) at Vienna's Volkstheater, Toller's Hinkemann in coproduction of Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus and Salzburger Festspiele. His first work shown at Gorki was the docu-fictional stereo drama The Night of Gavrilo Princip, which was produced at the Europe 14|14 festival.