Posted on: Thu 8 Oct 2020
Saidin Salkic is a filmmaker, visual artist, poet, writer and musician based in Brimbank, Victoria – born in Srebrenica, Bosnia.
His works access the depths of human consciousness while celebrating a grand ecstasy. After seeing his first film, Tracey Moffat started a fundraiser for Salkic’s second film.
One of his latest films, Silence’s Crescendo, will have its television debut on Saturday the 10th of October on Adelaide’s Channel 44.
Saidin joined Packed Lunch’s Leon Bishop for a challenging and highly stimulating discussion about his works, philosophies and the world we live in.
Produced by Leon Bishop