Kristina Barišić is a music video and film director, art historian and photographer.

Through her work she combines real situations which she enriches or confronts with surreal elements. She is constantly questioning those two relations that give her complete freedom in work process and also in scenographic achievement. In addition, she is very much interested in entering private, self-styled, intimate spaces opposite the public image of someone and something as one of the themes that she’s exploring through modernity.

Capturing canons of art history, colliding and merging multiple forms into one content and video poetics is what is catching her attention.

Behind all that, she directed over 30 music videos, as well as a series of photographic stories that each have a unique visual experience in her own way.

She’s one of the founders of Poligon, an association involved in film and multimedia, and also a part of Distune promotion team and producer of Impulse festival.

Glavno jelo (Main Course) her short film debut won the Best Short Film Award at the 9th edition of the South East European Film Festival in Paris.

Based in Rijeka, Kristina is developing several personal and commissioned projects.