Ronny's most recently completed, feature-length film, "Dust Box", starring Mariah Kanninen and featuring a soundtrack provided by Feeding Fingers, Justin Curfman and others, has just been picked up for international physical DVD and video-on-demand distribution. The film is already garnering quite a bit of praise, despite its unreleased status, including earning the #13 spot at Fright.com's "Best of 2012 Horror Films" - coming in at one place above Joss Whedon's, "Cabin in the Woods".
An official release date for "Dust Box" is expected to be announced very soon. Go here to keep up with the all of the latest information concerning "Dust Box", Filmbizarro.com and everything else that Ronny has his hands on.
Maja Backovic was born in 1992, in a small town in Central Serbia. She started playing violin at age 7, at the "School for Musically Gifted Children" in Cuprija, Serbia.
At the age of 14, Maja moved to Belgrade where she finished “Mokranjac“ music high school as the best pupil of her generation in attendance there. Throughout the course of her elementary and high school education, Maja won many first and second-place prizes at national competitions in both solo and chamber orchestra categories. She also played with school orchestras, chamber ensembles and as a solo performer in various concert halls in Serbia, Macedonia, Romania, Hungary, Italy and France, as well as in a series of music festivals in Spain and Portugal. One of Maja's more significant concerts was a solo performance in 2010, in the hall of „The Academy of Fine Arts“ in Belgrade.
Maja is a member and a soloist of the Jeunesse Moving Orchestra, founded in 2010 and led by conducter Misha Katz. She was as well a concertmaster last year, when the orchestra took part in the Avignon Theatre Festival in France and other countries.
Currently, Maja is completing her second year of studies at the Mozarteum University, in the class of Lukas Hagen.