Damir Radić (Zagreb, 1966) is a poet, filmmaker, film and literary critic. He graduated in History and Comparative Literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. Many of his poems have been included in numerous anthologies and translated into Hungarian, Polish and Slovene.
Radić is also the author or co-author of more than forty films which include both short (documentary, experimental and hybrid films) and feature films like Last Days of Summer (2018). He received many awards for his works (both literary and film), including the Kvirin Award for poetry, Vladimir Vuković Award for Film Critics and the Veliki Brcko Award of the Pssst! International Silent Film Festival.
With fellow poet Andrijana Kos Lajtman, he published a conceptual poetry collection Contagious Zone which was shortlisted for Tin Ujević Award, considered one of the most prestigious awards in Croatia.