Bojana Vidosavljević was born in Sarajevo in 1987 and graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts Sarajevo, Department of Dramaturgy. She has been working at the Academy of Performing Arts since 2014 - first as a projectionist and staff member in practice, and since 2018 as a professional assistant in the Scenario Department.
As part of her professional activity in the field of theatre, she wrote the dramaturgy for the play Canary Soup (ASU Sarajevo, BNP Zenica) and directed it. She participated as a playwright and co-author in the dramatization of numerous plays such as The Secret of Raspberry Jam (Sarajevo War Theatre - SARTR), The Parliament (National Theatre Sarajevo, Chamber Theatre 55, SARTR) and One More Letter Through the Red Cross (MESS, SARTR). In addition, she was playwright and co-author of the text for the play The Hen (MESS, SARTR), playwright of the play What is Europe (MESS), co-author of the dramatization for the play My Factory, playwright and author of the dramatization for the play Brave New World (Sarajevo Youth Theatre), playwright and co-author of dramatization for the play Whistle (Association Living with Down Syndrome FBiH, Youth Theatre Sarajevo), playwright for the plays I Have No One Anywhere (Association Contact Sarajevo, SARTR), Stela, Flood (City Theatre Gavella in Zagreb), playwright and co-author of dramatizations for the play Snow (National Theatre Sarajevo).
Bojana is the winner of the Special Jury Award for Dramatization of the 53rd MESS Festival and received the Best Dramatization Award at the 13th Festival BH Drama for the play The Secret of Raspberry Jam, as well as awards for Best Dramatization at the 16th Festival BH Drama for the play My Factory.
As a screenwriter she worked on projects of the editorial staff of the BHRT Children and Youth Program. She is a long-time collaborator of the competition program of the Sarajevo Film Festival and in the BH Film Database project of the Association of Film Workers in Bosnia and Herzegovina.