Milica Zec is a film and virtual reality (VR) director, editor, and screenwriter. She grew up during the NATO bombing of Serbia, seeing the conflict destroy much of her country’s infrastructure. During this traumatic conflict, she decided to abandon her fear of death by learning the transformative power of acceptance and letting go. These experiences inspired Milica's directorial debut with the VR short narrative piece Giant, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2016. Giant has been featured in numerous press outlets including LA Times, The Guardian, and The Verge as one of the top VR experiences. Last year, Milica debuted her second VR film Tree (Sundance 2017) which takes the viewer through the immersive and empathetic experience growing as a tree in the rainforest. Other notable work includes Marina Abramovic Presents MACCOC.