Sandin Puce was born in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He attended a film workshop there and instantly discovered his love for the moving image. He was the co-founder of the Film Club, and the Short Film Festival in Mostar. Concurrently he started to work with the New York film critic Howard Feinstein and the Sarajevo Film Festival, whilst shooting his own short films, music videos, and commercials. It’s fair to say that Sandin was a very busy boy. In 2008, he left his homeland to study directing at the prestigious Film Academy in Ludwigsburg, Germany. During his studies, he directed movies for Smart, Opel, Johnnie Walker and Adidas. Sandin was nominated three times for the Young director award in Cannes. In 2013 he won the 1. prize in the category Filmschool. His films were nominated, shown and recieved prizes on many festivals such as ITFS (Stuttgart), Anima (Brussel), Spotlight Festival (Mannheim), MonstraFestival (Lisbon), Reklamfilmpreis (Frankfurt), kurzundschön (Cologne), ADC (Germany), Hamburg Animation Festival, NEW GERMAN DIRECTORS’ SHOWCASE from Saatchi & Saatchi, KROK International Animated Film Festival, Animayo (Gran Canaria), etc. Sandin now lives and works in Berlin.