Miroslav “Mika” Antić (1932-1986) was a Serbian poet, filmmaker, journalist, and painter. A polymath and bohemian, he played a key role in a range of artistic and critical fields in the post-war period, publishing poems and articles, as well as screenplays for short and feature films, television shows, and documentaries. His poems, which often explored his connection to the Vojvodina region and the Romani people, were popular at public readings in the 1960s and ‘70s. He completed two feature films as a director, both of which are considered important contributions to the “Black Wave” movement in Yugoslav cinema: Holy Sand (1968), and Breakfast with the Devil (1971). The latter, set in a flooded Vojvodina and critical of the Communist authorities’ post-war actions, was banned before release and only restored in the 1990s.