Zlatko Topčić (born 30 April 1955) is a Bosnian screenwriter, dramatist and novelist. He has written a number of films, including: Remake, The Abandoned, Miracle in Bosnia, theater plays: Time Out, I Don't Like Mondays, Refugees, and novels: Final Word, Dagmar, Nightmare. His films have been screened at international film festivals including: Cannes, Venice, Berlin, Rotterdam, Karlovy Vary, Toronto, Locarno, New York, Los Angeles, Amsterdam. Dr. Spahić talked about Topčić as the most significant phenomena in world literature at the beginning of the 1980s. He is the most awarded Bosnian and ex-YU writer and one of the most awarded European writers. His works have been translated into twelve languages: English, German, French, Italian, Czech, Turkish, Polish, Swedish, Slovenian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Albanian, and have been included in several domestic and international anthologies. Topčić is a member of the Association of Writers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, PEN Center of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Association of Filmmakers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, International Screenwriters' Association and American Screenwriters Association.