Vladan was among the digital filmmaking pioneers in the '90s, shooting his first feature "Burn" on consumer camcorders, and teaching the first digital filmmaking courses at The New School and at New York University. His second feature, "Love" (2005) premiered at the Venice and Tribeca film festivals to critical acclaim. It went on to win awards at film festivals in Geneva, Switzerland, Barcelona, Spain, and the Best Director Award at the Tiburon International Film Festival. In 2010 he wrote, directed and produced the feature film "Zenith," which is also part of an extensive trans-media project. The film has been released in a unique and innovative way, combining theatrical, video, and online releases over multiple platforms, receiving a cult following worldwide.