Documentary Film School ACTive
by Darko Nabakov and Lejla Šubo (B&H, Kosovo, Macedonia)
Wandering between endless landscapes and swerving out of the way of animals and people going about their lives, Pusta Reka is an audiovisual postcard from a quiet place where what is in sight is just enough.
by Enes Begovski, Jon Dujaka and Nevena Jovanović (B&H, Kosovo, Macedonia)
Exploring the Makedonium through sounds and moving images, The Monument focuses on the space – free of its bonds to history.
A FIST OF MEMORY
by Aid Bešić and Shqipdona Ademaj (B&H, Kosovo, Macedonia)
Dimitri rifles through, and occasionally sings his memories. A Fist of Memory follows him as he recounts his greatest love, his family’s past, and the fortunes and misfortunes of his life, now all contained in photo albums, filled with people who are not there anymore.
by Norika Sefa (B&H, Kosovo, Macedonia)
Flutter visits a town hidden behind stone walls. Over time, the regular movements of nature through the town create a new teasing rhythm against its stillness.
TAR ON FINGERS
by Emina Adilović and Branko Avramovski (B&H, Kosovo, Macedonia)
Tar on Fingers is at first glance a story about tobacco. As the tobacco is processed, the craft fades to the background in favor of people who have made it their life.
TO LOVE IS TO LIVE
by Aleksandra Aleksovska and Venesa Mušović (B&H, Kosovo, Macedonia)
Duško and Danče live in Kruševo. To Love is to Live is a brief portrait of their life together, the impressions love has left on them through the years, and the extraordinary shared energy between two people that often speaks for them as much as they would on their own.
The production of these films was generously supported by National Endowment for Democracy (NED)