Macedonian Movies

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Director:
Marko Nabershnik
Category:
Feature
Phase:
Post Production
Boris works as an electricity technician and is married to Vesna, who is unemployed. Their financial problems are eating away at the stability of the family itself. Passion and understanding between Vesna and Boris are fading. Their neighbors have a son who works as a sales agent in the Cosmica company. Boris acquaints himself with the philosophy of the company and becomes interested, especially as he sees it as a way for Vesna to make some money. However, exactly the opposite happens: the idea doesn't really grab Vesna, while Boris becomes excited about the business model. This results in numerous quarrels between Vesna and Boris, distancing them from each other. Boris becomes close with his neighbor.
Director:
Katerina Beninova
Category:
Documentary
Phase:
Pre Production
Life in cities has changed over the centuries, transforming the overall image of the city along with itself, its urban and architectural appearance. People who live in cities are mere passengers through time, leaving traditions behind as reflections of their existence. Humanity is based on history - a history that celebrates our role in this timeless space. The site of the Tsar's Towers confirms the existence of a civilization going back as far as 500 BC, proving that its survival is based on using the most elemental parts of life, like the Sun.
Director:
Category:
Feature
Phase:
Production
Requiem for Mrs J. is a drama about the country’s economic transition that ate its own children—the people who always worked honestly and failed to adapt to and cope with the new times. The story follows the lives of four women belonging to several different generations: a mother, her two daughters and her mother in law. The main character, Mrs. J, after losing her job, lacks the means to support her family. Her oldest daughter is secretly pregnant, while her younger daughter is going through a stormy period of puberty. The mother-in-law is silent, not communicating with anyone.
Director:
Edmond Budina
Category:
Feature
Phase:
Post Production
Eighteen years of distress in prison are as nothing compared to the ingratitude of the closest and dearest people who are transformed by the possibility of profit, forgetting that the destruction of their souls and the environment is primarily a loss and devastation for themselves.
Director:
Kujtim Gjonaj
Category:
Documentary
Phase:
Pre Production
Josif Bageri was an autodidact who learned to write and read at 18 and went on to become one of the most important personalities of the 19th century - a worthy representative of a period that many proudly call our "national revival". Bagari stood up as a human hero and creator against 500 years of Ottoman rule in a period of titanic efforts to achieve freedom and national dignity. This dark time is transferred to film, sometimes through today digression will be interpreted with vivid colors in order to convey the idea that this effort was not in vain.