Balkan cinema at the Berlinale
Regional authors question the concept of Balkan film at the 69th Berlinale.
Lendita Zeqiraj: Until now, nobody has shown women in film as they are
Kosovar filmmaker talks bringing characters to life, misrepresentation, and the refreshing film scene emerging in Kosovo.
The symbol of some past time and a country that no longer exists
Farewell to Milena Dravić, one of the last legends of Yugoslav acting.
Fisnik Maxhuni: Kosovo’s diaspora is shaped by a constant search for identity, their stories need to be shared.
Director discusses his film “Zvicra” and the struggle of dual identity.
‘Sarabande’: On the universality that can’t be defeated by visa regimes
Kaltrina Krasniqi’s new film crosses centuries and cultures.
Sami Mustafa: Cinema can be more powerful than politics in changing people’s lives
Award winning filmmaker discusses the misleading portrayal of Roma in film and the next generation attempting to change it.