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DAILY NEWS 2017


Interview with Borislav Angjelikj, film critic: “Manaki Brothers” is a significant festival for the region

28th September 2017|

Borislav Angjelikj is one of the most influential film critics in the region and beyond. He is a long-time film critic in the wide-spread Belgrade magazine “Vecernje Novosti”, he regularly covers the most significant world film festivals, he is a member of FIPRESCI and he had managed a few international projects of this association. He also visits the “Manaki

Karin Schiefer and Martin Gschlacht presented the state of the Austrian cinematography

28th September 2017|

Karin Schiefer from the Austrian Film Center, together with the cinematographer Martin Gschlacht, explained the challenges of the film industry in Austria. Karin Schiefer, who deals with promotion of the Austrian films and their placement on the world festivals, pointed out that, sadly, it is sometimes easier to reach to the foreign market than to the domestic audience, which

A story of refugees firmly gripped the attention of the audience

28th September 2017|

The Hungarian film from the main competition “Jupiter’s Moon”, which tells an interesting story of a refugee who gains a power of levitation, caused great interest with the audience, having in mind the societal aspect of the refugee subject. The cinematographer Marcell Rev explained at the press conference that the script for the film was, in fact, written a

Master Class with Christian Berger

27th September 2017|

In the regular time for hosting the Master Classes at the 38th “Manaki Brothers”, every day at 12 o’clock in the small hall of the Center for Culture, the festival guests, the audience and the students had a chance to attend the talk with the Austrian cinematographer Christian Berger, known as a close and permanent associate of the top

Interview with Celine Bozon, cinematographer: The female side of the film world

27th September 2017|

Berlinale, one of the most prestige film festivals in the world, set the agenda two years ago to have a quarter of female authors in its program. The number of works in all selections of the Berlinale program reaches 300 films. Even without having proclaimed such an agenda, this year’s edition of the “Manaki Brothers” festival is busy with

The student program is consisted of short films and opens interesting discussions

27th September 2017|

Short films of students from Macedonia and the region were screened as part of the student program, which was followed by a discussion moderated by Gjorgi Pulevski. There were some interesting topics opened up at the discussion, amongst which the relationship between the cinematographer and the young directors and their mutual influence in the work, as well as the

The documentary of Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova has the theme of the communist past of Bulgaria

27th September 2017|

Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova are the director duo that stands behind the documentary “The Beast is Still Alive”, which caused a blast and flame of reactions in Bulgaria because of its theme’s specificity – the communist past of Bulgaria. The two directors were present at the press conference after yesterday’s projection of their documentary and they explained in