Daily news (2017)2018-07-01T15:24:56+00:00

DAILY NEWS 2017


GENA TEODOSIEVSKA: I AM TAKEN AWAY BY ALL THE VISUAL SENSATIONS WHICH STREAMED INSIDE AND THROUGH US DURING THE FESTIVAL

30th September 2018|

September 29, Bitola – The last 8 festival days in Bitola were filled with screenings of more than 95 films in 14 programs, Master Classes with Roger Deakins and Claudia Cardinale, the energies of the cinematogrpahers from the Balkans gathered at one place at IMAGO, but the most done thing was watching films. For the finish of the 39th

AN EVENING OF AWARDS AT THE 39TH ICFF MANAKI BROTHERS

30th September 2018|

September 29, Bitola – The creations of cinematographers were valued by Olympia Mytilinaiou, Rainer Klausmann, Mattias Troelstrup, Rebecca Fayyad Palud and Gjorche Stavreski. -We are honored to be present at this wonderful festival which celebrates the film camera. The Manaki Brothers festival is a miraculous place where you can learn new things and create new friendships. We will bring

THE WHOLE CVETKOV FAMILY INCLUDED IN THE FILMING OF SCOUT

29th September 2018|

September 29, Bitola – Tonight, at the closing ceremony of the ICFF Manaki Brothers, the short feature film Scout by the director Alex Cvetkov will be screened, who is actually a son of Rok Cvetkov, a famous stunt coordinator with a Macedonian descent. The film crew was introduced today at the press-conference. -I am very pleased that the film

GIRL IS A BRAVE BILINGUAL FILM FOR A TRANS-GENDER SITUATION

29th September 2018|

September 29, Bitola – At the last press-conference of this year’s edition of the Manaki Brothers, the official competition for Golden Camera 300 selector, Blagoja Kunovski – Dore introduced the film Girl, a Belgian-Dutch co-production. A guest at the festival is the cinematographer from The Netherlands, Frank van den Eeden. -I selected this film with great pleasure. As critics,

“THE INVISIBLES” OF MANAKI BROTHERS: A SMALL ARMY OF TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS

29th September 2018|

Every larger festival or event has its own “small army” of professionals who take care of the technical support. Usually, they are “invisible” for the festival guests and visitors. Paradoxical, yet true, is the fact that everything runs just fine at the festival when as long as the members of the technical crew are “invisible” for the rest: there