“AGA’S HOUSE” by Lendita Zeqiraj is set to have its Croatian Premiere at 67th PULA FILM FESTIVAL, in a Minority Co-Production Competition section. Pula Film Festival, established in 1954. It is held in a Roman amphitheater known as the Pula Arena. Pula Film Festival is the oldest film festival in Croatia and Balkan region, this year edition will be held from 18th to 26th July 2020.
Apart from film screenings open to the public, the annual Croatian film industry awards are also traditionally presented at the festival. The awards presented at the festival (called Golden Arenas) are the main national film awards in the country and they serve as the Croatian equivalent of the American Academy Awards, British BAFTA Awards, Spain’s Goya Awards, France’s César Award, etc.
“Aga’s House” by Lendita Zeqiraj won big at the fourth edition of the Aswan International Women’s Film Festival (AIWFF), which ended after a week-long run attended by dozens of Egyptian and international filmmakers and critics.
“Aga’s House” was named Best Feature Film, its maker Lendita Zeqiraj won Best Director, and its star Rozafa Celaj was named Best Actress, film also won the Jury’s critics award by Egyptian Film Critics Association.
AGA’S HOUSE travels back to France, as part of official selection at 15th Central and Eastern European Film Festival in Rouen, to be held from 3 – 8 March 2020.
15th Central and Eastern European Film Festival has a mission to discover the latest films from Central and Eastern European countries, new and innovative films, both by their form and their content, on societies where they come from.
AGA’S HOUSE travels back to India as part of contemporary world cinema selection at 12th edition of BIFFES, the Bengaluru International Film Festival scheduled to be held during February 26th – March 4th, 2020 in Bengaluru City.
The film festival is being organized by the Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy for the Government of Karnataka. Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka State in India, is an important center of International film culture in keeping with Karnataka’s glorious heritage and the State’s achievements in the fields of literature, fine arts, and cinema. The Kannada Film Industry has made significant contribution to the quality and range of cinematic expression and grown to produce over 200 films every year. Films from Karnataka have won national and international recognition and critical acclaim at various International Film Festivals, over the years.