Great News from the east and from the west! AGA’S HOUSE by Lendita Zeqiraj has been awarded with SPECIAL JURY AWARD at Kolkata International film festival in India, SPECIAL MENTION at ZINEBI Bilbao International Film Festival in Spain and CINEDAYS Festival of European Film in Skopje, North Macedonia.
GREAT NEWS from NORTH MACEDONIA! Three Awards for Lendita Zeqiraj’s “AGA’S HOUSE” at ODA Tetovo International Film Festival. Adriana Matoshi wins BEST ACTRESS AWARD for her role of Lumja, Rozafa Celaj and Basri Lushtaku get JURY SPECIAL MENTION Awards for their roles in “AGA’S HOUSE”.
Continuing it’s travel through North Macedonia, “AGA’S HOUSE” by Lendita Zeqiraj will be screened as part of Cine Balkan Panorama competition at ODA – Tetova International Film Festival, to be held from 7 – 13 October 2019, in Tetovo, North Macedonia.
Tetova International Film Festival – this year comes with a lot of energy, with a rich program, innovation and various films. The purpose of this festival is the approach of the all film artists in order to raise citizens’ awareness, exchange of ideas, presentation of cultural works. TIFF – ODA conquers Tetovo for around a week, turning it into a city of celebration, debate and promotion for the fact that a society is happier and more emancipated if through the art of language achieves to reflect its beautiful and its imperfection sides.
“AGA’S HOUSE” by Lendita Zeqiraj, will have its North Macedonia Premiere at MANAKI BROTHERS International Cinematographers Film Festival, as part of European Cinema Perspectives Program, to be held from September 14 – 21, 2019 in Bitola, North Macedonia.
The International Cinematographers’ Film Festival “MANAKI BROTHERS”, is the first and oldest film festival dedicated to the creativity of cinematographers across the world. It started in 1979 with the initiative of one of the main founders – MFPA/ the Macedonian Film Professionals’ Association. It was also co-organized with the Cinematheque of Macedonia and host-city of Bitola, established in honor and inspired by the abundant photographic/cinematographic opus of the MANAKI brothers: Yanaki (1878-1954) and Milton (1880-1964).