Shot with our equipments
Some of the Films shot with our equipments
Fahrije’s husband has been missing since the war in Kosovo. She sets up her own small business to provide for her kids, but as she fights against a patriarchal society that does not support her, she faces a crucial decision.
A married Albanian mother and her pregnant sister try to find a man to play the part of the sister’s husband before they meet up with their strict, traditional father
The Happiness Effect
Lea, 21, is being diagnosed with leukemia. Having no time left she starts appreciating every hour, seeing beauty where she’s never seen before. Hoping she could change the world, Lea makes a video project aiming to give her contribution to living by creating a viral happiness effect.
I Love Tropoja
A bank analyst is being promoted to head an office in one of the most dangerous parts of the country – Tropoja.
Haunted by her long suppressed past and pressured by family to seek treatment from mystical healers for her infertility, a Kosovar woman struggles to reconcile the expectations of motherhood with a legacy of wartime brutality.
Kosovo is on the verge of war. ‘Dodona’ a small theatre in Prishtina closes down as the last public institution. Our 4 main characters, young actors KUSHTRIM, DONAT, FATMIR and LEKA watch poster of their play being removed. Its surrealistic comedy called “The Flying Circus” inspired by the legendary British TV series “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”. But, ‘something completely different’ will happen. They got invitation to perform in theatre festival, in Albania. But, traveling is very dangerous and they don’t have passports. Although tempted, they decide not to go. But, Fatmir heard the news on TV that Michael Palin of Monty Python is going to be filming in Albania at the same time when the festival happens. Idea of somehow meeting their idol is irresistible. But, the only way to make this journey is by illegally crossing the border of Montenegro and Albania, and that is great risk. They decide to go for it.
A young boy living in a house of women must race to save a houseguest who is teaching him Serbian, so that he can continue the search for his missing father.
Little Genti wants a puppy. He expresses his wish at the family gathering, after his Roma coeval Xeni shows at the door, with his stray dog friend Aaj. This brings up a fired up discussion among the grown ups. After a quick disapproval, discussion changes its path into a clash of generations, conflict between traditional beliefs and new contemporary way of life. Ignored by grownups and despite his mother’s disapproval, Genti joins Xeni and Aja on the street, continuing to find his new puppy-friend.