He was bird in Bitola, R.Macedonia, 1968
He works as filmolog in the Macedonian Cinematheque.
He has been graduated at the Faculty of Philology "Blaze Koneski" in Skopje, Department of Comparative Literature.
Postgraduate studies has finished at the same department, with the theme of the theory of film, with a thesis that examines the connections, parallels, relations and mutual influences between literature, film and electronic media.
Publishes prose, essays, film and literature theory.
One of the participants in the founding of the International Association of filmmakers and filmmakers for Southeast Europe SEECN (Southeastern European Cinema Network)
Born in Thessaloniki in 1978, Dimitris Zahos studied Applied Informatics and Cinema at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Fine Arts. He has been working as a director in Film and Theatre productions. His short films have been selected in several international festivals.
Sasa Stanisic was born in 1979. He graduated from Film and TV directing departmentat the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Skopje. He also studied World and Comparative literature. He directed of couple of shorts: Sarah the Myth, Mangava Disco Punk (part of Skopje Remixed omnibus), Down from Heaven. He lives and works in Skopje.
Eva Kamchevska was born December 27, 1983. She graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Skopje, Macedonia in the Dramaturgy and Scriptwriting Department. She worked for some of the biggest TV stations in her country. By now, three of her short film scripts were made into short movies. In 2015 she graduated from the Vancouver Film School, Canada. After coming back to Macedonia, she continues writing for movies and TV.
Eleonora Veninova is a screenwriter/director of award-winning short fiction films (‘Fighting for Death,’ ‘Hairs,’ The Piglet Who Wanted to Fly’), documentary films and several Macedonian TV Series.
Eleonora Veninova is a screenwriter/director who graduated from California State University Northridge with MA in Screenwriting. She is the author of award-winning short fiction films (‘Fighting for Death,’ ‘Hairs,’ The Piglet Who Wanted to Fly’), documentary films and several Macedonian TV Series. Her films have been screened at over 40 festivals around the world. After her studies in Los Angeles, she moved to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where she worked as a writer/editor-in-chief for a local production company. She currently resides in Skopje.
Lyubo Yonchev was born on 16.02.1983 in Pleven, Bulgaria. He has graduated film directing from New Bulgarian University. His professional debut is the short fiction film Shooting star which has been nominated for the 29th European Film Awards in 2016, selected and awarded at many international festivals. In 2010 Lyubo Yonchev becomes a member of the Union of Bulgarian Filmmakers (Bulgarian Film Academy). Since 2016 he is a member of European Film Academy.
Catherina Momeva has graduated at the faculty of dramatic arts in the dramaturgy department. He finished his master studies at the same faculty in the Department for TV and film screenwriting. She has written several screenplays for short fiction films that were shown at important international film festivals. She has also published his own book with dramas. From 2009 she has been working as a docent in the class of the professor Dr. Sashko Nasev for the subject Film and TV screenwriting at the faculty of dramatic arts in Skopje.
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