Skopje, 15 August 2019 (MIA) – Ten Macedonian documentaries and 70 foreign films will be shown as part of the 10th MakeDox Creative Documentary Film Festival taking place in Skopje from Aug. 21 to 28.
The films will be screened at Kurshumli An, the Youth Cultural Center MKC, as well as at Millennium and Frosina cinema theaters, according to Petrula Veljanovska, MakeDox film selector, speaking at a news conference.
Veljanovska announced the screenings of late filmmaker Biljana Garvanlieva’s last film Tetovo Twilight; Robert Jankuloski’s Manaki: A Story in Pictures, Ana Aleksovska’s Gentlemen from Contemporary, Nikola Ivanovski’s Salvation, four films from the MakeDox Docusprouts series, Lidija Mojsovska’s The Way of Clave, and Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov’s Honeyland.
The festival will open with Misericordia (2019) by Xavier Marrades and Seamus Murphy’s A Dog Called Money (2019).
Seven feature films will be shown from this year’s country in focus, Germany.
The 10th MakeDox will also present two photo exhibitions, a workshop by Jana Cisar and a masterclass by Viktor Kossakovsky. mr/