MACEDONIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN LONDON
The first Macedonian film festival organized by group for promotion of Macedonian culture in Great Britain “Krug” will be held in London on April 29-May 5, MIA reports.
Several feature and documentary films will be screened in the course of six festival evenings. “Shadows” of Milco Mancevski will open the festival.
The program also includes projections of “Gypsy Magic” of Stole Popov, “The Great Water” of Ivo Trajkov, documentaries “Planetarium” of Kiro Urdin and “To the End of the World” of Marina Dojcinovska, as well as “Bal-Can-Can” of Darko Mitrevski, and “Upside Down” of Igor Ivanov. The audience will also have the opportunity to see several films from the opus of Macedonia’s oldest living film director Blagoja Drnkov.
Macedonia's Ambassador to Great Britain, Marija Efremova will open the festival, held in cinema hall “Prince Charles” near London’s Leicester Square.
“Krug” founder Vesna Sokolovska told MIA the event aims at promoting Macedonia’s culture before Britons, and offer a different image of the country, its possibilities and achievements in culture.
MD: Nice! Great to see such activities, for all of you in the UK, this is really worth a visit! For more info and purchasing tickets, click on the link below.