FAST FORWARD 2019 / Projections:
11/12/2019 / 18:30h / Montenegrin National Theatre – Studio Scene / Podgorica
12/12/2019 / 11:00h / Gymnasium ‘Panto Mališić’ / Berane 
13/12/2019 / 12:00h / Gymnasium Kotor / Kotor

Edna Vuk Mitevski / North Macedonia / 2019 / 11′

Director: Vuk Mitevski
Screenplay: Teona Strugar Mitevska
Editor: Blagoja Nedlkovski, Vanco Mirakovski
Sound: Emil Klotzsch
Production: Sisters and Brother Mitevski, Entre Chien et Loup
Producers: Labina Mitevska, Teona Mitevska, Sebastien Delloye
Starring: Teona Strugar Mitevska (voice Edna)


Edna is a short-animated film inspired by the refugee crisis, where Macedonia played the unfortunate role of a transit country. In its essence, it is a love story set in very unusual circumstances, told in a very abstract and poetic manner. The film is dedicated to great number of women activists who fought for basic human right – right to exist.


Vuk Mitevski was born is Skopje, in North Macedonia. He graduated from Bennington College, USA, specializing in sculpture, painting and set design. He lived in USA where he had solo exhibition. His participation at the Biennale of the Young artists from Europe and Mediterranean 2005 was awarded by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Napoli and one of his works is included in their collection. In 2009 he had his solo exhibition at the Macedonian National Gallery, which was marked as one of the best exhibitions in that year and he was picked by Macedonian press as one of the most exciting emerging young visual artists. He directed several short films Alerik (2013), Iyi Ki Dogdun (2013), Slowdancer (2012). Also, he was production designer of movies Beyond the horizon (2019) and How I Killed a Saint (2004), as well as in movies God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunija (2019), When the Day Had No Name (2017), The Women Who Brushed Off Her Tears (2012), I Am from Titov Velesa (2007).

Festivali i nagrade

International Short Film Festival Berlin 2019, Germany
Kraków Film Festival 2019, Poland – Award of the Jury for the Best Short Film
Sarajevo Film festival 2019, Bosnia and Herzegovina