The calm and ordinary life of a forgotten village is disturbed with the arrival of three prostitutes in the village’s bar, owned by two pimp brothers. The men, despite the efforts of their wives to stop them, spend all their time in the village’s bar, spending their last money on alcohol and sex. Chaos overcomes the village school; its devotees abandon the mosque. Only two youngsters benefit from all this mayhem, ...
Directed by: Kushtrim Bekteshi
Jeton, a 10-year-old boy is sitting on the edge of a balcony on the 4th floor. Neighbours and passers-by, terrified by this situation, call the police and firefighters for help. But the situation quickly becomes unmanageable.
Directed by: Lendita Zeqiraj
Amnesty is a 2011 Albanian movie directed by Buyar Alimani. It’s a story about two people who meet up in jail when they come for monthly visits of their spouses. They fall in love after becoming witnesses to a wedding in jail but relationship has to end because both their spouses get amnesty from the government. What happens next is shown in usual east european movie style.
Directed by: Bujar Alimani
Branko is a young man of twenty five, doing a dreary job as a pharmacist in the suburbs of Tirana. He lives under the tutelage of his father, Dr. Sokrat, a socially respected oncologist, owning almost everything in his sons life, including the pharmacy where Branko, in lack of any other job, is compelled to work. Suspecting that she might be his father's secret lover, Branko enters into a romantic relationship with one of Dr. ...
Directed by: Joni Shanaj
Fisnik is about to embark on a absurd journey in creating a fake weeding video, to get the German visa. He has to succeed in convincing his family, friends, and his ex to join him in this crazy journey.
Directed by: Ariel Shaban
After his father and uncle kill a neighbor, an Albanian teen (Tristan Halilaj) finds that his own life may be forfeited in a legal blood feud.
Directed by: Joshua Marston
An amateur cycling team from Albania heads to France to take part in a tournament only to discover on the way that revolution has broken out back home.
Directed by: Gjergj Xhuvani
The events take place in a small Albanian village, around the '30ies. This isolated land, dominated by rituals and patriarchal relationships is the spirit that welcomes the newborn child of Abas. Servet, a co-villager, emigrant in the United States of America comes back in his homeland bringing a new vision and a new mentality, which serves as an inspiration for the 10 years old boy, Gjoleka, the son of Abas. Gjoleka ...
Directed by: Dhimitër Anagnosti
Based on true story. Albanian man leaves oppressive family situation to a better life in Athens. Then kills someone and has to face his guilt.
Directed by: Angeliki Antoniou
Story happens in the first days after NATO troops enter Kosova. After the signing of the military agreement in Kumanovo, in the house of the retarded, the guards and employees leave their places and flee. Inmates are all retarded but they have a special philosophy of life, they have their wishes and their dreams. Being free gives them a chance to make dreams come true, but they are confronted with a reality and environment, ...
Directed by: Isa Qosja
In a government purge, authorities order the dismantling of an Albanian military regiment training horses. The horses are also considered traitors, and their liquidation is ordered too. A horse trainer, Agron, defies orders to kill the regiment's prized stud and is denounced.
Directed by: Saimir Kumbaro
The events of the film take place in a small town where a group of medical students have come for their teaching practice. Shpresa, the protagonist of the film, sees among these girls, her own daughter, Vjosana, who was bom after an unhappy love and was raised in an orphanage.
Directed by: Piro Milkani
Asim, one of the sons of an old engine driver, has gone astray: he does not like to work and is not happy with the modest place he has in life; he even reproaches his father for not having "profited more from life" and for having failed" to secure a cozy future for his children". His other son, Kujtim, is a modest worker.
Directed by: Muharrem Fejzo
Agron, a new chairman of the district executive committee, feels encircled by authority of his mother in law, Frosa and some relatives and friends, which want to make use of Agron's position for their own interests.
Directed by: Saimir Kumbaro
Çaku has lost his parents during a bombardment. He gets acquainted with a partisan during the war. Caku, together with a friend of his, who imitated Chaplin and dreamed of becoming an artist, looks for the partisan till they find him. This meeting and the love and care for the war children, changes everything in his wandering life.
Within a short time, Namik disturbs the optimistic atmosphere of a group of welders, which is also reflected in his private life.
Directed by: Petrit Llanaj