Special Issue 15: Macedonian Cinema (August 2015)

Guest Editor: Maria Hristova


Maria Hristova: Current Trends in Macedonian Film: Nature and Identity in The Woman Who Brushed Off Her Tears, The Third Half, and Mothers

Dijana Jelača: Peripheral Vision: Yugoslav Film the Macedonian Way

Meta Mazaj: Picturing the Pain of Others: Before the Rain and the Ethics of War Photography

Gordana P. Crnković: Mothers of Invention: Milcho Manchevski’s Delightful Icons

Hristo Petreski: A Brief Overview of the Current Situation and Prospects of Macedonian Film and Some Remarks on Recent Film Trends


Ivo Trajkov: The Great Water (2004) by Biljana Belamarić-Wilsey

Teona Strugar Mitevska: How I Killed A Saint (2004) by Biljana Belamarić-Wilsey

Darko Mitrevski: Bal-Can-Can (2005) by Maria Hristova

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