, 1h53 Directed byDarko Mitrevski GenresDrama, Romance ThemesFilms about religion, Sports films, Association football films, Political films, Films about Jews and Judaism ActorsRade Šerbedžija, Richard Sammel, Toni Mihajlovski, Meto Jovanovski Roles a rabbi Rating76% The Third Half depicts the history of 7,148 Macedonian Jews who were deported to the gas chambers of Treblinka by the Bulgarian administrative and military authorities, who were cooperating with the Nazi regime. In 1941, a young Eastern Orthodox man, Kosta, and a wealthy young Jewish woman, Rebecca, fall in love, despite her father's effort to keep them apart. With the war raging around their borders, the Macedonians remain cocooned in their world of patriotic pleasures, primarily concerned about getting the beleaguered Macedonia Football Club on a winning streak. Their manager hires the legendary German-Jewish coach Rudolph Spitz to turn them into champions. But when the Nazi occupation begins and they start deporting Jews, Kosta and his teammates realize that the carefree days of their youth are over. As the Nazis try to sabotage the outcome of the championship game, and Spitz's life is threatened, Kosta and his teammates rise to the challenge to protect their coach, with all of Macedonia cheering them on.
, 1h30 Directed byGoran Paskaljević OriginFrance GenresDrama ActorsMustafa Nadarević, Mira Banjac, Meto Jovanovski, Nebojša Glogovac, Nada Šargin Roles Mitar Rating70% Micha Brankov, un professeur de musique à la retraite est bouleversé de découvrir ses véritables origines : ses parents juifs l’avaient confié, à l’âge de deux ans, à une famille, avant de disparaître dans un camp de la mort. Le vieux professeur retrace l’histoire de ses parents et veut faire interpréter en leur hommage ‘’la partition inachevée’’ que son père avait composée.
GenresComedy ActorsRalph Brown, Tomas Arana, Alan Ford, Georgi Staykov, Rosemary Leach, Yulian Vergov Roles Macedonian ambasador Rating71% A concert to celebrate Bulgaria joining the EU is planned at the Embassy in London. Varadin, the new ambassador, is given the role of ensuring that the Queen attends. However a combination of corrupt staff, criminal gangs operating out of the kitchen, falling in love with a stripper and a little misunderstanding with a PR firm that provides look-alike royalties - the basic job turns into a chaotic nightmare.
, 1h25 GenresDrama ActorsMira Furlan, Dragan Marinković, Meto Jovanovski, Žan Marolt Roles Gago Rating63% The story starts in a Bosnian woods in 1993, when a women gives birth to a baby boy, and jumps to 2007, to an orphanage in Sarajevo which is home to a thirteen-year old boy, Alen (Tony Grga). Former director Gago (Meto Jovanovski) told Alen that his mother is French, and his father is an Englishman who met as war reporters in Sarajevo and due to war and professional obligations have temporarily left him in the orphanage. Alen writes letters to his mother and gives them to educator Cica (Mira Furlan), which they should be sent to his mother in France. However, Cica all the letters of children placed in a drawer, because they, in fact, no one to send. In the orphanage comes a new director Mirza (Mirsad Tuka), a young and capable educator who truly wants to help children in their growing up. In addition to the orphanage is shop owned by Šento (Dragan Marinković). For him, the children from the orphanage steal expensive stuff. After a botched robbery jewelers, police perform investigation and Alen, fearing that it does not reveal that he was in a robbery, trying to get to their files, actually addresses of his mother, as he left the orphanage and went to her.