When nomadic beekeepers break Honeyland’s basic rule (take half of the honey, but leave half to the bees), the last female beehunter in Europe must save the bees and restore natural balance.
The circularity of violence seen in a story that circles on itself. In Macedonia, during war in Bosnia, Christians hunt an ethnic Albanian girl who may have murdered one of their own. A young monk who's taken a vow of silence offers her protection. In London, a photographic editor who's pregnant needs to talk it out with her estranged husband and chooses a toney restaurant.
The story of a famous group of Macedonian terrorists that opposed Ottoman repression at the beginning of 20th century.
As Macedonia faces its difficult transition, a boy escapes into a world of his own creation.
A group of crotchety codgers attempt to revive the punk-rock band they all played in 17 years earlier in "Punk Is Not Dead".
A mild political satire about a peculiar friendship between a lonesome monkey and an (impoverished) zoo warden, and about an upside-down world in transition as seen by a chimpanzee.
Forced into an early retirement, veteran detective Pepi (Pepi Mircevski) is burdened with showing his younger replacement, Muto (Sasko Kocev) how to become a proper detective.
Early Balkan footage.
Newsreel of the visit of sultan Mehmed V Resad to Bitola.
A six minute film of the funeral of the murdered Metropolitan Emilianos of Grevena, of which all has been lost save 17 seconds.
100 years since the beginning of First World War. Locality - French cemetery in Bitola. State protocol. There are deputies, ministers, ambassadors, military attaches, consuls, honorary consuls, media present - Priests - Orthodox, Catholic, Muslim. - Military band. Jean Batiste Valerie, an old man of about 77 years of age, arrives in Bitola for the first time. Tiny, petite, with thin and gray hair, arrives late at the sad ceremony held in honor of the fallen French soldiers in the First World War. According to correspondence and information from the French army, his predecessor with the same name and surname must be located somewhere nearby. The ceremony had already begun.
After her son's tragic death, Helena abducts her employee, Lucian, and travels with him and her husband to scatter her son's ashes in Macedonia. Meanwhile, Lucian's lover struggles to provide for their son and break free from her dictatorial father.
City council of Prilep, Macedonia, decide to ruin the old part of the town and built new housings there. Unable to stop the demolition, the shoemaker Dimko and other local craftsmen throw an all-night party for the memory of the last day of bazaar.
This film was made on the occasion of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Ilinden (St. Ellias Day) Rebellion. This panoramic film depicts the most significant historic figures and places situated in the Aegian, Pirin and Vardar regions.