Veta

  • Genre: Short

  • Release Year: 2000

  • Duration: 14 minutes

  • Directed by: Teona Strugar Mitevska


  • Screenplay by: Maja Milanovic, Teona Strugar Mitevska

  • Produced by: Vladimir Anastasov, Labina Mitevska

  • Leading Roles: Biljana Dragicevic, Vlado Jovanovski, Katerina Kocevska, Jana Lulovska, Labina Mitevska, Rubens Muratovski, Petar Temelkovski

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Synopsis:

There is a myth of a bus that traveled every day from Skopje, Macedonia to Belgrade, Yugoslavia during the NATO bombing in 1999. A similar bus is depicted in Veta. There are no specifics to the story. It is the creator’s response to the horrors that have haunted the Balkans for the past ten years. The film does not offer an answer or take sides, it concentrates on the psychology of war and feeling of no exit.

Director Information:

Teona Strugar Mitevska

Biography:

Teona Strugar Mitevska was born in 1974 in an artistic family in Skopje, Macedonia. She started her engagement with the camera as a child actor. Later she trained as a painter, continuing and finishing her BA in graphic design.
She made her debut as short film director in 2000 with "Veta", which received numerous awards at the Berlin Film Festival and the Kiev Film Festival and which has since been shown at more than thirty festivals around the world. "How I Killed a Saint" was her first feature film, which was made under the auspices of the company she established together with her brother and sister.

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