'Tirana, 100km,' a story by the Albanian reality competes at West Virginia Filmmakers Festival

'Tirana, 100km,' a story by the Albanian reality competes at West Virginia Filmmakers Festival

 The film "Tirana, 100 km" is included in the official competition at the "West Virginia Filmmakers Festival". The Albanian film directed by Lorin Terezi competes for the best foreign film category.

The first West Virginia Filmmakers festival was held in Spring 2001 in Virginia. Co-founded by Kevin Carpenter and Steve Fesenmaier to feature the best directors in Virginia. Today, this festival is regarded as one of the most important for young directors and brings together different films from all over the world.

This time in this year's edition will also run "Tirana, 100 km" with script by Lorin Terezi and Anila Balla, who is also the Albanian representative in this film contest.

The movie produced by Movie House Movie-On with artist Artan Malaj, funding from the National Cinematography Center, has been so far competing in several national and international festivals. With this competition at the West Virginia Filmmakers Festival, it is competing for the tenth time with films from the world. The film directed by Lorin Therezi brings to the public a story that you can find it in the everyday reality. The actors in key roles are Anila Balla, Kastriot Shehi and Ardian Cerga .

"Tirana, 100 km" is a story from everyday reality and has been adapted to become a bit more artistic, but in the film is treated the phenomenon of women and its ruin.
The film hosted the premiere in Albania in November, which went to Tirana International Film Festival (TIFF).

The luxury life for Linda that is interpreted by Anila Balla ends when Stefani, played by actor Ardian Cerga, a successful businessman dies. Found unprepared in a hostile atmosphere, she returns to her birthplace. But, as it seems, the village has remained as she left it, along with the streets, people and family. Witness of misery, without crossing the threshold of the house, she is going again toward the capital, 100 kilometers away.

In the short feature film another character who is played by Kastriot Shehi comes as one of Stefan's close business friends. He does the most common tasks to survive in the workplace, but that certainly is not in Stefan's positions does not have his well-being.

In every edition since 2001 the West Virginia Filmmakers Festival was seen for many directors as an opportunity to show their cinema projects and face international jury judgments.
'Tirana, 100km,' a story by the Albanian reality competes at West Virginia Filmmakers Festival 'Tirana, 100km,' a story by the Albanian reality competes at West Virginia Filmmakers Festival Monday, August 27, 2018 Rating: 5
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