Aurora and Ben are newlyweds; they have a daughter, Fiona. This family belongs to the middle class of society, but live in harmony and are very happy. Their challenges begin when their nine-year-old daughter is diagnosed with cancer.
Miti, an old worker, and Sokol, a young driver, undertake a long journey to transport a huge metallic tower from the Durrës harbor to an important plant.
Deputy director Koli wishes to replace the pensioned director, but is preoccupied that Vjollca, the chairwoman of the planning branch, will get the promotion instead.
A film is being shot and the cast is mostly comprised of children. Little Genti is stressed because his parents are getting divorced.
Biopic about the patriot and political activist Avni Rustemi.
Donika Sara is the director of an important enterprise. Unexpectedly her husband has an accident. She has to choose between her social life and her duty as a wife.
Biopic about the Albanian writer Migjeni.
Llano Bleta's individualistic spirit for a more comfortable life for himself makes him cut ties and trample on the sentiments of his loved ones and coworkers. This moral degradation in also evident in his new job.
Çaku has lost his parents during a bombardment. He gets acquainted with a partisan during the war. Caku, together with a friend of his, who imitated Chaplin and dreamed of becoming an artist, looks for the partisan till they find him. This meeting and the love and care for the war children, changes everything in his wandering life.
Someone falsifies the lab data regarding the quality of imported goods. This results in the contract with a foreign company eing broken. The suspect is a specialist who handles the contracts. With these acts, saboteurs are trying to spread doubt and insecurity.
A group of kids want to go to their teacher's house during the Teachers Day.
A driver is tasked with sending weapons illegally to the partisan soldiers.
Sequel to Piro Milkani's "The Lady from the Town".
Mazi and Dushi are two youngsters who come from families that are in a blood feud with each other. One family lives in the mountains and the other one in the city.
During the summer a two groups of children are spending time playing a war game.
Taulant is a 4 year old only child, who is lonesome and wants a sister. However, despite his request, his parents keep ignoring him. Slowly, his parents start listening to him more and decide to consider his request more seriously.
Two young directors, Ilir and Sandri, are working on a new film, which deals with events from World War II.
In a traditional village in Kosova, a year after the war (2000) when people are rebuilding their lives, the female school teacher Lushe is driven by her inner conscience to give an interview to an international journalist, telling her that she and three other women from the village were raped by Serbian forces. A critical view of a society which survived the war, won its independence but still struggles with human equality. An insightful portrait of a Balkan village, of a patriarchal microcosm, and of its mayor who desperately wants to control the village life. Of husbands who feel forced to behave strong, but act against their own emotional interest. A reflection of rituals which not only show gender inequality, but also the absence of freedom of expression within the male community.
After Zerina's father gets assassinated for knowing too much, the mob starts going after her as well. The only person that can save her now is her long lost grandfather coming back from Germany.
In September 2002 the famous Russian conductor Valery Gergiev gave some master classes in Rotterdam to three young, and talented, but just starting colleagues. Under Gergiev's supervision the three aspiring conductors were asked to conduct the Rotterdam Youth Philharmonic Orchestra in a demanding programme of two works by Scriabin - "Poem of Ecstasy" and "Prometheus".