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Company Profile


Kino Oko is an established film company based in Skopje, Macedonia. Previously closely related to Partysans Production (, it was founded in 2001 as an independent production company specialized in film and television production, documentaries, commercials, public events and campaigns.


Kino Oko is a full-service production and distribution company representing programming for both the domestic and international marketplace. In addition to its production capabilities, Kino Oko can handle all the details of your production, from scripting throughout final edit. Talent selection, location searches, postproduction, cultural consultants, foreign language translations, overdubbing, and original music compositions are among the services it readily provides at the moment’s notice. The company has gained the trust of public institutions in Macedonia, for its high professionalism and continues to work in close collaboration with a number of ministries and governmental departments in the Republic of Macedonia, providing full production services for campaigns, public relations, commercials and other forms of media production.  Kino Oko has also cooperated with production companies in the region and has required its well-established reputation. Thanks to such versatile profile, the company is in position to act both as a service-production company and a co-financier for European co-productions. With a film commitment to premium quality films and an excellent understanding of film marketplace, Kino Oko commits itself to making innovative and distinctive international film and television programs.


Gorjan Tozija


Robert Naskov


Company Highlights


Genre:                  Drama

Director:              Delphine Lehericey

Screenplay:          Joanne Giger and Delphine Leheriecy

Cast:                     Laetitia Casta, Clemence Poesy, Patrick Descamps, Luc Bruchez

Summer 1976. Europe is undergoing a relentless heatwave and one of the worst droughts in its history. On his parents’ farm, Gus (13) spends his vacation reading comic books, helping his father who has invested his entire savings in a modern battery henhouse, and running free with Mado, the wild child from the village. But slowly around him, his reassuring and familiar universe starts to crack under the heat... His mother, always a tender and gentle presence, begins drifting away, spending more and more time with the mesmerizing Cécile, while his father finds himself alone to fight the ravage of the drought. Witnessing the destruction of his nuclear family, traditional farming and patriarchy, Gus has to grow up fast and quickly leave behind the innocence of his childhood...


Genre:                Drama

Director:            Vardan Tozija, Dina Duma and Jane Kjortoshev

Screenplay:        Sasho Kokalanov, Ognen Georgievski, Darko Mitrevski, Eleonora Veninov

Cast:                   Nikola Ristanovski, Jelena Jovanova, Toni Naumovski, Angela Dimitrova, Dragana Kostadinovska, Visar Vishka,                              Bedia Begovska, Amernis Nokshichi

A psychotherapist questions his abilities and gets help by reuniting with his old therapist, whom he has not seen for ten years.


Genre:                  Drama

Director:              Marko Naberšnik

Screenplay:          Marko Naberšnik

Cast:                     Jure Ivanušič, Aljoša Ternovšek, Minca Lorenci, Mojca Sinonič, Milada Kalezić, Vlado Novak

EPC Co-Production with Perfo Productions

Slovenia, Australia and Tomorrow the World is a social drama, complemented by comical and witty scenes. The main character, a middle-aged common labourer, is struggling to get by day by day. Cosmica, a company dealing with consulting and investments, sparks a new hope in him..


Genre:                  Drama

Director:              Rade Sherbedzija, Danilo Sherbedzija 

Screenplay:         Dusan Jovanovic, Rade Serbedzija, Danilo Serbedzija 

Cast:                     Rade Sherbedzija, Lucija Sherbedzija, David Todosovski, Silvija Stojanovska

Zoran, an eight-year-old boy, is the hero of this story. It is through his eyes that we experience all the cruelty of war, the poverty, suffering and the images of the occupation of Skopje, the city that the Germans occupied in 1942 with the help of their Bulgarian allies. Zoran’s father, Dushan is a member of the partisan forces. His uncle, Georgi is also a member of the resistance who plays a part in the assassination of a high-ranking German officer, as well as in the evacuation and transport of Jews to the free territories. However, he fails to save from deportation his neighbours and close friends, the Jewish family Rossman.


Helsinki Film Festival 

Sarajevo Film Festival 

ICFF Manaki Brothers

Pula Film Festival 

Palm Springs Film Festival

Uruguay International Film Festival Montevideo 

Zegreb Film Festival 




Genre:                   Comedy, Drama

Director:                Jan Cvitkovic

Screenplay:          Jan Cvitkovic

Cast:                     Fodransperg Ziga, Marko Miladinovic, David Furlan, Prepeluh Jana


Ljubljana, Shishka district: Fedr, Mile, and Zekir, three childhood friends, are now already in their thirties.  Fedr is an ex-skinhead and a passionate Olimpija basketball team supporter. He has a five-year old daughter Kristina. Zekir is an orphan. He used to move around a lot and live in youth detention centres. Mile is the »intellectual« one. He acts confident but in fact, he still lives with his mother. His father is an ex-JNA officer, who moved back to Macedonia in the nineties. All three of them earn their living by doing odd jobs. Mile, additionally, has a small marijuana growing laboratory in the apartment where he lives with his mother. Neither of them is very successful at anything in life. One day, Fedr’s aunt passes away and leaves him her sewing workshop. Then, a business idea strikes them: they will open a pizzeria...


FilmFestival Cottbus -  Audience Award

Montreal World Film Festival                    

Let’s CEE Film Festival 2015- Vienna

CinEast film festival- Luxembourg                 

FEST Beograd

Trieste Film Festival                                       





Genre:                    Drama

Director:                Aleksandar Popovski

Screenplay:            Ana Lasic, Aleksandar Popovski, Dejan Dukovski

Cast:                       Nikola Ristanovski, Dragana Kostadinovska, Nikola Aceski, Rade Sherbedzija


Year 1905. Europe at the time of the Belle Époque… Europeans astonished by the technological achievements of Henry Ford and the Wright Brothers. The moving picture miracles of George Molies and the appearances of Sarah Bernard amuse European cities. Paradise of joy and luxurious parties. .. New sculptures are created, new monuments, new architectural giants built everywhere. Europeans enthusiastically acclaim the new century, they greet the new epoch that will finally unite the old continent, put an end to the wars and bring joy, progress and prosperity to mankind. At the same time, far away in the Balkans, the great Ottoman Empire is falling apart.


ICFF Manaki Brothers, Bitola                                    

BANEFF, Stockhlom




Genre:                   Drama, History, Romance

Director:                Darko Mitrevski  

Screenplay:          Darko Mitrevski

Cast:                     Katarina Ivanovska, Richard Sammel, Rade Sherbedzija, Sashko Kocev


THE THIRD HALF is a story (inspired by true stories) of Spitz, the German-Jewish coach of the historic Macedonia Football Team during the WW2, which under his leadership became the champion of the fascist-controlled Bulgarian National Football League - and also a story of Rebbecca, a rich Jewish girl that eloped with one of his poor Christian footballers.



The Int’l Young Audience FF Ale Kino                      

The Palm Springs FF

The Beijing IFF                                                          

Let’s CEE Film Festival Vienna

Fabio Fest Prague

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