Vardan Tozija`s "Amok" to Be Premiered at Chicago Film Festival


"Amok", a feature film by Vardan Tozija, will have its international premiere at the Chicago film festival on October 20. The film, tells the story of a quiet boy who becomes a ruthless leader of a gang of foster home youth homes, will be featured in the After Dark competitive program.

Martin Gjorgoski, Deniz Abdula and Nikola Ristanoski act in the film, alongside Sara Klimoska, Ljupco Todorovski and Adem Karaga. It was produced by Dream Factory from Macedonia, and coproduced by Red Helicopter Films from Albania, with the support of the Macedonian Film Agency and the SEE Cinema network.

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