“Blueberry Hill” documentary premieres MakeDox

Documentary film “Blueberry Hill” by Jordan Dukov produced by Telma Television will premiere Tuesday evening at MakeDox Creative Documentary Film Festival in Kurshumli An.

MakeDox workshop “1 Picture, 1000 Words” which kicked off late Monday in Daut Pashin Amam focuses on visual narration and camera work. The 5-day workshop has been designed and will be led by Kristina Pervilä Andersson and Tue Steen Müller, who have been swimming in the waters of documentary most of their lives.

Born in 1960 in Finland, Kristina has been working as an independent Finnish producer since 1988 and has produced and co-produced around 40 creative multinational feature documentaries for television and cinema, a wide range of international music productions and live recordings for stage and has coordinated guest performances of foreign opera houses in Finland and Sweden. In April 1999, she founded Millennium Film. Ever since then, she’s been also working as an analyst, expert, tutor, mentor and moderator in Eurodoc, the European Documentary Network (EDN) and in Chiledoc training programmes.

The most famous expert on documentaries has never even touched a film camera. But it seems enough that Tue Steen Müller knows how documentaries change the world. For more than 20 years, he has worked as a commissioning editor, distributor and a film festival manager at the Danish Film Board. Head of the European Documentary Network for 10 years, he has also selected films and worked for numerous film festivals. As a renowned expert on modern Eastern European documentaries, today he teaches and consults film directors at workshops and various European film schools. He writes his observations on www.filmkommentaren.dk, a blog that has helped some little-known filmmakers find a wide audience.

MakeDox is co-funded by the Macedonian Film Agency and Creative Europe MEDIA, with the support from the National Endowment for Democracy and City of Skopje.


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