“А Joke” in the official selection of a prestigious Odense International Film Festival

 🎞️ The Macedonian short film “A Joke”, which was in competition with 4140 short films from around the world, entered the official selection of the prestigious film festival in Odense, Denmark.
🎥The official selection included 149 films from 39 countries, including the film “A Joke” by director Trifun Sitnikovski, produced by DNF Films and co-produced by IRL from Macedonia and Izvan Fokusa from Croatia.


DNF FILMS also swims in animated waters

🎉 DNF FILMS also swims in animated waters 🙂
Successful cooperation and a new project from Dragan Jovicevic together with Merlinka production, for which he received funding from the Macedonian Film Agency.

DNF Films goes GREEN ♻️




🌿 Thriving Towards Eco-Friendly Practices in Film Production!
We are excited to announce that DNF FILMS is making significant strides
towards eco-friendly operations through the implementation of our Green Production “Manifest” 🌍🎥

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Festival updates for “Things Unsaid”

Through October, there are new festivals for Things Unsaid. We are starting with the Swiss premiere at the Festival Everybody’s Perfect in Geneva, running this year from October 6 to 15. Also, we will be part of the upcoming CinEast Festival in Luxemburg, which will run from October 5 to 22. Last but not least, from October 13 to 18, Kinenova in Skopje will also be screening Thing Unsaid.

more info at:

Everybody’s Perfect  CinEast  Kinenova

See you at the cinema

10 years of smiles and movies

New review for Things Unsaid from Filmoskopija

Pavla Banjac from Filmoskopija wrote:
“THINGS UNSAID really suffers from extensive exposition, but the carefully composed shots and certain directorial means (eg. the development of Ana and Fillip’s relationship through their marital bed, or the minimalistic and purposeful use of music) demonstrate that this is a technically very skilled film that’s worthy of attention.”

THINGS UNSAID at the European Film Festival Palić

A lot of interest for THINGS UNSAID at the European Film Festival Palić ! The premiere was attended by the director Eleonora Veninova and the producer Goce Kralevski. We also had a Q&A session.

photo by Damir Vujković

Things Unsaid opens the Beach Film Festival Ohrid

The opening ceremony of the 6th edition of the BFF will be opened by a Macedonian-produced film that was filmed in Ohrid – THINGS UNSAID



Special Mention for Things Unsaid at the Catania KinEst Fest

Special Mention for Things Unsaid at the Catania KinEst Fest, with the following motivation:

Is an intelligent, actual and relevant Kammerspiel (chamber play). By using black-and-white still to rhythmically organize the film’s poetic, it meanwhile empowers its emotional tone, adds layers to the actor’s performance and echoes their emotions. The psychological drama, taking place at one main location with three characters, works in its interior tension throughout the whole film without the need of adding any spectacular dramatic scene. Thus, the film keeps its premise and promise of having “things unsaid” until the very end. As for the direction’s craftsmanship to keep the tension in this one house among three characters, the jury decides upon this Special Mention“. 📽


Things Unsaid in Macedonian Cinema

After the successful premiere,”Things Unsaid” produced by “DNF Films” is already in Macedonian cinemas. Eleonora Veninova’s first feature film is shown in “Cineplex” and “Millenium” in Skopje, “Kinoverzum” in Veles and in Sveti Nikole. Tomorrow night (Saturday) it will have its premiere at the “Beli Mugri” Culture Center in Kočani, and soon it will be shown in other cinemas across the country.

Premiere full to the last seat – “Things Unsaid”

The Macedonian film “Things Unsaid” by Eleonora Veninova had its premiere in the cinema “Frosina”

The premiere was filled to the last seat, and after the end of the screening, the team responsible for the production of the film was greeted with ovation.

Visitors had the opportunity to see the original photos used in the film, which were made with analog photo techniques and using the “Sabatier Effect”, i.e. the “solarized”, i.e. the “overexposed” effect from which the film gets its name.

At the cocktail party, visitors had the opportunity to personally congratulate the director, producer, cast and other filmmakers, as well as enjoy a live performance of original songs from the film by the author Leo Popović a.k.a. Dolores.


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