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Directing, script and editing: Ana Čigon
Interviews with: Qëndresë Deda, Dardan Zhegrova, Linda Gusia, Majlinda Hoxha, Erëmirë Krasniqi, Vjollca Krasniqi, Lura Limani, Nita Luci, Hana Qena and Vesa Qena.
Sound editing assistance: Vasja Progar
Camera assistance: Donjeta Murati and Vala Osmani
Music: Ana Čigon and Vasja Progar
Sound editing assistance: Vasja Progar
Albanian to English translations: Qëndresë Deda and Donjeta Murati
Producers: Ana Čigon; Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art, Prishtina - Kosovo; City Gallery, Ljubljana - Slovenia
Full credits list
Translations: Albanian, Bosnian, English, German, Macedonian and Slovene
Interview about Remembering the Others for CinéWomen

28th Paris ILFFF Upcoming screenings:
27/4/2017 - 22nd MESS Memory Module, Kino Meeting Point, Sarajevo

Festival screenings:
• South-East European Film Festival,
• RomaCinemaDOC,
• Balkan Film Food Festival,
• Festival Novih,
• 19th Slovene Film Festival
• Autmn Film School, Slovenska Kinoteka, Ljubljana
• 28th Paris International Lesbian & Feminist Film Festival - Cineffable, Paris

Exhibition and other screenings:
• Stacion - Center for Contemporary Art (work in progress version of the film),
• Red Cycle in Black Cinema, Živko Skvotec, Factory Rog (pre-premiere screening)
• KC Tobacna 001

Remembering the Others is a documentary about the meaning and power of public monuments. In the film students, artists, theoreticians and activists from Prishtina, Kosovo talk about the meaning of monuments. Which people have the privilege to be represented in monuments? Why there are almost no monuments dedicated to women in Kosovo? Which other people (marginalized groups) and stories are excluded in such monuments? The film states that if the (hi)stories of marginalized groups are hushed, and the (hi)stories that have visibility are not questioned, the result will always be a misleading sense of normality. A status quo that creates a platform that gives certain groups the push to the top positions and other groups the push to oblivion, all accompanied by a deceptive sense of fairness and normality. The film epilogue opens way to ideas about what kind of monuments people want for the future.


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Interview about Remembering the Others for CinéWomen

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Ana Čigon