Author: Rudina Hoxha
Date: 26 September 2010
After a number of difficult years, Albanian cinema has apparently survived the worst and is now turning its eyes towards co-productions. Yet, it continues to struggle with a lack of appropriate equipment and resources. “We have real talents. But the talents don’t necessarily have money. In most of the cases, the opposite is true,” film director and screenwriter Kujtim Çashku told Southeast Europe: People and Culture. He runs the “Marubi” Film Academy, a school which provides support and training to young artists in Albania.