Croatian play triumphs at “Prishtina International Theater Festival”

The play, which highlights a couple"s challenges in modern times, has triumphed at the International Festival in Pristina. Croatia"s "Voliš li me?" The third edition of the International Theater Festival was closed on Saturday, when the awards ceremony at the Theater named after Faruk Begolli was held. Adriana Matoshi received the award for best performance by a professional jury. The director of the show, Janez Vajevec, told the audience that he can speak many languages, but the best is to speak the language of emotions. The award for best director has been won by Greek director Angelopoulos Tasos for his performance "Moscow Selim". The festival"s artistic director, director Burbuqe Berisha, has awarded the Best Actor Award from the performances that took part in this year"s edition. This award belongs to Macedonian actor Tome Stanovski for his role in the play "Actor Human". The youngest actor from Kosovo, Mikel Markaj, was awarded the best secondary role. He is part of the cast of actors in the play "Too much for nothing" directed by Zana Hoxha. Five performances were part of this year"s festival competition, which had the motto "Faith, Knowledge, Courage". "Much noise for nothing" by Kosovo directed by Zana Hoxha, "Moscow Selim" by Greece by Angelopoulos Tasos, "I"m a human actor" by North Macedonia directed by Tea Begovska, "Voliš li me" by Croatia and Janez Vajevec and Bulgaria"s Vasil Duev"s "Truth or Dare" were five of the festival"s award-winning performances. (Source:

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