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Arben Zharku is an actor and producer from Kosovo. He is the founder and current executive director of the SKENA UP International Students Film and Theatre Festival in Prishtina. He graduated in Acting from the University of Prishtina’s Faculty of Arts in 2004, and in 2009 he graduated from EAVE (European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs). Alongside his commitment to SKENA UP, since 2003 Arben has also worked as a manager at the Multimedia Centre in Prishtina, which aims to develop contemporary and children’s theatre. As an actor he has performed in a variety of theatre performances and films. As a producer he has been involved in various film productions, attempting to build film infrastructure and making an effort to expand his knowledge by observing film production experts at work. Arben has produced the feature film “Tonight Is Cancelled” and two shorts – “Three Minutes of Solitude” and “Pink River”. He is currently producing three documentaries and one short film.
Short film credits
Three Minutes of Solitude
Kosovo | Nov 2009 | 22:00
Flamur is a thirty five years old gay man who is living a lonely and frustrated routine life in Kosovo, facing big challenges in trying to integrate h...
Bosnia and Herzegovina | Jul 2009 | 20:00
After living in London for 10 years, Meri returns to Sarajevo to sell a house she inherited. While in town, she meets and catches up with Asja, her ex...
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