Stray dogs drift through the streets. In a desolate village in Kosovo, 13-year-old Andi sells milk he’s bottled himself. He’s skimming a bit off the top of the family earnings in order to save up for a cell phone of his own. His older brother Florist harbors an entirely different dream, one which his family has no idea about. With a sensitive touch, the director tells the story of a brotherly bond and of defiant routes driven by strong yearnings.
14’ · Colour
Andi Bajgora (Andi)Florist Bajgora (Florist)Arbresha Grabovci Nixha (Mother)Xhylsyme Thaci (Grandmother)Sheetim Kastrati (Alban)Rexhep Llugiqi (Man in the village)
Born in 1988, she lives and works in Amsterdam. She decided to make her first short film without ever having attended a film school. Gotta went on to win Best Short Film at the Noordelijk Film Festival. Kiem Holijanda was supported by the Netherlands Film Fund and filmed in Kosovo.Filmography
2015 Gotta; short film 2017 Kiem Holijanda; short film
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2018