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    Martina Taparchevska

    Martina Taparchevska (born in Skopje) is a Macedonian actress who works in theater, television and film.

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    30may

    "Play & Save" (2013)

    The Balkan premiere of the short feature film "Play & Save" took place at the 60th Annual festival of short and documentary...

    5may

    "I plan. God laughs."

    During Martina's recent stay in NYC, she came in touch with "God", a comic play written by Woody Allen, an american...

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    My Favorite Quotes

    "Your life is your message to the world. Make sure it's inspiring." - Steve Jobs

    "You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul." - George Bernard Shaw

    "I don't act, anyway. The stuff is all injected as we go along. My pictures are made without script or written directions of any kind." - Buster Keaton

    "The best acting is instinctive. It's not intellectual, it's not mechanical, it's instinctive." - Craig MacDonald

    "Acting is standing up naked and turning around very slowly." - Rosalind Russell

    "An actor has to burn inside with an outer ease." - Michael Chekhov

    "If there were a little more silence, if we all kept quiet... maybe we could understand something." - Federico Fellini

    "An actor must interpret life, and in order to do so he must be willing to accept all experiences that life can offer." - Marlon Brando

    "Acting is happy agony." - Jean-Paul Sartre

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    Martina Taparchevska

    Educational background and career

    Martina Taparchevska (born in Skopje) is a Macedonian actress who works in theater, television and film. She received her B.F.A. in Acting at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts - Skopje in 2009, class of professor Vladimir Milchin and assistant professor Suzana Kirandziska.

    She has performed at the Academic Stage of the FDA - Skopje, Children's Theater Center - Skopje and attended the following festivals: Vojdan Cernodrinski - Prilep (Macedonia), DAF - Kocani (Macedonia), Skomrahi - Skopje (Macedonia), SKENA UP - Prishtina (Kosovo), Skopje Summer Festival (Macedonia), FIST - Belgrade (Serbia).

    Personal Details

    Height: 170 cm Weight: 57 kg Chest: 84 cm Waist: 69 cm
    Eyes: Brown/Green Hair: Light Brown Build: Sports Slim Playing Age: 20-35 yrs

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    "Play & Save" (2013)

    The Balkan premiere of the short feature film "Play and Save" took place at the 60th Annual festival of short and documentary films "Reset" (April 02-06 2013), traditionally held at the Youth Center in Belgrade (Serbia). The Macedonian premiere was held on the 21st of April 2013 at the Millennium Theater as part of the "Skopje Film Festival" programme. It was also screened on the 22nd of May 2013 at the 3rd Annual festival of short and animated films "SEE a Paris" - South European Film Festival (May 22-25 2013).

    The filming of the short movie "Play and Save" took place in the city of Strumica (Macedonia) and its surrounding villages. The leading roles were played by Kosta Angov as Gligor and Martina Taparchevska as Marija. Directed by Goran Trenchovski and produced by Dejan Miloshevski from Revolution production. The music was composed by the famous musician Dragan Dautovski.

    published on May 30 2013

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    "I plan. God laughs."

    During Martina's recent visit in New York City, she came in touch with "God", a comedy written by Woody Allen, an american screenwriter, director, actor, comedian, author, playwright and musician. She translated the play in Macedonian and began to actively work on its pre-production. Martina will produce this project as well as play one of the main characters.

    "God is a reflection of bizarre human life. The scenes incorporated in God are in different periods and different locations." - Woody Allen. Whether you read "God", see it in the theatre and even become a part of it as an actor, the semi-ridiculous and semi-profound Allen theatre story is a laugh.

    published on May 5 2013

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