“We value the nature”

We are proud of our team and the collaborations.

“We value the nature” is project implemented by the NGO Treefor, supported by the Ministry of Environment & Physical Planning of the Republic of North Macedonia. The beneficiaries are the Municipality of Vrapciste and Municipality of Bogovinje in promotion and protection of the nature of Sar Mountain.

We must admit, it was an incredible day of hiking, exploring the nature and producing!


Film Critic

We are glad to announce that one of our young filmmakers, director Jovan Sarkanjac, is also a film critic.

You may ask yourself: What is a film critic?

The role of a film critic is to guide the reader through the movie: its narrative and cinematography, the different layers of its characters, and to underline why it is an interesting piece of art, or not. In other words, shedding light on what a movie has to offer visually, other than its story, and providing keys to the storytelling. 

How do you become a film critic?

For more you can ask Jovan and check his work at:



What a start of the year!

Short film “Baking Tuesday” – another cooperation between the next generation of filmmakers and IPMD-Skopje. Directed by John Sarkanjac, script and produced by Nena Minchev. IPMD-Skopje was honored and privileged to work with the amazing crew.

Special thanks goes to Moveo Production and Marketing, Zlate Dimeski and Smiljka Sarkanjac for helping this film project.

P.S. Good mothers exist, but great female professional assassins are rare.


IPMD-Skopje supported another short film, “Ace”.

Our cause in supporting young and professional talents in sharing their ideas and vision, continues.

Special thanks to the whole crew who managed in three days to produce the short movie.

Stay tuned for more!

P.S. If you want to fight the Devil, you must collaborate!


IPMD-Skopje as a NGO is fortunate to work with young talents from the areas of fillmaking and arts.

We are also fortunate to collaborate, and a special thanks to the companies like VITALIA, PROMEDIKA MEDICAL CENTAR, SEAVUS EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER and SAS (Rule Turs) for making the projects possible by providing locations and donations.

Stay tuned for more projects and collaborations!

YAMMS (Young American Musicians to Macedonia and Serbia)

IPMD-Skopje with a representative was part of the YAMMS (Young American Musicians to Macedonia and Serbia) trip to Serbia and North Macedonia. The trip was part of the YES Project where the objective was to bring together professional performing musicians, teaching artists, and youth from Serbian and Macedonian Roma village communities with professional performing musicians, teaching artists, and youth from the Balkan music and dance community in the US, in workshop and performance settings. They created and shared experiences in building connections between the communities through teaching and learning traditional Balkan Romani music.

The project was important in the fields of music education, world music, and ethnomusicology, among others. Also the project built international alliances among artists, bridging cultural, economic, linguistic, ethnic, national, and generational differences.