Independent film and transmedia production company,
founded in 2005.
In the first few years the focus of the company was the co-curating and presentation of digital film and urban art content in collaboration with D Nerve Lab and Resfest Media group/Palm Pictures.
In 2006 the company entered the film production world with the 10 years of Dogma spin off film project Does it hurt? First Balkan Dogma. The film was selected for production and scenario development North by Northwest/East OF Eden, Denmark and Berlinale Talent Campus. Upon completion Does it hurt? was nominated for a Tiger Award at IFFR, got the special jury award at BIFF and went on to have a successful festival, cinema and online presentation (more than 24 million views on IFFR YouTube channel).
In the following period Aka Film produced numerous short fiction films, various TV, transmedia and art projects and co-produced two feature films.
Currently AKA Film is developing the Death Becomes Us video installation and the hybrid documentary project Did it hurt? Few monuments more, few people less (working title) in collaboration with Hammer Film (Denmark) and Raven City Production (Kosovo).