Eva Kamčevska

Scriptwriter

Born:

27.12.1983, Skopje (Macedonia)

Education: 

Department of Dramaturgy and Scriptwriting, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Skopje, Macedonia

Writing for Film and TV, Vancouver Film School, Canada

Place of Residence:

Skopje (Macedonia)

Writes in Languages:

Macedonian, Serbian, English

Biography

Eva Kamchevska was born on December 27, 1983. She graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Skopje, Macedonia in the Dramaturgy and Scriptwriting Department.  She worked for some of the biggest TV stations in her country. By now, three of her short film scripts were made into short movies. In 2015 she graduated from the Vancouver Film School, Canada. After coming back to Macedonia, she continues writing for movies and TV.

Sample of previous work

Projects in development

СТЕЛА / STELA

feature fiction
developed script

After an attempt of a suicide of a 10 year old bullied kid, Stela (a shephard dog) is the only one that can get through him and restore his faith in life.

Attached to the project: director, producer
Looking for: co-producer

Keywordschild, dog, dysfunctional family, mountain

КУТИЈАТА / THE BOX

feature fiction
first draft of the script

A widow cherishes family as the most important thing in the world. She will be forced to see the truth about her family when they ask from her the only thing she wants to keep for herself – the box.

Attached to the project: no crew members attached
Looking for: director, producer

Keywords: family, magic, breaking free

ВЕШТЕРКАТА / THE WITCH

short fiction
developed script

Hours after her mother’s burial, Thea (35) browses her “memory history” of how she perceived her parents relationship in different ages of her life.

Attached to the project: director, producer
Looking for: not looking for additional partners

Keywords: funeral, family, truth

More from Projects

КЕЧАП, МАЈОНЕЗ? / KETCHUP, MAYO?

short fiction
developed script

A middle aged woman is on a verge to have a nervous breakdown from her monotonous robotic way of life until a 20 something kid will show her how to blow off steam and keep living.

Attached to the project: director, producer
Looking for: not looking additional crew members

Keywordsfast food place, ketchup, mayo, middle aged woman, young guy, drums

Filmography and Awards

2016 YELLOW TULIPS ONLY,  short film by Kuzman Kuzmanovski, writer 
2015 BROTHER FOR A DAY, short film by Stojan Vujičić, writer
2015 LOL or THE SWEET IRONY OFLIFE, short film by Paula Botero, writer/producer 
2003 DEAD LINE E02, web series, writer 
 

My five favourite films

  1. Decalog (1989)
    by Krzysztof Kieslowski
  2. La Vitta e Bella (1997)
    by Vincenzo Cerami
  3. Clockwork Orange (1971)
    by Stanley Kubrick
  4. Whiplash (2014)
    by Damien Chazelle
  5. Swiss Army Man (2016)
    by Daniel Scheiner and Dan Kwan

Favourite scene I wrote

INT. COFFEE SHOP – NIGHT

THEA (35), a skinny girl with a sweet face, and JOSEF (61), a very fat man, are sitting at one of the tables.

Josef eats his cake like it’s the most important thing in the world.

Thea has a glass of lemonade in front of her, but doesn’t drink. She looks sad, kind of empty, her gaze wanders.

JOSEF
It was a good funeral.

Thea looks at him.

JOSEF (CONT’D)
Your mum was a lucky woman. All
those people comin’ to say goodbye.
You think they’ll come for me, too?

Thea looks at him, doesn’t answer.

JOSEF (CONT’D)
Thea, my pal… all grown up now…
How is your boyfriend?
THEA
I don’t have a boyfriend, dad.

Josef looks at her and continuous to eat. She takes a sip of the lemonade, but gives up, she looks nauseous.

JOSEF
You should get married…
THEA
Why? So I can be somebody’s witch?
JOSEF
Bitch?

Thea smiles ironically.

Her eyes are full of tears.

My favourite film quote