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Marija Makeska

Marija Makeska is a writer, poet, filmmaker and a visual artist living in Detroit, USA. She enjoys spending her time with people from different cultures while working on various projects with pagan, or gothic themes.
Marija Makeska is a writer, poet, filmmaker and a visual artist living in Detroit, USA. Writing credits include: "A Hymn to the Sun" (2013) for Paganpoets.com, 6 poems for "Dark Gothic Resurrected Magazine", "Quiet Fire" (2013) for "The Northern Cardinal", and many others in the past. Film credits include - a writer/director of "Marison" (2010), Soul Mates (2009). She enjoys spending her time with people from different cultures while working on various projects with pagan, or gothic themes.


Articles by Marija Makeska

Larry Jordan interview – producer, director, editor and consultant

By Marija Makeska July 6, 2015

Larry Jordan is a producer, director, editor and consultant based in Los Angeles and known throughout the world for his tutorials in various areas of production and post-production, especially editing. Marija Makeska talks to Larry about his life and work. Tell us about yourself. I got my start, many years ago, as a radio announcer. That lasted for three […]

“Index Zero” digs deep into a new world order

Marija Makeska looks at Lorenzo Sportiello’s dystopian drama “Index Zero”, which combines creative sci-fi production design with some harsh insights into the world’s elite ruling class.  If we were to allow the ruling elite on Earth to decide every law without restriction, what would life be like? The answer comes with Lorenzo Sportielo’s film “Index Zero”, […]

Sean Cronin interview – actor and director of “Give Them Wings”

By Marija Makeska June 1, 2015

Marija Makeska talks with Sean Cronin, an actor known for playing baddies in such films as “The World is Not Enough” and “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” who is also the director of the upcoming drama “Give Them Wings” Actor, cinematographer and director Sean Cronin has been on the film scene since the early nineties, first coming […]

Why “Tomorrowland” yearns for Tesla’s comeback

By Marija Makeska May 23, 2015

Brad Bird’s “Tomorrowland”, writes Marija Makeska, is Disney’s “most complex and philosophical film ever”. Here’s why the sci-fi adventure is more than just lighthearted family fun, but a creative tribute to the ideas of Nikola Tesla.  Note: this review goes into detail about the themes of “Tomorrowland”, and reveals some plot details.  The world is indeed waking up […]

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