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Arta Dobroshi

Arta Dobroshi

Arta Dobroshi was born in Pristina (Kosovo) in 1979 and attended the Pristina Academy of Dramatic Art. A theatre and film actress she has appeared in several plays in Pristina and Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina) including: Anton Ndreca's SEXTET, William Shakespeare's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Ekrem Kryeziu's THE CORRIDORS OF HORROR, Ismail Kadaré's THE PALACE OF DREAMS and MOULIN ROUGE, Gjergj Prevazi's TRANZICIONI, and Almir Bukvic's ARISTOTLE IN BAGDAD.

In 2004, she performed a song written by Timor Dhomi for a documentary on the massacre in Kosovo.

She appeared in a dozen short movies and in several features including Kujtim Cashku's MAGIC EYE (2005), which earned her the 2007 Special Award for Best Actress at the Cinedays European Film Festival in Macedonia. In 2005, she played the lead in Artan Minarolli's and Ylljet Alicka's VERA and she was seen in Saeed Rana's NA HOON GEY JUDA, a Pakistani production. In 2006, she played in Piro and Eno Milkani's THE SADNESS OF MRS. SNAJDROVA before meeting Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne who gave her the lead female role in LORNA'S SILENCE.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2009.

Arta Dobroshi Facts

OccupationActress
BirthplacePristina, Kosovo

Selected Filmography

Not available.