Flaka Latifi

Profile

Playing range 18-26 · Height 165 cm/5’4 ft · Figure Athletic Slim · Eyes Green Brown · Hair Long Brown · Languages Albanian Native, English Fluent (AE) · Dance Ballet, Salsa, Waltz, Latin, Hip Hop (all well) · Sports Horseback Riding, Acrobatics, Yoga, Handball, Billards, Bowling, Aikido (all well) · Vocal Mezzo Soprano

News

2022

CTC Welcomes Flaka Latifi. Flaka won The Heart of Sarajevo for Best Actress at the Sarajevo Film Festival 2021 for her work in The Hill Were Lionesses Roar directed by Luàne Bajrami. This film celebrated it’s premier in Cannes and was in the main competition! Currently she is shooting in Alban Zogjani’s feature film Okarina/The Instrument in a leading role.

BA in Drama from from University Pristine (Kosovo)

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Flaka Latifi

Bio

Flaka Latifi

Flaka Latifi won the Heart of Sarajevo, at the Sarajevo Film Festival, for her work as “QE” in the feature film The Hill Where the Lionesses Roar, which premiered at the Director’s Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival in 2021. This project was nominated for a Golden Camera and has won many awards, including a Fipresci Prize at the Warsaw International Film Fest 2021.
Flaka has a drama degree from the University Prishtina, Kosovo and is a guest member of the National Theatre Kosovo. Besides being a
talented actress, Flaka is an accomplished singer. When she is not performing in front of the camera or on stage, she is an ardent painter and lover of sports. Flaka speaks Albanian as native speaker and fluently English at native level.

Film

Selection

Year
Title
Role
Direction
Production
2022
Okarina/The Instrument
Vjosa lead
Alban Zogjani
Rita Krasniqi Film Kosovo
2021
The Hill Where Lionesses Roar feature
Qe lead
Luàne Bijrami
Loco Film             France/Kosovo
Winner Best Actress Sarajevo Int’l Film Fest 2021
2019
Adelina short film
lead
Rita Krasniqi
Jan Gojani                       Kosovo

Theatre

Selection

Year
Title
Role
Direction
Theatre
2021

La Rrém

 

Kaqurrelja
support ensemble
Kushtrim Koliqi
Pristina City Theatre          Kosovo