Isa Qosja

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Isa Qosja (born in Vusanje, FPR Yugoslavia in 1949) is an Albanian film director. He teaches at the University of Pristina in Pristina. His brother is the novelist Rexhep Qosja.

Qosja Isa is the author of many artistic and documentary films, among the best known is "Proka" which has featured in many international festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival. His second feature film, Rojat e mjegullës (1988) dealt with the suffering and treatment of Albanians in time of the great communist repression.

In 2005 he directed Kukumi. In 2014 he directed Three Windows and a Hanging, which became the first Kosovan film to be submitted for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.[1]

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