Edi Mehana is an actor and is originally from the ancient city of Kosova, Vushtria. He graduated a decade ago with a Bachelors of Arts degree from Pristina University's Theatre Department, with a focus on acting. Edi now resides in Chicago, IL. Edi Mehana has been in 15 films to date, including shorts and features. In the theatre he has proven himself to be a success in which he has performed 35 character roles.
Name: Edi Mehana
Lives in: Chicago, Illinois
Occupation: Acting Teacher, Actor and Director
Clash of the Vampires
Television by Michael Ballard (Action, Adventure, Drama and Fantasy) Actor
Film (short) by Daryle Moore (Thriller) Actor Mute is a film about an on the road book salesman, Monette. He has spent countless days and nights on the road alone. His wife has found comfort and attention in the arms of Cowboy Bob. Monette struggles to understand what happened and about the fate of his daughter. He soon finds out that pouring your heart out can lead down a dangerous path. Monette hastily comes up with a plan to secure his and his daughter's future. Written by Daryle Moore
Film (short) by Eric DeShazer (Comedy) Actor Ethan Meyers is having worst luck in the world. When he orders a experimental potion from a late night infomercial that he thinks is going to change his life. But he learns that when life sends you the wrong package you have to make the best of it. Written by Eric DeShazer
Desert Spring Rose: Film Noir Vignette
Film (short) by Scott Feigen (Crime, Music and Mystery) Actor Is she just a beautiful singer at the cabaret or is she a deadly femme fatal leaving a bed of roses everywhere she goes? No worries, local Chicago private investigator, Sam Spade, is fresh on the case. This foxhound better put to rest this murder-mystery before he becomes the next victim in this neo-noir vignette, Desert Spring Rose.
Film by Angeliki Antoniou (Drama) Actor Based upon true events Eduart, a young man raised in a cruel and oppressive family environment, leaves Albania with the dream of becoming a rock star and living a better life. His reckless character and the passions of his youth lead him to commit a murder in Athens. Chased by everyone, even by his own self, he is imprisoned under the harshest conditions. Eduart, with the help of a German doctor, learns to feel sympathy for others and guilt for his crime. His deep remorse will lead him from darkness to light. Like the Dostoevskian hero Raskolnikov, Eduart passes from crime to punishment, by daring to admit his guilt. In international criminal history, the "Eduart case" occurs once in a hundred years. Written by CL PRODUCTIONS LTD