Meri Dishnica

A former therapist, so passionate about storytelling that she carves the mess of human emotion into an impressive cinematic tale of narrative and visuals. Her works are copyrighted by The U.S Copyright Office.


I CONFESS! Cinematic Poem (Video Art / Experimental)

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© 6 May 2021

A bizarre mind-trip of an incorrigible dreamer. Written-Directed-Edited - Produced by MERI DISHNICA

THRILLS OF POWER Cinematic Poem (Video Art / Experimental)

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© 28 Jul 2021

Written - Directed - Edited - Produced by Meri Dishnica. This Cinematic Poem echoes the personality distortion one faces after he gets powerful (expressed symbolically by the detail of the chair). "Nobody is immune to the shady thrills of Power" is visually explained by the genderless character. The blurred figure explains the visual and mental disturbances as side effects of power.


Dramatic Thriller - Noir / Feature Film

© April, 2020

The strength of the script is in its characters- who engage us with their resonant, yet distorted experiences.

Romantic Drama / Feature Film

© September, 2019

Poetic, metaphorical, and quite moving, this whimsical-beach-getaway script passes the Bechdel Test. The writer has done commendable, extensive research on song choices, indicating a clear understanding of how to match the highs of a scene with the highs of a song. This additional element gives the overall story more style, fleshing out its melodramatic atmosphere.


Drama / Short Film

© November, 2020

"Written on a cinematographic concept, its message is clear and candid. I felt the visual tension through its vivid episodes and dynamic plans. It perfectly unfolds itself figuratively through its remarkable expressive symbols". T.F


Sci-Fi - Thriller - Action / TV Pilot

© June, 2020

Meticulously wrapped in an intelligent and introspective drama, this thriller concept script engages us through its well-realized characters and keen insights about life.



© Meri Dishnica

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Poetry / Poezi
© 2009



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