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Film Screening: Balkans - From Tokyo to the Morava River

EU News 490/2013


Date and time:  5 December, 18:00-20:30 (doors open at 17:30)

Place:               EU Delegation to Japan (4-6-28 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo)

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                        * Parking space is not available

Language:         English, Japanese, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian with English and Japanese subtitles

Registration:     Please send an e-mail indicating your name, affiliation and email address, with the subject line: Film Screening Balkans to  Maximum capacity: 150 seats

Further information:

Inquiries:          Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia 03-5468-6275

The geographical proximity of the Western Balkans makes the region of particular importance for the EU, which supports economic and political reforms in these countries. Jointly presented by the embassies of Slovenia and Croatia - itself a member of the region as well as the EU's newest member state - and the EU Delegation to Japan, "From Tokyo to the Morava River" is a documentary film by young Japanese filmmaker Moku Teraoka about his travels in the Balkans with a native of Bosnia currently residing in Slovenia. The screening will be preceded by an introduction by Mr Teraoka and followed by a live performance of music from the soundtrack.

Updated 2013.12.04