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Panorama Europe 2018, the tenth edition of the essential festival of new and vital European cinema, co-presented by Museum of the Moving Image and the members of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture), includes fiction and documentary works that present a portrait of contemporary Europe during a period of tremendous flux. Highlighting recent films from throughout the continent, several of the films explore dialogues between the historic upheavals of the twentieth century and the current moment.

On the occasion of the International Day of Cultural Diversity, the EU Info Centre and DAH Theatre will organize the "In/Visible city" performance play in Belgrade on May 21, in the public city bus.

This is the third consecutive year the EETO together with the 16 MS offices are organising the Europe Fair to celebrate 9th May, Europe Day, with the Taiwanese public. The objective of the fair is to promote the EU and its Member States to the Taiwanese public, with booths showcasing European culture, cuisine, food and drinks, interactive games, as well as on-site live performances.

Event Facebook Page: Europe Fair 歐洲節

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Celebrating Europe Month in Saudi Arabia
April, May, 2018

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On the occasion of the celebration of Europe Day 2018, H.E. Ambassador Michele Cervone D'Urso, Head of the Delegation of the European Union in Riyadh, will officially celebrate Europe Month. The singing of the European Union anthem by the Choir of the Greek Cypriot School of Riyadh will be followed by a reception.

By invitation only.

German-Saudi Jazz Fusion by Birgitta Flick, James Banner, Max Andrzejewski, Sultan Al Fard and Mohammed Hakeem.

Registration will be announced through Twitter @GermanyinKSA

 

Joaozinho (Little Johnny) was a phenomenon in his time. As a promising young Angolan of mixed ancestry, he studied engineering in Lisbon, where he picked up the social skills of the power elite in the fascit government, then suffered a broken leg for two-timing a minister’s daughter. The secret police also had it in for Joaozinho because he was popular with fellow students working to incite revolution. They get nothing from her interrogation but pack him out of Lisbon and home to Angola.

Language: Portuguese / English subtitles

German-Saudi Jazz Fusion by Birgitta Flick, James Banner, Max Andrzejewski, Sultan Al Fard and Mohammed Hakeem.

By invitation only.

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