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The series of guided visits contribute to the social valorization of heritage places and promote them as spots of gatherings and cultural exchange.

Through the Music and Poetry Caravan, the project will create an artistic product that will promote cultural heritage as a source of inspiration and a stage for presentation of artistic and spiritual creativity.

Croquis in the Garden is an interdisciplinary art project that combines literature and visual art, intending to show how literature can inspire other forms of art.

Presentation of documentary films produced about the site, as well as an exhibition of photographs of its environment, and the activities for its cleaning and transformation from an abandoned site into a new tourist attraction.

STRYMON Film is organizing "My Skopje Story", an open competition of photos inspired by facades of buildings which define the genuine identity of old Skopje.

The European Union Delegation to Canada, the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) and the diplomatic missions of EU Member States, in collaboration with the Canadian Film Institute, are pleased to present the fifth edition of the European Union Short Film Festival.

Don’t miss this new edition of Balkan Trafik! which has become a real touchstone thanks to the quality of its programming as well its unique set design, the theme of which is closeness, new encounters and friendliness.

In its second year, The Kalasha International TV and Film Market is a unique platform for regional and international players in the entertainment industry to connect, discover new partnerships and projects while developing business opportunities in a fast growing region.

Fondazione Aquileia with National Museum of Belgrade and Italian Ministry of Tourism and Culture are presenting the exhibition “Treasures and Emperors - Splendour of Roman Serbia”, a journey between the peoples and cultural trends that have enriched our history.

 

The third edition of the Wellington Polish Film Festival (WPFF) will be screening seven masterpieces of Polish cinema at the Roxy Cinema in Wellington from 5-8 April, as part of a worldwide celebration to commemorate Poland’s centennial of its regained independence.

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