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Study: Bulgarians Listen To Pop-Folk The Most

Bulgarians listen to pop and pop-folk music the most, according to a study by the Bulgarian Association of Music Producers (BAMP), cited by BTA. The research was conducted by the "Trend" agency among 1010 respondents.

Serbia’s Jovan Ginic Wins Cannes Rising Star Award

Serbian actor Jovan Ginic has won the Rising Star Award from the Louis Roederer Foundation at this year's Cannes Film Festival, which is presented to the best young actor, the Film Center of Serbia announced.

Ginic won the award for his lead role in Vladimir Perisic's film Lost Country.

Vukovar Film Celebrates Peace in Post-Conflict Croatian City

On the anniversary of the day in 1995 when the last territory occupied by Serb rebel forces in Croatia's Baranja and Eastern Slavonia region during the war was finally returned to government control, a film screening was held in the city of Vukovar to mark the peaceful reintegration.

Foreign literary translators in Slovenia for a seminar

Ljubljana – Ljubljana and Maribor are hosting the 12th iteration of the International Translation Seminar of Slovenian Literature until 20 August. Eleven translators from nine countries are taking part.

Serbian documentary became a hit in the first week of its broadcast on Netflix

The production company Paradox Film points out that it had particularly good ratings in the Nordic countries, reaching ninth place in the Netherlands, sixth in Sweden, and eighth in Croatia on the list of the 10 most watched films.
"This is important news for Serbian cinematography and Serbian historiography," a press release of the production company Paradox Film said.

2Cellos concert marks 30 years of Slovenia, Croatia UN membership

New York – Slovenia and Croatia marked the 30th anniversary of their UN membership in New York on Sunday with a concert by world-renowned Slovenian-Croatian duo 2Cellos, who thus started their farewell world tour.

The concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn was also marked by expressions of solidarity with Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression.

Croatian Documentary Depicts Fight for Survival of Worker-Owned Factory

ITAS Prvomajska, which produces machine tools and employs around 125 workers, is unique among factories in Croatia in that those who work there own roughly half of the shares in the company, a model known as 'workers' self-management' with roots in socialist Yugoslavia, of which Croatia was once a part.

Drama Ljubljana’s new season brings mixture of old and new

Ljubljana – SNG Drama Ljubljana, the country’s leading theatre, will stage some old plays, some based on films and others it has commissioned itself, Drama’s manager Igor Samobor said as the company presented its new season in a special video it posted on its Youtube channel last evening.

Ljubljana graphic arts biennial paying tribute to Iskra Delta

Ljubljana – The 34th Ljubljana International Biennial of Graphic Arts is opening on Friday in several venues in the capital. Running until 21 September, the festival is themed around nostalgia of a former computing company while also looking towards the future in featuring young artists.

Slovenia in focus of Zagreb world literature festival

Zagreb – Slovenian literature will be in focus as the 9th Festival of World Literature gets under way in Zagreb on Sunday evening. Singer songwriter and author Zoran Predin is to appear at the opening ceremony.

The festival will feature several Slovenian authors among many literary stars from a total of 16 countries, including Belarusian Nobel Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich.

Mladi Levi ambitious despite epidemic, founder’s death

Ljubljana – Several venues in Ljubljana will host from today until 29 August the 24th Mladi Levi (Young Lions) international festival, which the organisers have billed as ambitious despite the epidemic and the recent death of its founder Nevenka Koprivšek.

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