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Theater festival for children opens in Ankara

Thousands of people are expected to attend the international children's theater festival titled "Little Ladies, Little Gentlemen" in Ankara starting April 24.

The festival will stage more than 80 performances from 14 local and 12 foreign theater groups. Bulgaria, France, Croatia, Norway, Italy and Slovenia are some of the participant countries.

European Facebook poetry festival to begin on Saturday

BELGRADE - The European Facebook Poetry Festival will begin at the Novi Sad Fair within the 21st International Book Fair and it gathers over 500 poets from Serbia and abroad.

ComiXconnection exhibition to be held in Pancevo

PANCEVO - "ComiXconnection - strip, banda dese­nata, strip, kepregeny," an exhibition borne out of a research of the regional comic scene, will open on Wednesday in the Vojvodina cinema in Pancevo, near Belgrade.

World Poetry Day(s) in Belgrade

BELGRADE - This year's World Poetry Day(s) will be held in Belgrade and Pozega from March 20 to 23, bringing together numerous authors from Serbia and abroad.

In 1999, UNESCO proclaimed March 21 as World Poetry Day which has been celebrated in Serbia since 2001.

This 15th event in a row has several program units that cover both contemporary and classical poetry.

16th International Festival of Archaeological Film

BELGRADE - The 16th edition of the International Festival of Archaeological Film will feature the screening of 22 films from 10 countries at the Gallery of Frescoes in Belgrade on March 19-25.

This year, the guest of honor is Iran, which will present its rich archaeological heritage with a film about the splendor of Persepolis, the organizers said in a release.

World puppets in ?zmir

The 9th ?zmir International Puppet Days kicked in the western province on March 5.

This year, 40 puppet theater groups will perform 42 shows in 27 different venues within the festival program. Four exhibitions, one from Slovenia and another from Bulgaria, will host art lovers.

Three Serbian cinemas to be part Film Festival Rotterdam

BELGRADE - Three Serbian cinemas, Fontana (Belgrade), Eurocinema (Subotica) and Kupina (Nis), will play an integral part in the holding of the 44th International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) that will run from January 21 to February 1, Art & Popcorn, a Serbian production company, has said in a release.

Beatles tribute act The Bestbeat to play on December 27

BELGRADE - The Bestbeat, a Belgrade-based Beatles tribute band, will play a concert at Dom Omladine in Belgrade on December 27 in a bid to recreate the atmosphere of the Liverpool Fab Four's early performances.

Sofia Hosts 7th International Triennial of Graphic Arts

The Seventh International Triennial of Graphic Arts "Sofia 2014" opens at 6 pm on Monday in the exhibition halls of the gallery of the Union of Bulgarian Artists (UBA), located on 6 Shipka Street.

The Triennial, which has a 20-year history, gathers the latest achievements of artists from more than 30 countries.

Director Borut Separovic opens 48th Bitef

BELGRADE - The 48th Bitef International Theatre Festival was opened late Saturday at Belgrade's Dom Omladine by Croatian director Borut Separovic, the winner of last year's special prize for the play 55+, performed by the Zagreb-based Montazstoj company.

Undertaker nominated for Prix Europa film prize

BELGRADE - The Undertaker, a film by director and screenwriter Dragan Nikolic, has been nominated as the best European television documentary after featuring at thirty festivals to great acclaim, the producers announced.

See You In Montevideo producers making basketball film

BELGRADE - The production company behind See You in Montevideo, Serbia's nominee for the 2014 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, has started shooting another sports film based on a true story - this time about basketball.

EU's Creative Europe programme promotes Balkan culture

EU's Creative Europe programme promotes Balkan culture

The Union allocated 1.5 billion euros for cultural and media projects.

The European Union’s Creative Europe programme is making 1.5 billion euros available to support regional cultural organisations, including cinema, and for translating books into regional languages.