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All Balkan contestants in the semi finals on Tuesday failed to qualify for Eurosong. Macedonia and Albania are still hoping they will qualify on Thursday show in Malmo.
After its world premiere at the Sundance Festival, Krugovi, a new movie based on a true story about a Bosnian Serb who saved a Muslim in the Bosnian war, will have its European premiere at the Berlinale.
The Italian film star brought some glamour to Banja Luka when she dropped in with director Emir Kusturica on the way to Serbia.
Bosnian director Denis Tanovic will compete for a prize at the Berlin International Film Festival with his new movie ‘An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker’.
After the Ministry of Economy of the Sarajevo Canton has promised to financially suport it, the gallery CEka Charlama has opened to public and artists again.
The Ceka Charlama gallery was padlocked shut on Tuesday, following a decision of the Skenderija Center management, where it is located, to terminate their contract.
The first ever Culture Watch Award for analytical and investigative reporting on cultural issues in the Balkans went to Valentina Milenkovic from Vranje.
The closing event of the three-year project “Balkan Initiative for Cultural Cooperation, Exchange and Development”, BICCED, started on Thursday in Belgrade's Youth Centre.
Four journalists from the region have made it to the Culture Watch Award shortlist.
A new network linking regional museums has been launched in Skopje, where a joint project for restoring cultural heritage worth 2.8 million euro was presented.
After 124 years of existence, the Bosnian National Museum was shut down due to financial problems and wooden planks were nailed over its main entrance.
Enver Hadziomerspahic, director of Ars Aevi, Bosnia's contemporary art collection, said he was resigning in protest over the failure to construct a permanent home for the artworks.
Among this year's candidates for the Best Foreign Language Film Award is a rich selection of movies from the Balkans dealing with topics from corruption to religion and football.
The Paralympics volleyball team was warmly welcomed back to Sarajevo on Monday after taking a gold at the games in London.
Journalists who attended BIRN's summer school 2012 have obtained funds to conduct cross-border investigations.
A metal tree hung with thousands of heart-shaped red padlocks will remain a symbol of humanitarian giving in Sarajevo, after many people bought the padlocks, thereby donating money to helping children with cancer.
Bosnia's state court froze the assets of alleged Balkan narco-boss Naser Kelmendi, while prosecutors said they will investigate whether his property was bought with drug money.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.
Foreign Trade Minister says Bosnia will not accept a customs-free import regime with EU states despite pressure from Brussels.