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Once a regional pioneer in the arena of gay culture in the 1980s, Serbia is now light years behind Croatia and Slovenia.
Shooting curtailed to only a few days after row over thrust of Hollywood star's film script refuses to die down.
While some artists welcome the new national arts centre, others say there is no guarantee it will rectify any of the old abuses in the allocation of culture grants.
At the wheel of a beaten-up old red car Mladen Miljanovicnavigates the streets of Sarajevo on a mission to create an audience for his artwork.
The sale of an ancient but unknown icon has highlighted the need for a central register of all historic artifacts, which might save them from being trafficked illegally.
Seven Belgrade cultural organisations could be in jeopardy if the Serbian Ministry of Culture fails to provide timely funding for their participation in international projects.
Executive manager of Belgrade's BITEF theatre festival, Jelena Knezevic calls for an end to political appointees, more professional leadership and a transition from reliance on the state for money to independent fund-raising.
The hooligan violence that has occupied the media for the last week or so has given a serendipitous boost to a new Serbian film that explores the theme.
Traditional craftsmen, largely silenced during the last 20 years of economic turbulence, are carving a new future for themselves in this ancient southern town.
The erection of huge statues of lions beside a modernist bridge is reviving criticism of nationalist government’s costly revamp of the Macedonian capital, known as Skopje 2014.
Officials in Bosnia have accused the private television network, TV Pink, of misleading Bosnian rape victims about the film project led by Hollywood star Angelina Jolie.
Just one movie house survives in the country. But with a growing number of film festivals, silver screen fans believe it’s not yet time for the credits to roll.
Once lauded as a symbol of religious tolerance, the opening of Pristina’s new cathedral has stirred simmering resentment among many Kosovo Muslims.
He played a key role in bringing the biggest band to date to Pristina this summer as part of the SURF festival, and has lined up another top name in the world of music for this autumn. Balkan Insight talks to Petrit Selimi about Morcheeba, the upcoming Nouvelle Vague gig, as well as plans to bring Hot Chip, Air and Stephen Marley to the capital.
Seeking state arts and culture funding in Bosnia? Best make sure your project has a distinct Serb, Croat or Bosniak flavour first.
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