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Archeologists are unearthing an important new building in the UNESCO-protected ancient city in Albania, which could shed fresh light on the life of the Roman colony.
The prevalent fear regarding Serbia’s European candidacy - that Europe will ‘swallow’ Serbia’s culture and force it do dance to its tune – is misplaced.
The Self-determination movement may have gone from street movement to the third largest party in parliament – but they have no intention of relinquishing one of their most powerful weapons.
Young Serbian director Maja Milos is raising eyebrows with her debut film, which uses explicit sexuality to portray the alienated world of adolescents in Belgrade suburbs.
As attempts to build artistic and musical bridges between Kosovo and Serbia remain hostage to political tensions, new technology is offering a solution.
Belgrade is keen to become the EU’s Capital of Culture in 2020 – but the city’s independent arts scene and leaders of some other towns have both doubts and objections.
Two playwrights who joined a number of political parties, using a modified speech by Goebbels as their agenda, have turned their experience into a performance called Oni Zive, (They Live).
Plan to embellish Kosovo’s capital with a sequence of squares is getting a hostile reception from the art crowd, though locals are a lot less skeptical.
Moviemakers from the country’s two entities hardly ever work together, which is why a short movie called “Happiness”, to be filmed soon, is attracting attention.
As the third law on arts funding in 20 years struggles to be implemented, dilemmas about the public financing of festivals and arts events seem no nearer a solution.
While the government unveils a list of events to mark the day, one MP says they are not delivering what they promised and have deliberately sidelined the town where independent Albania was born.
Unveiling his new album, Zoran Predin says Balkan nations need to rediscover their traditional music, if they don’t want their musical scene to be overwhelmed by English and American pop.
With a Sundance Festival award under its belt, Blerta Zeqiri’s ‘The Return’ looks like ending the run of Kosovo war movies that passed into film oblivion.
Prosecutors are investigating whether 500,000 euro provided to Kosovo’s national museum has been misused, Balkan Insight has learnt.
The average arts graduate’s romantic dreams are soon shattered in Serbia - a land where the state has little cash and businesses are only interested in sponsoring sport.
Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin…