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A number of German movies are being shown in Belgrade as a part of the ‘Travelling Cinema Programme’ of the Goethe Institute.
An exhibition of nocturnal creatures at the Natural History Museum explains how and why some birds, animals and insects opted for life in the dark.
Two major exhibitions are planned at the History Museum in Sarajevo - despite the decayed state of the building - one of which casts fresh light light on the medieval kingdom of Bosnia.
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.
Theatres from Nis and Belgrade have started preparing a play about the Roman emperor Constantine, which will be performed as a part of the celebrations dedicated to the Edict of Milan.
Sofia is in hot water over plans to give a large regional development grant to a broadcaster best known for its use of raunchy images to promote pop music.
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’.
Akiko Suwanai, a virtuoso violinst from Japan, will open the Macedonian Philharmonic's 2013 season.
It is known that Montenegro would like film star Gerard Depardieu to take out Montenegrin citizenship - but has he done so already? One TV news reader recently seemed to think so.
Important literary prize goes to Aleksandar Gatalica for his epic novel, which the jury said cast a new perspective on the First World War.
Vuk Jeremic, the Serbian President of the UN General Assembly, treated a large audience to a concert by the Serbian choir Viva Vox, marking the first day of Orthodox New Year.
Young art couple from Belgrade decided to draw attention to problems in art world and harmful state cultural policy by locking themselves in one of the prominent galleries on the main Knez Mihajlova Street.
A year-long celebration marking 1,700 years since the Roman Empire granted Christians religious freedom will start on January 17 in the Serbian city of Nis, where Roman emperor Constantine the Great was born.
The sixth Kustendorf film and music festival offers a feast of foreign movies, as well as programmes presenting some of the triumphs of world cinematography from the past year.
Filming of a new thriller directed by Joseph McGinty and produced by EuropaCorp, which is owned by Luc Besson, will bring a gaggle of stars including Costner to Serbia in the spring.
Donors spent hundreds of thousands of euro building a new museum in Gjirokastra - but the results were questionable and it ultimately closed over an ideological dispute.
Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin…