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‘Love Island’, by Jasmila Zbanic and Aleksandar Hemon - which tackles the thorny issue of same-sex love from a comic angle - got a warm reception at the Sarajevo Film Festival.
It’s hard to find an Albanian who doesn’t know about Edith Durham, the British writer and traveller who spent the greater part of her adult life studying and advocating for Albanians in the early 1900’s.
If you’re looking for a low-budget, no-frills, ‘Cheers’-style ambient, take a punt on Kancelarija.
Hamza and Zizek’s “From Myth to Symptom: The Case of Kosovo” deconstructs the NATO intervention and independence.
Through the story of ancient hero, this play speaks of all the modern wanderers who flee reality and draw up ‘false maps’ to prevent themselves from admitting they are lost.
New Exhibition at the Museum of Yugoslav History, ‘Yugoslavia from the Beginning to the End’, presents many of the historical, ethnological and economic diversities that made up the former state.
This new political comedy from Kosovo, set in the days before the declaration of independence, offers a subversive take on the theme of the Kosovo art world’s dependence on politics.
Black humour and sensitive tackling of America's social issues and intimacy problems join hands in this smart comedy.
The long-expected prequel to the Alien saga, by the director of the first of the four films, is a visual feast but with some irritating loose ends in the story.
New all-American top blockbuster glorifies warfare against alien enemy to the point of nonsense - and not even the super-expensive special effects can redeem it.
Belgrade band Etar seeks to be itself, but also entertain and raise awareness of the scourge of drug addiction.
The teenage fantasy film all too convincingly conjures up a post-apocalyptic America in which human sacrifice has become a horrific state ritual.
The Spanish cultural centre is showing an exhibition of 82 plates by Francisco Goya on the horrors of the Peninsular War.
The new Belgrade exhibit "Picasso at the Côte d' Azur" presents (deservedly) lesser known ceramic pieces from the artist's later years.
While the political relationship between Serbs and Albanians may be in rough waters, a recent theatre production shows that artistic cooperation between the two groups is flourishing.
The North City Jazz and Blues festival, held near Mitrovica in Kosovo, is seeking to change the image of a town known nowadays mostly for ethnic conflict.
I don't want greedy clergy and ambitious politicians protecting me from the truth about Serbian’s greedy and very secular society.