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Pristina’s fast-growing film festival kicks off this month, but industry insiders complain that despite such events cinematography in Kosovo continues to underperform.
Serbian film director says landmark Serbia-Kosovo deal concludes international community's job of creating monolithic ethnic communities in the Balkans.
Renowned Serbian film director Emir Kusturica has announced that his new movie will deal with human organ trafficking, the focus of a current high-profile trial in Kosovo.
The jury in the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence has selected 10 participants for this year’s programme.
This year's international art exhibition in Venice will see a number of interesting projects from the Balkans - and Kosovo will have its own pavilion for the first time.
Festival’s third edition brings Roma into focus through cinema.
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.
Journalists who attended BIRN's summer school 2012 have obtained funds to conduct cross-border investigations.
Top politicians in the region are still struggling to live with criticism, accusing journalists of undermining national interests and of mafia ties, media organisation says.
Faced with a programme of more than 150 short films and document, Balkan Insight has collected tips from the Kosovo’s leading experts on the silver screen for this year’s Dokufest.
Three people have been locked inside this glass box in central Pristina for the week in a bid to prove that Kosovars can survive on local products alone.
The Balkan Initiative for Cultural Cooperation Exchange and Development, BICCED, funded by the Swiss Cultural Programme in the Western Balkans, is announcing the launch of the first Culture Watch Award.
President Atifete Jahjaga has met journalists' concerns about the new criminal code and returned the bill to parliament for review.
A survey of world media freedom in 2011 carried out by US-based watchdog Freedom House put Montenegro in top place in the region. Kosovo has also moved up the rankings while Macedonia has moved down.
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.
Montenegrin police arrested one of the sons of Kosovo-born narcotics trafficking suspect Naser Kelmendi early on Friday at one of the country's border crossings.
Kosovo said it will sue companies that establish contracts with the Trepca industrial complex after the US firm New Generation Power did so without due consultation.