Sarajevo’s annual outdoor holiday market opened this week at the Hastahana park in the central city zone, as reports suggested that Sarajevo was Europe’s most polluted city this Wednesday. Continue reading Outdoor Holiday Market Opens despite Soaring Air Pollution Levels
In the run-up to International Human Rights Day, December 10, Sarajevo’s Kriterion art cinema will host screenings of three documentaries, in cooperation with the Movies that Matter film festival and the Dutch Embassy to Bosnia. Continue reading Movies that Matter in Kriterion Cinema
“A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams will be performed at SARTR (Sarajevo war theater) on Monday, December 11. The curtain lifts at 20h. Continue reading “A Streetcar Named Desire” at SARTR
Bosnia national women football team lost a world cup qualifier to Wales national team, in Zenica. The guests scored one goal in the match played at Bilino Polje stadium.
Iran’s culture center in Sarajevo is organizing the Iranian Film Week in Bijeljina, northeastern Bosnia. Five recent Iranian films will be screened from 4 to 8 December at the town’s public culture center. Continue reading Iranian Film Week in Bijeljina
The Embassy of Italy to Bosnia is organizing the Italian Film Week this month in five Bosnian towns. Part of a broader set of events, the Italian Culture Season in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the film week will be organized November 20-27 in Banja Luka, Mostar, Sarajevo, Tuzla and Višegrad. Continue reading Italian Film Week Starts November 20
Men Don’t Cry, directed by Alen Drljević, won the best feature film award at the Bratislava International Film Festival this week. The award was received by Slovenian actor Sebastian Cavazza who plays a lead role in the film. Continue reading Men Don’t Cry Wins Best Film Award at BIFF