Balkans Beyond Borders was successfully represented in the European Charlemagne Week between 12 and 15 May 2015 in Aachen. The European Charlemagne Youth Prize ceremony took place on the 12th of May at Aachen University premises. The Charlemagne Awards are being awarded jointly and annually by the European Parliament and the Foundation of the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen. Read more »
BBB Ambassador Bozhana Shoshkova attended the FiSH – Film Festival in “StadtHafen” in Rostock –Germany held from the 23rd until the 26th of April. FiSH – Filmfestival im StadtHafen Rostock – is a yearly event for the young German film scene located in the city harbour of Rostock that started in 2004. FiSH serves as a platform for up-and-coming film makers from Germany and one other partner country from the Baltic sea region that changes yearly. Read more »
This year BBB gets inspired by the city, the urban life and the geometrical representations identified in it. With title: Living in… City-mmetry, Balkans Beyond Borders opens the call for submissions for the 6th edition of Balkans Beyond Borders Short Film Festival, the festival that travels from city to city in the Balkans and triggers inspiration through its different thematic every year. The 6th Edition of Balkans Beyond Borders Short Film Festival will take place in Thessaloniki in October 2015. Read more »
Valuable information upon career opportunities in the EU and CV making was given at the Seminar “Find your way to EU+ countries” on Thursday 5 of March at EuropeDirect in Athens. The Seminar was organized by the project “Seeing other countries” in which Balkans Beyond Borders is partner. Read more »
Balkans Beyond Borders has invested time and effort in creating a network of young active people from the Balkan region and beyond in order to support and promote the BBB idea in the EU. We wish to actively engage as many interested individuals as possible in order to promote BBB and its goals as well as providing ideas and taking up the responsibility to realize them. Read more »
Nijmegen is all about Go Short. Walking through the city, it was impossible NOT to notice the festival feeling of Go Short, which is the Dutch festival for short film that this year took place for 5th time. For five days, over 300 short films were screened in and around LUX in Nijmegen. Backbone of the program were the films in European, Dutch and Student Competition.