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 »
BBB is honoured to present selected films from previous festivals at the BalkanFest 2015 organized by the NGO Kids in Action and the online magazine Exostis taking place in Thessalonki. The Festival aims to promote the multicultural character of the Balkans through music, film, dance and taste. Read more »
Stefan IVANCIC (Yugoslavia, 1985) lived in Barcelona, Spain, from 1991 to 2009, where he got his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is a Master’s degree Film directing student at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade. He has written film critic for several publications, including Spanish web-magazine Lumière. Read more »
For one more time we had the opportunity to present films of great quality and select winners that their work stands out in terms of quality, approach and thematic. Our Jury consisted of Mr Leone Contini (Italy), Mr Bojan Mucko(Croatia) and Ms Tanja Smalcelj(Bosnia and Herzegovina) gave 3 Sepcial Mentions and the BESTI FILM Award and the audience voted for the AUDIENCE PRIZE Award. Read more »
Here you can see the films participating at the 5th Balkans Beyond Borders Short Film Festival in detail. 40 Films succeeded out of 160 submissions from 32 countries 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.