• Munich festival gets under way with packed schedule

      Munich festival gets under way with packed schedule

      Filmgoers in Munich were heading for the first full day of films at the 38th Munich Film Festival on Friday, with the day's highlight to be the Cinemerit Award to US actor Robin Wright. The 38th edition of the popular summertime film festival, which fell victim last year to the coronavirus pandemic, opened with the premiere screening of a Bavarian cop comedy, Kaiserschmarrndrama, at six locations on Thursday evening.

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    • Artists of naive art from all over the world exhibit in Veliko Tarnovo

      Artists of naive art from all over the world exhibit in Veliko Tarnovo

      International Salon Naive is presenting an enriched exposition in the town of Veliko Tarnovo. The exhibition halls Rafael Mihaylov are the second location after Sofia where artists from all over the world who paint in a naive style show their artworks, announced Daniela Ossikovska, a volunteer for the organisation team at the opening of the event.

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    • Artist Albena Baeva: I have trust in AI and autonomous machines

      Artist Albena Baeva: I have trust in AI and autonomous machines

      Today, we are witnessing a big erosion of trust in various long-established authorities, such as traditional media and governments. In practice, people are now more likely to trust content offered to them by an algorithm than such offered by a health professional, for example, says the artist Albena Baeva in an interview to EUROPOST.

       

       

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    • Kids choose music over streets

      Kids choose music over streets

      The Sofia Philharmonic is reaching out to the kids from the Children's Symphony Orchestra - Sliven and inviting fans to experience the emotions of a very special concert. At 6pm on 4 July, the children's orchestra will be sharing the stage of Bulgaria's most prestigious hall with musicians from the national orchestra.

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    • Virtuoso pianist Oleg Maisenberg to play in Sofia

      Virtuoso pianist Oleg Maisenberg to play in Sofia

      The outstanding pianist Oleg Maisenberg is set to play for the Bulgarian audience on 1 July at Bulgaria Hall in Sofia. Together with the Sofia Philharmonic, he will perform Rachmaninoff's brilliant Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. The programme of the concert, to be conducted by Oleg Ptashnikov, will also include Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 1.

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    • IMAGO presents pop-up exhibition in Sofia

      IMAGO presents pop-up exhibition in Sofia

      After a one-year break, IMAGO International Artist Residency is once again hosting artists from around the world who have chosen to develop their projects as part of the residency programme in the village of Tsarimir, Bulgaria.

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    • Cannes Film Festival's competition jury unveiled

      Cannes Film Festival's competition jury unveiled

      Five women and four men were named on Thursday as members of 2021 Cannes International Film Festival'competition jury, news wires reported. "The Serpent" star Tahar Rahim, US actress Maggie Gyllenhaal and "Parasite" lead Song Kang-Ho are part of this year's Cannes Film Festival jury led by director Spike Lee, organisers announced. It will be a female-majority jury for the July 6 to 17 festival, which has faced criticism in recent years for its lack of female representation, AFP reported.

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    • World's theatre gathers in Düsseldorf

      World's theatre gathers in Düsseldorf

      An airplane in front of the Schauspielhaus theatre hall, siren songs from Australia and a live stream from Cape Town - the festival Theater der Welt has started on Thursday in Düsseldorf. The programme's performances will be staged mainly in front of a live audience. Participants in the fest are 350 artists from five continents and 17 countries.

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