Râşnov Citadel, at the beginning of August, is the location for the 10-day Râşnov Historical Film Festival. Here there is no red carpet or celebrity hype, just history and historical movies which provoke thoughts and passions, provide information, raise questions and possible answers. Academic rigour is combined with a sense of humour to create a relaxed atmosphere of intelligent debate. As well as films, the programme includes concerts in historic buildings, exhibitions and book stands.
Nušićijada, a collage-like festival of culture and entertainment, was reborn in 2010 and is dedicated to the great Serbian writer and comic master Branislav Nušić. It hosts big names and institutions from the worlds of music, theatre, dance, performance, art and literature on its indoor and outdoor stages. The festival creates a lively atmosphere in the small town of Ivanjica in Central Serbia, which welcomed up to 50,000 visitors for the 2014 edition, raising the tourism profile of the area.
Nikozi is a village in the east part of Georgia. Which is currently a conflict zone. Village has an art school (After the name of St. Alexander Okorpiridze). Animation is one of the subject, amongst others, taught in the school. International Animation Film Festival – “Nikozi” was founded in 2011, by initiative of St. Alexander Okropiridze Art School and Eparchy of Tskhinvali, with great help of Embassy of Poland. In 2017, it will be held for 7th time in succession.