The renowned Vaskakas Puppet Theatre has organized Győrkőcfesztivál in the centre of Győr in North West Hungary every year since 2008. Entrance is free for every child under 14 who brings a photo of themselves smiling (siblings can be included in the same photo).
Since 2005, every year, “Cuore di...” (Heart of...) is dedicated to a different country, focusing on contemporary performing and visual arts, and on current items (last editions: Greece, Palestine, Brasil, Scandinavian countries, Iran).
Festival Kassandras is an open amphitheater with a capacity of 3000 people with easy access in the green forest. Established in 1993 and all these years of operation, has hosted great theatrical and musical performances and renowned actors and musicians.
The Olympus Festival started in 1972 in Pieria in the Central Macedonia region, and continues to offer high-quality artistic events every July and August. The programme includes ancient and modern theatre, dance, music and visual arts, performed by Greek and international artists.
The Malta Short Film Festival is unique in that it is broadcast on Malta’s national television station, TVM, reaching an audience of 30,000 weekly running for 3 months every year. Films are shown on TV and online and are appraised by a panel of expert judges and by the viewers.
It's an international short film festival. Eligible for entry are young authors up 35 years. Films with duration of up to 30 minutes. No entry fees. We accept films in one of the following categories: Fiction films, Documentaries, Animations, Experimental films and video art.
BE FESTIVAL exists to bring the best emerging European theatre companies and visual artists to Birmingham and beyond, offering opportunities to showcase their work; develop and exchange their ideas and practice; create extraordinary new work together; and engage with audiences in unique and innov