Banja Luka, May 2012
The Festival is being organized by Film Institute Banja Luka. BLIFF's long term aims are cultural development in Banjaluka and the region, advancement of film education and opening new channels of communication and collaboration between our talented cultural workers and those from all around world. BLIFF will include competitive and non-competitive film programmes.
Sarajevo, June 2012
Kid's Festival is the largest independent youth event in South East Europe: Since 2004 over 40,000 children from all over Bosnia & Herzegovina participate each year.The widespread program combines workshops, booths, entertainment, movies, performances, fun & education.
Kozara, June-July 2012
The Kozara Ethno Festival showcases the traditional lifestyle and customs of the local, Kozara area. The two-day program includes traditional music, dancing and local cuisine.
Sarajevo, July 2012
The International Folklore Festival overlaps with Bascarsija Nights, when folk groups arrive from all over the wider region to present their folk dances, poetry and music. A special treat is the annual performance of the whirling dervishes from Konya.
Sarajevo, July 2012
“The Nights of Bascarsija” were also held before the aggression on Sarajevo and B&H, with the very different concept. At that time, the festival was based on a single night which offered 15 to 20 diverse cultural programs, held all over the city. The festival foundations were set up in years 1988 and 1989.
Kastel fortress - Banja Luka, July 2012
The walls of the Kastel fortress are the backdrop to the International Summer Festival, a mix of poetry readings, theater plays, art exhibitions, and sport programs, including competitions in swimming, kayak, rafting, and sailing. Other attractions of the festival include parachute and bridge jumps.
SARAJEVO, July 2012
The Sarajevo Film Festival present a wide programme selection of both competitive and non-competitive films. Sarajevo Film Festival Competition program is accredited by FIAPF as a Competitive Specialized Festival. The main focus is the region of Southeast Europe (Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece. Hungary, FYR Macedonia, Malta, Monte Negro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, UNMI Kosova)...
Banja Luka, August 2012
The Banja Luka Summer Games turn this city into an open stage for folk and rock music concerts, poetry evenings, and theater performances. Most of the events are held in the old Kastel.
Mostar, August 2012
Every August, the Festival presents a wide selection of concerts and educational programs. Musicians from ten countries perform at this festival staged in Mostar's majestic Old Town.
The festival is organized in partnership with Cirkorama and Acro Yoga Zagreb from Zagreb (Croatia), Cirkokrog from Ljubljana (Slovenia), Cirkusfera from Belgrade and Alternacija from Novi Sad (Serbia). The festival will be realised with the help of POP. For the second time we dare to organise an acrobaticsfestival in Krupa na Vrbasu in Bosnia!
Sarajevo, October 2012
Established in the 1960’s as a kind of Balkan Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the International Theater Festival MESS has grown into a premier cultural event.
Sarajevo, November 2012
For seven days in November, the International Jazz Festival presents first-rate jazz music from all over the world on different stages across the city.
February – March, 2013
The XXVIII International Festival Sarajevo – “Sarajevo Winter 2012”– a traditional cultural and artistic event taking place in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Festival will be held under the motto 2012. The XXVIII International Festival Sarajevo “Sarajevo Winter 2012” will, as every year, represent an encounter of artists from all over the world, under title 2012. The International Peace Centre Sarajevo is the organizer of the Festival. |