quarta-feira, fevereiro 13, 2008

FESTIVAL DE INVERNO DE SARAJEVO


The International Festival Sarajevo "Sarajevo Winter" is a traditional meeting place for artists and citizens from all over the World.The first "Sarajevo Winter" Festival was held from 21 December 1984 to 6 April 1985. In the course of twenty three years of its existence, the Festival has become an inseparable part of the city life. In the 1069 Festival days Sarajevo saw 2. 908 performances and exhibitions with over 2.883.500 spectators and 25.290 participating artists from all parts of the world. The "Sarajevo Winter" Festival was not prevented from taking place even in the times of war, and has become a symbol of freedom of creativity and a place for familiarizing with diverse cultures and civilizations.Together with the International Peace Center "Sarajevo Winter" initiated and organized the project "Sarajevo, Cultural Center of Europe" from 21 December 1993 to 21 March 1994 (i.e. the period between the two Cultural Centers of Europe - Antwerp '93 and Lisbon '94). The idea was supported by the Sarajevo City Assembly and by 11,000 renowned personalities and institutions the world over. The International Peace Center and the International Festival Sarajevo "Sarajevo Winter" plan to renew the same initiative. Twenty years of the Festival Sarajevo "Sarajevo Winter" was dedicated to project Sarajevo, Intercultural City of Council of Europe. The International Peace Center and the "Sarajevo winter" festival are preparing the project "Sarajevo - The World Cultural Center 2014".The organizer of the "Sarajevo Winter" Festival is the International Peace Center Sarajevo. International Peace Center is member of the International Societies for Performing Arts (ISPA), European Festival Association (EFA), Association of the Biennial of Young Artist of Europe and Mediterranean ( BJCEM).The International Festival Sarajevo "Sarajevo Winter" was awarded with numerous international awards and acknowledgments, as well as the highest prize award of the City of Sarajevo "Šestoaprilska nagrada Sarajeva".The "Sarajevo Winter" Festival has traditionally been held under the auspices of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, European Union, UNESCO, The Presidency of B&H, The Federation of B&H, The Council of Ministers of B&H, Sarajevo Canton, City of Sarajevo and Stari grad Municipality.
THEME
XXIV International Festival Sarajevo
"Sarajevo Winter 2008"
The theme „Barricades Without Borders- New (Brave) World opens up the question of dialogue between different generations which participated, each in their own way, in creating a new world while destroying the barricades between their dreams, their goals and the world which surrounds them and in which they live. Every generation is confronted with the same experience: that in front and behind them stand barricades without borders. The creation of a new world means life in a "brave world." Through the art of life, at the Festival we will explore the relationship between the generation of the second half of the twentieth century from the time of the student unrest in 1968 up to today. Through urban communication of artists, the general public, and historians with their contemporary problems/interests we will seek the key point of their encounter. The festival will be held within the framework of the year of European inter-cultural dialogue and in a special way will be linked to the encounters of Euro-Mediterranean creators. In accordance with tradition, the festival in its first week will mark the twenty-fourth anniversary of the fourteenth Winter Olympic Games, held in Sarajevo.
Dia 29 de Fevereiro
Uma Jornada portuguesa:

Friday, 29. February 200810:00 - 12:00
Film\'s World of Lauro Antonio and Frederico Corado, Portugal',
Friday, 29. February 2008
11:00 - 15:00
'Films by Lauro Antonio,
„Manha Submersa“,
„Perfacio a Vergilio Ferreira“,
„Maria Sobral Mendonca“',
Location: Army Hall
Friday, 29. February 2008
16:00 - 18:00
Films by Frederico Corado
"Call Me!“
„Where Am I: Graca Lobo“
„The Backstage of Sound of Music“,
„Theatro Moderno de Lisboa: Actor Society“,
Location: Army Hall
Friday, 29. February 2008, 20:00 - 21:00
„Fado In 24 Images per Second”, Portugal
Cátia Garcia, voice, Nel Garcia,
guitar Samuel Cabral, Portuguese guitar
Miguel Amaral, Portuguese guitar
João Penedo, double bass
Idea: Frederico Corado and Cátia Garcia
Video: Frederico Corado

After starting as Alice in the musical “Alice in Wonderland” and playing in “The Sound Of Music”, Cátia Garcia presents her new show, a tribute to the relationship between fado and cinema. Although dispersed in the time and a small number of films, the relationship between fado and Portuguese cinema (and some international films) is of great importance, being in the basis of some of the most remarkable Portuguese films, such as “Severa”, “A Canção de Lisboa”, “Capas Negras” or “Verdes Anos”. It is this relationship that Cátia Garcia emphasizes in this show, in a journey through times, films, actors, composers, fado singers and producers, all brought together by the cinema and the fado. This is a journey through the cinema and the fado, this Portuguese peculiar way of being…
Location: Bosnian Cultural Center
O CINE ECO TEM DIA ESPECIAL:

Sunday, 2. March 2008, 16:00 - 23:00
Cine Eco Seia Day
“Grande Hotel” Director: Anabela Saint-Maurice (Portugal) 52min
“Milton Santos” Director: Sílvio Tendler (Brazil) 89 min
“Portugal, Um Retrato Social” Director: Joana Pontes and António Barreto (Portugal) 2 = 60+ 50 min
“Fields of Demetér” Director: Knut Krzywinski (Norway) 47 min
“Carpa Diem” Director: Sérgio Cannella (Italy) 2 min
“From the Land of Bitter Tears” Director: Tomoko Kana (Japan) 84 min
“In the Twilight of Silence” Director: Josef Cisarovski (Czech Republic) 33 min
“The Tiger and the Monk” Director: Harald Pokieser (Austria) 50 min
“Xingu, A Terra Ameaçada” Director: Washigton Novaes (Brazil) 50 min
“Yandabd” Director: Mariano Agudo (Spain) 58 min
“Dans Leur Peau” Director: Malherbe Arnaud (France) 22 min
Location: Army Hall
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2 comentários:

Ouriço disse...

A mudança é sempre saudável!
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isabel victor disse...

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