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After 25 years, can Serbian cinema finally help a nation learn the lessons of war?

After 25 years, can Serbian cinema finally help a nation learn the lessons of war?

Balkan and botoxed: one playwright holds up a mirror to Serbian beauty ideals and the result isn't pretty

Balkan and botoxed: one playwright holds up a mirror to Serbian beauty ideals and the result isn’t pretty

Meet the man who built Belgrade’s theatre of broken dreams, where the Yugoslav ideal lived and died

Meet the man who built Belgrade’s theatre of broken dreams, where the Yugoslav ideal lived and died

After 25 years, can Serbian cinema finally help a nation learn the lessons of war?

After 25 years, can Serbian cinema finally help a nation learn the lessons of war?

Balkan and botoxed: one playwright holds up a mirror to Serbian beauty ideals and the result isn't pretty

Balkan and botoxed: one playwright holds up a mirror to Serbian beauty ideals and the result isn’t pretty

Meet the man who built Belgrade’s theatre of broken dreams, where the Yugoslav ideal lived and died

Meet the man who built Belgrade’s theatre of broken dreams, where the Yugoslav ideal lived and died

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Ural Biennial factory speech

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Redmond Bacon

25 February 2022
Serhiy Zhadan’s The Orphanage is a powerful novel on the experience of war in Ukraine | Calvert Reads

Serhiy Zhadan’s The Orphanage is a powerful novel on the experience of war in Ukraine | Calvert Reads

24 February 2022
Chateau Chapiteau: the nomadic community building co-living space in Georgia

Chateau Chapiteau: the nomadic community building co-living space in Georgia

23 February 2022
‘It feels like begging:’ why Bosnia’s national museums are struggling to survive

‘It feels like begging:’ why Bosnia’s national museums are struggling to survive

23 February 2022
The Other Bulgarian Women: the show dividing a country

The Other Bulgarian Women: the show dividing a country

22 February 2022
The Czech Republic’s tallest skyscraper reflects a city’s changing identity | Concrete Ideas

The Czech Republic’s tallest skyscraper reflects a city’s changing identity | Concrete Ideas

21 February 2022
Grassroots: the community initiatives leading Lithuania’s urban farming revolution

Grassroots: the community initiatives leading Lithuania’s urban farming revolution

21 February 2022
The Ringing Trace: capturing the invisible legacy of a Soviet nuclear catastrophe

The Ringing Trace: capturing the invisible legacy of a Soviet nuclear catastrophe

18 February 2022
Lines of resistance: Kazakhstan’s poets face the aftermath of protest

Lines of resistance: Kazakhstan’s poets face the aftermath of protest

18 February 2022
'We hope for no more funerals:' documenting humanitarian tragedy on the Poland-Belarus border

‘We hope for no more funerals:’ documenting humanitarian tragedy on the Poland-Belarus border

17 February 2022
July Rain is a New Wave-esque Soviet classic about alienation and love | Film of the week

July Rain is a New Wave-esque Soviet classic about alienation and love | Film of the week

17 February 2022
Our Family Garden: building a living monument to heal the scars of war

Our Family Garden: building a living monument to heal the scars of war

16 February 2022
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