11.7 C
Amsterdam
Monday, October 19, 2020
More

    Latest Posts

    t

    Youth Artivists for Change: Balkan

    Youth Artivists for Change is a project funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Creative Twinning scheme. Art. 1 is the...

    Your Artists for Change in Prishtina: Queer Film Days and Filmmaking Workshop

    Between the 16th and the 21st of July, art.1 had a very exciting time in Prishtina, Kosovo. While the 11th edition of the Prishtina...

    Radio/podcast training in Pristina, Kosovo

    Between the 24th and the 29th of January, our trainers Lotte van Gaalen and Saleem Salameh headed to Pristina in order to carry out...

    Dutch Ambassador voices her support to the attendees of Queer Film Days in Albania

    Dutch embassies play a vital part in the execution of our international projects. With their ongoing support allows we are able to empower sidelined voices and visibilize minorities, allowing their stories to join the collective narratives of their local contexts as well as of a broader global narrative. 

    The past three weeks we have been conducting trainings on filmmaking in Tirana – Albania and Skopje – North Macedonia with a remarkable group of young storytellers from the Western Balkan region, also programming Queer Film Days within the frame of the International Human Rights Film Festival Albania. In the midst of the global pandemic, everyone involved in the project –from coordinators to volunteers, creatives and attendees– have adapted so as to comply with health and safety rules in order for the show to go on. Our most heartfelt appreciation for everyone on board. 

    The Dutch Ambassador to Tirana, Guusje Korthals Altes, voices her support for Queer Film Days in a video message for the attendees of the International Human Rights Film Festival Albania (IHRFFA). 

    Dutch embassies play a vital part in the execution of our international projects. With their ongoing support allows we are able to empower sidelined voices and visibilize minorities, allowing their stories to join the collective narratives of their local contexts as well as of a broader global narrative. 

    The past three weeks we have been conducting trainings on filmmaking in Tirana – Albania and Skopje – North Macedonia with a remarkable group of young storytellers from the Western Balkan region, also programming Queer Film Days within the frame of the International Human Rights Film Festival Albania. In the midst of the global pandemic, everyone involved in the project –from coordinators to volunteers, creatives and attendees– have adapted so as to comply with health and safety rules in order for the show to go on. Our most heartfelt appreciation for everyone on board. 

    Latest Posts

    t

    Youth Artivists for Change: Balkan

    Youth Artivists for Change is a project funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Creative Twinning scheme. Art. 1 is the...

    Your Artists for Change in Prishtina: Queer Film Days and Filmmaking Workshop

    Between the 16th and the 21st of July, art.1 had a very exciting time in Prishtina, Kosovo. While the 11th edition of the Prishtina...

    Radio/podcast training in Pristina, Kosovo

    Between the 24th and the 29th of January, our trainers Lotte van Gaalen and Saleem Salameh headed to Pristina in order to carry out...

    Don't Miss

    Queer Faces, Migrant Voices: Split-Croatia Edition

    In June 2018,  Stichting art.1 was invited to present Queer Faces Migrant Voices in Split, Croatia as part of qFest Film Festival. During this...

    Azerbaijan: long term cooperation

    In opdracht van de Nederlandse ambassade in Baku werkt Stichting art.1 aan een human rights - en filmproject in Azerbaijan. Sinds IDAHOT 2017 heeft...

    LGBT Cops: Upclose and personal

     Stichting art.1 kondigt met trots de realisatie van LGBT-politie aan: Upclose en personal, een film in co-productie met filmmaker Chris Belloni. 'LGBT Cops: Upclose...

    Best Project of the year nomination

    On July 3rd 2018, the 10th anniversary of theFonds voor Cultuurparticipatie (Culture Participation Fund) was celebrated with the Golden C Awards. Five projects were...

    Kwaku Summer Festival 2018

    On July 22nd between 14:00 hrs. and 18:00 hrs., several films LGBTQI+ will be screened as part of the Pink Sunday theme of Kwaku...

    Stay in touch

    To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.