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Dec 14, 2014

Notes after the international film festival "The Northern Character"

The festival "The Northern Character" was held in Murmansk for the seventh time. This year there were announced more than hundred works of journalists and documentary filmmakers from Russia, Abkhazia, Norway, Sweden, France, Finland, Canada and Greece in seven categories, including "documentary", "essay", "TV show", "short fiction".

Dec 12, 2014
In Petrozavodsk there was held a seminar for journalists of regional newspapers and administrations’ press services. It was organized by Regional branch of the Popular Front of Karelia, the Ministry of the Republic of Karelia for national politics, relations with public and religious associations and mass media and journalistic network Barents Press International.
Dec 1, 2014

In February 2015 after two years, the Norwegian Kirkenes will again meet the grand festival Barents Spectacle. The Barents Secretariat invites a group of 10 Russian journalists to arrive in Kirkenes from 4 to 8 February 2015.

 

Days of Norway in Murmansk

Apr 23, 2010


On April, 22 in Murmansk there were started Days of Norway which follow Barents Spektakel – 2010. The event took place in Kirkenes and was visited by a big group of journalists from Murmansk and Archanguelsk ereas and Komi Republic. They were invited by NJC and Barents Sekretariat Norway. Murmansk journalists are also very eager to meet Days of Norway which are to last till April, 28.

Local media give many publications about this cultural event. Unofficial start was the lunch where the cookers served Norvegian food.

Days of Norway 2010 is a joint project of the Consulate General of the Kingdom of Norway in Murmansk and Pikene på Broen company.

On the program: Arctic Nomad exhibition, joint concert of Duolva Duottar (Norway) and Nogu svelo! (Рrussia), puppet show after Erlend Lu's fairy-tale “Knut and Fish”, films by Knut Erik Jensen and other events.

Pikene på Broen invites journalist to the press-conference about Days of Norway in Murmansk.

More information is available in Russian and at www.murmanout.ru

Translated by Tatiana Polkova

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