The 26-th international film festival TIFF opened in Norway. The event is watched by dozens of journalists, including 7 Russian journalists from Barents Press. Thanks to the support of the Barents Secretariat Russian viewers and readers will learn the news first hand.
On 7-11 December Oslo hosted the seminar "Professional journalism and human rights". In addition to the Russian journalists it was attended by the activists of the LGBT community. What did Norwegian and Russian experts speak about? Learn it from the story by Alexander Borisov.
Do mass media and members of the government press-services Provide the constitutional right of citizens to have access to fair and diverse information? To answer this question there was organized a seminar "Cooperation of media and press services of state authorities". It was held in Petrozavodsk on November 26.
Polar Lights — international Arctic film festival
The Festival is not ethnicity, but the organizers intend to pay a special attention to movies devoted to small indigenous people of the North. They are to be screened within the Non-competition program. Furthermore, retrospective screenings of the World and Russian Cinema Masters, round tables and workshops are included in the Festival's program. The prominent cinematographers like Knut Erik Jensen, Alexandr Adabashyan, Ingrid Veninger and Vladimir Grammatikov are members of Jury.
All necessary information about the Film Festival can be found at the site http://arcticfilmfest.ru/.
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