Published by Jürgen Tobisch on Monday, 11 February 2008
MY EUROPE FILM CONTEST 07 – SELECTED FILMS Out of all applications to the My Europe Film Contest 07 the selection committee consisting of Jürgen Tobisch, Eszter Takacs and Tobias Kunow decided in favour of 17 films and created two different programmes, “Living in Europe” and “European Politics and Policies”. Programme 1: Living in Europe The last farm (ICELAND), by Runar Runarsson, 17 min. In a good position (GERMANY), by Nancy Brandt, 13,29 min. Birds without legs (GERMANY), by Burhan... Read more
Published by Kamala Hamilton... on Monday, 4 February 2008
By Ana Maria Suciu "Four days of rush, in and out, on and off. The great sunny weather that didn't last still gave me that good vibe of something nice is about to start. A little bit of stress caused by being all on my own again, although I had really simple directions from Lucia, followed by a little bit of sleep.(...) The bear after was quite multicultural, a little bit of Luxembourg, some Belorussian experience (reminding me of Romania a little while ago), a little bit of German, Italian,... Read more
Published by Kamala Hamilton... on Saturday, 26 January 2008
On October 6th 2007 the My Europe short film festival started with a screening at Café Siraly in Budapest. Later, the previously selected films were exhibited in 20 different European countries. On Saturday, the 26th of January, Tobias Kunow, Project Manager for MyEurope, announced the two winners of the Audience Awar during the OpenForum I Berlin. Runar Runarsson won the Audience Award of the programme "Living in Europe " with his film Síðasti bærinn í dalnum (The Last Farm). Marc Brummund won... Read more
Published by Kamala Hamilton... on Friday, 25 January 2008
From right to left: Dr. Mehmet Alpbek (Turkish Union Berlin-Brandenburg), Frank Burgdörfer (Citizens of Europe), Dr. Dorothea Kolland (Department of Culture, Berlin-Neukölln & Citizens' Foundation Neukölln), Fadi Saad (Neighbourhood Manager at the Körnerpark-Quarter in Neukölln), Prof. Dr. Claus Schmals (Free University of Berlin - not in this picture!) “Discontent is the first step towards success” was a key opening sentence to the panel discussion of the OpenForum I Berlin. And yet the... Read more
Published by Kamala Hamilton... on Tuesday, 22 January 2008
Carsten Berg handed over the 10.000 signatures to Gerard Onesta, Sylvia-Yvonne Kaufmann and Diana Wallis (from left to right). The signatures are the result of a Europe-wide campaign, involving organisations and initiatives in various countries. Most of the signatures are coming from the Netherlands, Poland, France, Belgium and Bulgaria. ECI-signatures were accepted with great interest and respect by the Vice-Presidents of the European Parliament Diana Wallis (Group of the Alliance of... Read more

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