The launching conference for the EU-China Year of Intercultural Dialogue, which took place on the 2nd of February 2012 in Brussels, gathered stakeholders from Member States and from China, including policy-makers, artists, intellectuals and cultural institutions.
EUNIC Almaty is organising a European Film Festival in May, 2012, which takes place in Caesar cinema theatre. This week long event will have one European film showing every day with the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Hungary, Poland and Latvia all represented. The exact schedule and the titles of the films are to be determined.
EUNIC is delighted to present the Curatorial Exchange Programme 2012 for young Russian curators internship in European museums and galleries.
When the film The Spy Who Came In from the Cold arrived in cinemas in 1965, spy film was already one of the most popular genres in Europe. By then, deep into the Cold War, the figure of the spy was a source of great fascination for people on both sides of the Iron Curtain. The secret agent reflected the political ambitions of east and west as well as their contradictions.