Call for Film and Script submissions for the 2nd annual Cosmocinema Festival 2019


The 2nd annual Cosmocinema Festival coming up on May 2019, in London, UK. The festival invites film directors, producers, writers and artists from around the world, to submit films and screenplays.   Films and Screenplays accepted from Individuals and Production Companies from all over the world, with no specific subject in their work.   Website: www.cosmocinemafestival.com   Deadlines: Early deadline 1: 30 August 2018 Early deadline 2: 30 September 2018 Early deadline […]

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An evening with the poet Titos Patrikios

Sunday, 10 March 2019; 6:00-8:00pm

«You can not have your own place nor your own poetry without your own language» – Titos Patrikios The Greek Library of London, in collaboration with the Poetry Office (Γραφείον Ποιήσεως), organise the honorary event «Poetry Finds You», which is dedicated to the life and works of Titos Patrikios. The multi-faceted work of the award-winning poet will be showcased through a selection of poems both in English and Greek. The […]

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‘Malaika’ presentation by Noella Coursaris-Musunka

Tuesday, 22 January 2019; 7:00pm

The Cyprus High Commission – Cultural Section cordially invites you to an illustrated presentation of the humanitarian project   MALAIKA   by Cypriot/Congolese international model and philanthropist NOELLA COURSARIS-MUSUNKA   TUESDAY 22 January 2019   7:00 pm   at the Cyprus Home (High Commission of the Republic of Cyprus, 13 St. James’s Square, London SW1Y 4LB)   Under the auspices of His Excellency the High Commissioner of Cyprus, Mr Euripides […]

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#TextMe_PaperFashion

Wednesday, 16 January - Sunday, 24 February 2019

#TextMe_PaperFashion is a pop-up exhibition from the Greek cultural organization ATOPOS Contemporary Visual Culture’s Paper Dress Collection. It has been especially created to mark UNESCO’S Athens 2018, World Book Capital, and the Hellenic Centre’s 25th Anniversary.  The exhibition investigates the relationship between text and paper in fashion through selected objects from the collection. Disposable Paper dresses from the 1960s, some printed with press cutting from American and English newspapers, are displayed alongside garments made […]

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Paper Dress: Future of History? – A talk by Jose Teunissen

Tuesday, 29 January 2019; 7:00pm

As part of #TextMe_PaperFashion,  Jose Teunissen, Professor, Dean, School of Design & Technology, London College of Fashion will give a talk about : ”Paper Dress: Future of History?” Introduced in the late 1960s the Paper Dress was one of the strongest symbols of a new Zeitgeist and a throw away culture symbolised an easy, modern and comfortable lifestyle. Everything was light and immediately replaceable due to new materials with new qualities. Nowadays […]

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