Producers Forum in Novi Sad

By 15. May 2019. August 2nd, 2019 No Comments

Producers Forum will be held from August 28th to August 30th in Novi Sad and will gather experts from the event and festival management. For two days event organizers, film producers, cultural managers and theater producers will come together and talk about different topics from their field with production professionals!

Association Cinema City, which is the organizer of the Forum, invites all those interested in new experiences, people, topics, knowledge and enjoyment to apply with a note that their travel expenses, food and accommodation will be paid for two days (August 28th and August 29th).

The deadline for applying for the Producers Forum is August 20th, and all interested can apply here:

During the Producers’ Forum in Novi Sad, Gradić fest and their Festival of street musicians are held! In one part of the city called Gradić (Suburbium) with very old buildings, street performers bring a different and special atmosphere and energy. During the three days of the festival, Gradić will once again become an art district on whose streets there will be music, films, theater, exhibitions and performances.

Participants in the Producers’ Forum will have the opportunity to enjoy serious discussions about culture management throughout the day and incredible music and experiences on the streets during the night!

The Producers Forum is part of the Interreg-IPA cross-border cooperation program Hungary-Serbia and the project “Kaleidoscope of Contemporary Culture and Creative Industries” (K3CI). It is intended for cultural managers and producers from Serbia and Hungary!

This activity is part of the Interreg-IPA Cross-Border Cooperation Program Hungary-Serbia within the K3CI project, whose main goal is to strengthen cooperation between contemporary cultural and creative scenes of Hungary and Serbia through strengthening professional competencies, artistic production and transfer of knowledge. The partners of the project are Association Cinema City and Association Kulturanova from Novi Sad and Maszk and KEP-SZIN-HAZ from Szeged.