2018 Jan. 01
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Project title: FILMY - Film art connects young people 
Programme: Interreg – IPA Cross-border Cooperation Programme Hungary – Serbia
Lead Beneficiary: Open University Subotica Ltd.
Beneficiary 1: Szeged Event and Media Centre Non-profit LTD.
Total project budget: 127.996,80 EUR
Project implementation period: 01.01.2018-31.08.2019
Project summary:
CB region is missing strategic, sustainable and developing cooperation between cultural organizations in the field of film art. Beside the lack of cooperation between cultural organizations and cinemas, which results in missing information about film programs, film events and cinematography from abroad, important problem is lack of creative, networking and innovative activities in film art which would connect a region and its population. Lack of adequate offer of nonformal education in the field of film art in CB region, leaves the target groups the modest opportunities for the development of artistic spirit and skills regardless of their talent and interest. Young people, middle-aged and older fans of film art are lacking the centres for education and fostering the culture of film screening, exchange of opinions and critical observations of the life and its elements from the perspective of film art.
Recognizing these problems, two cultural organizations from neighbouring cities Subotica and Szeged, as managers of two important cinemas and organizers of two international film festivals, prepared a set of interconnected activities which will animate and connect a wide target group, especially young persons and create new cultural events which will result in concrete development of the CB region in the field of film art. Open university Subotica and Event and Media Centre Szeged Non-profit Ltd. plan to established close and continual cooperation based on the three cooperation pillars – film festivals cooperation, establishment of Film clubs and establishment of Film schools in CB region. Through the cooperation of festivals and cinemas from two cities and especially through establishment of Film schools and Film clubs in these cities and other Local communities, target groups will receive opportunity to consume and enjoy in film art as well as to develop their talents through education, practical work, experience exchange and cooperation with colleagues from abroad.

2018 Jan. 01
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Project title: THEATRO - Theatre art as a regional hub for children`s socialization
Programme: Interreg – IPA Cross-border Cooperation Programme Hungary – Serbia
Lead Beneficiary: Open University Subotica Ltd.
Beneficiary 1: Kövér Béla Puppet Theatre
Total project budget: 91.989,05 EUR
Project implementation period: 01.01.2018-30.06.2019
Project summary:
Despite the existing cultural cooperation in CB region, there is an evident lack of knowledge and information about the (puppetry/children’s theatre related) cultural heritage and cultural offer in the CB region, especially among children and young people. Project is aiming to develop children’s theatre art in the CB region, increase cooperation between stakeholders, increase general theatre and festivals audience and create innovative on-line tool serving for education, information, promotion and experience exchange in the field of theatre art for children. Project partners are two cultural institutions, organizers of two international theatre festivals for children, which have excellent cooperation and successful common CB project experience.
Project is based on the 4 groups of activities which will be implemented simultaneously: Exchange of festival programs will serve for cooperation and networking of the target groups, sharing of experience, enlargement of theatre audience and promotion of partner festivals; Creation and promotion of the exhibition, focused on the cultural heritage of the CB region in the field of theatre art for children will enable promotion and raise of interest for this subject; Comprehensive education for children consist of puppet workshop, Puppetry camp for children, children’s preparation of theatre performances and its presentation on Festivals will enable involving and education of children, their socialization through play, idea exchange and development of creativity thus increasing the interest for puppetry and children’s theatre art of young generations. All three results are contributing to the promotion and achievement of the key project result – creation of web platform which on innovative and interactive way presents the cultural heritage of the CB region in the field of puppetry and children theatre art and provides continual information about actualities and events in the field of theatre art for children.

2017 Nov. 14
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Project title: 25. European Film Festival Palic
Programme: Creative Europe – MEDIA
Total project budget: 46.000,00 EUR
Project implementation period: 14.11.2017-14.11.2018
Project summary:
European Film Festival Palic (EFFP) celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2018 which was an excellent opportunity for the recapitulation of previous results and success and also beginning and announcement of new festival activities focused on the film education, cooperation with other film festivals, audience development, festival promotion tools and presentation of new festival organization team members.
Festival objectives:
• Promoting and presenting diversity of European audio-visual works;
• Increasing knowledge and interest of audience, especially young audience, about European films;
• Exchange of experience and networking between international and national film professionals;
• Development of film education, experience exchange and culture of dialog / debate in the film art;
• Improving the quality of writings and encouragement of young film critics in Serbia;
• Improving awareness of most recent European film cinematography achievements;
• Increasing the visibility of films originated in countries with low production capacities;
• Fostering the awareness of rich European film heritage.

Planned results:
• Presentation of 111 highly artistic films originated in geographical Europe including non-Media countries, up to 104 European films and up to 65 non-national films originated in countries with low audio-visual production capacities;
• Presentation of 8 recent films from Czech and present current streams in its cinematography;
• To bring representatives of up to 55 films (director, actor, producer, screenwriter, DoP, editor) to present their work at the press conference and Q&A sessions;
• Implementation of 4 activities towards new audience especially young audience;
• Awarding and presenting filmography of three highly acclaimed film professionals from Europe;
• Presenting of 6 recently digitally restored European film classics;
• Organization of workshop for the Film school students from Hungary and Serbia;
• Organization of workshop for young film critics from Balkans led by European professionals;
• To gather up to 100 national and international film journalists at the festival;
• Organization of first international live streaming from European Film Festival Palic.

2015 Nov. 17
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Project title: European Film Festival Palic
Programme: Creative Europe – MEDIA
Total project budget: 41.000,00 EUR
Project implementation period: 17.11.2015-17.11.2016
Project summary:
Objectives:
· To present up to 95 highly artistic films originated in geographical Europe including Russia, Turkey, Georgia, Moldova and Israel;
· To present up to 82 European films;
· To present up to 50 non-national films originated in countries with low audio-visual production capacities;
· To provide 60 or more national premieres;
· To present up to 10 films from Baltic countries (Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia)
· To bring representatives of up to 50 films (director, actor, producer, screenwriter, DoP, editor) to present their work at the press conference and Q&A sessions;
· To foster activities towards new audience especially young audience;
· To honour and present filmography of two highly acclaimed film professionals from Europe, including one from Serbia;
· To present up to 7 recently digitally restored European film classics;
· To organize a workshop for young film critics from Balkans led by European professionals;
· To organize a workshop for students of Film Academy of Novi Sad in cooperation with Instituto Cinematografico Michelangelo Antonioni from Busto Arsizio, Italy.
· To gather up to 30 national and international film journalists at the festival;
Results:
· Promoting and presenting diversity of European audio-visual works;
· Increasing knowledge and interest of audiences in European films especially young;
· Increasing the visibility of films originated in countries with low production capacities;
· Fostering and improving the film literacy in Serbia;
· Improving the quality of writings and encouragement of young film critics in Serbia;
· Exchange of experience between international and local film and industry professionals;
· Improving awareness of most recent European achievements;
· Fostering the awareness of rich European film heritage;

2013 Apr. 01
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The project of the Open University Subotica under the title “Raising performance and competitiveness and matching the demands of the economy and the offers of the labour market through public-private networking – MATCHDO” was selected for EU co-financing under the Lifelong Learning Programme’s Call for Proposals. 

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