More visitors for Skanderbeg museum in Kruja

KRUJA, Oct. 10 – Gjergj Kastrioti Skenderbeu museum in Kruja has attracted some 34,000 visitors during the last three months, or 6,000 more than a year ago. During summer the museum stayed open more than normal to cope with the

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‘Albanians’ history’ book

TIRANA, Oct. 10 – “Albanians’ history” is a political-historical essay of the french researcher Serge Metais. Many Albanian personalities took part at its promotion Tuesday. The book describes Albanians’ history from Illyrians to the fight for Kosova’s independence. Metais is

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Four painters open exhibition in Durres

DURR̓, Oct. 7 – Jozef gallery in Durres welcomed works from four painters from Tirana. Durres citizens may have a look at 24 works from Klement Zoraqi, Ahilino Palushi, Flutura Maci and Adriana Puleshi, all members of the Busulla art

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Tosca launches the artistic season

TIRANA, Oct. 6 – Opera “Tosca” of the Italian composer Giacommo Puchini was played Friday launching the artistic season this year. It was made from producer Nikolin Gurakuqi. Though it has been played different times in Albania this time Gurakuqi

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Naim Frash쳩 bust set in Bucharest

BUCHAREST, Oct.1 – The bust of the Albanian renaissance personality Naim Frasheri was put at the park in the Romanian capital Bucharest alongside world personalities like Balzac, Victor Hugo, Tolstoy, Eminescu, Pet즬 etc. Albanian Foreign Minister Besnik Mustafaj was present

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Photo exhibition from Alket Islami

TIRANA, Oct. 2 – Alket Islami opened a photo exhibition in Bucharest during the Francophone meeting there. Islami introduced his pictures of Albania taken from above in the land and seas. He attracted special attention with pictures on the archaeological

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Albanian-Greek team to work at Antigonea archaeological site

GJIROKASTRA, Oct.3 – A joint Albanian-Greek team of archaeologists started working this week at the ancient Antigonea site in Gjirokastra trying to give a new look to the 200-year old site. The team will work to make more discoveries at

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Albania holds animal beauty contest

TIRANA, Oct. 4 – Albania held Wednesday a beauty contest for animals. The firs such a contest is believed to have been held in England in 1873. owners of many cats and dogs convened at the International Cultural Center to

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U.S. Gives $24,000 to Produce Encyclopedia of Albania’s Iso-polyphony

TIRANA, Sept. 29 – The United States gave Albania a grant to produce an Encyclopedia of the Albanian Iso-Polyphony music. The deal was signed from U.S. Ambassador Marcie B. Ries and Albanian Minister of Tourism, Culture, Youth, and Sports Bujar

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Albania’s 12th film festival

TIRANA, Oct.2 – Albania’s 12th film festival started Monday with a red carpet laid from the National Theater to the Millennium 2 cinema, but also blocking the street to the cars. On both sides of that 50 or so meters

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                    [post_content] => KRUJA, Oct. 10 - Gjergj Kastrioti Skenderbeu museum in Kruja has attracted some 34,000 visitors during the last three months, or 6,000 more than a year ago. During summer the museum stayed open more than normal to cope with the influx of visitors. Museum head Medi Hafizi said there were groups from all over the world interested to have a look there from Portugal, Switzerland, Ireland, Denmark, Poland, Japan, Austria, and many other countries. During September there were some 400 visitors from the United States in organized visits. There have also been students coming from Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia and naturally from Kosova. Kosovar visitors living in European countries have brought their friends there to visit the museum. The ethnographic museum located at an old house of 1764 has also attracted many visitors.
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                    [post_content] => DURR̓, Oct. 7 - Jozef gallery in Durres welcomed works from four painters from Tirana. Durres citizens may have a look at 24 works from Klement Zoraqi, Ahilino Palushi, Flutura Maci and Adriana Puleshi, all members of the Busulla art association.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct.2 - Albania's 12th film festival started Monday with a red carpet laid from the National Theater to the Millennium 2 cinema, but also blocking the street to the cars. On both sides of that 50 or so meters long street one could see the actors, films and producers of the Albanian cinematography. The festival was held after a six-year absence. The launching ceremony was held at the Millennium 2 cinema, the only one in the Albanian capital. Participants hoped that holding the festival would bring more dignity to their profession which has been sidestepped in post-communist Albania.
Films in the morning are free while in the afternoon and evening with invitations. The festival will have films, documentaries, alternative and cartoon films. There are also films from Kosova, for the first time in festivals in Albania. "This edition is a cultural event that will bring the most distinguished achievements also because of the lack of the festival since six years," said president of the festival Xhevdet Ferri.

Events:

Date 05.10.2006
The section of artistic film in Millennium Cinema
At  9.00 the film "Yllka" by the film director Ylli Pepo.
At 10.30 the film "Letra ere" ("Wind letters") by the film director Edmond Budina.
At 18.00 the film "Parrullat"  ("The slogan") by the film director Gjergji Xhuvani.
At 20.30 the film "Syri magjik" ("The magic eye") by the film director Kujtim Cashku.

The section of documentary film at the National Theater ( amphitheater 1)
At 10.00 the film "Enciklopedia qe ecen ne kembe"  ("Encyclopedia that walks on her feet") by the film director  Kujtim Gjonaj.
At 11.00 the film "Renjet e mia jane te Arberia"  ("My roots are in Arberia") by the film director Lirio Nushi.
At 17.00 the film "Aleksandri i Madh i Shqipetareve" (The great Aleksander of the Albanians) by the film director Namik Ajazi.
At 19.00 the film "Diogjeni i qyteterimit te madh" ("Diogjeni of the big civilization) by the film director Viktor Gjika.

The section of the alternative & animated film at the National Theatre (amphitheater 2)
At 10.00 the film "Proshenca dhe hena" ("Prshenca and the moon") by the film director Ergys Faja
the film "Ura" ("The bridge") by the film director Artur Muharremi
the film " Rituali" ("The ritual") by the film director Albert Malltezi
At 12.00 the film "Lule bore" ("Snow flower") by the film director Robert Budina
At 18.00 the film "Lulet e nje nate dimri" ("The flower of a winter night") by the film directorIbrahim Mucaj
At 19.00  the film "Valsi i lunturise" ("The dance of happiness") by the film director Armando Bora

Date 06.10.2006
The section of artistic film in Millennium Cinema
At 9.00 the film "Parrullat"  ("The slogan") by the film director Gjergji Xhuvani
At 11.00  the film"Syri magjik" ("The magic eye") by the film director Kujtim Cashku
At 18.00 the film "Kukumi" by the film director Isa Qosja
At 20.30 the film "Tirana viti 0" ("Tirana year 0") by the film director Fatmir Koci. 

The section of documentary film at the National Theater ( amphitheater 1)
At 11.00 the film "Ikona e loteve" ("The icon of tears") by the film director Ilir Kabashi.
At 17.00 the film "Harmonia" ("The harmony") by the film director Burbuqe Berisha.
At 19.00 the film "Fshati pa emer" ("The village without name") by the film director Esat Myliu 

The section of the alternative & animated film at the National Theatre (amphitheater 2)
At 10 the film "Kam nje kungulleshe" "I have a pumkin") by the film director Gjin Varfi.
the film "Metamorfoza" ("The metamorphosis")  by the film director Artur Dauti.
the film "Porta e luanit" ("The door of lion") by the film director Artan Marku.
the film "Bese ujku" ("Wolf troth")  by the film director Gjin Varfri.
At 11.00 the film "Bir" ("Son") by the film director Ilir Hunci.
At 12.00 the film "E di se e kam patur nje titull porŢ ("I know that I had a title butŢ) by the film director Arben Kastrati.
 At  18.00 the film "Nje weekend jashte sezonit" ("An weekend out of season")  by the film director Ilir Harxhi.
At 19.00  the film "Antigona"  by the film director Burim Mustafa.

Date 07.10.2006
The section of artistic film in Millennium Cinema
At 9.00 the film "Kukumi" by the film director Isa Qosja
At 11.00 the film "Tirana viti 0" ("Tirana year 0") by the film director Fatmir Koci
At 18.00 the film "Anatema" by the film director Agim Sopi. 
At 20.30 the film "Gjioleka i biri i Abazit" ("Gjoleka the son of Abaz") by the film director Dhimiter Anagosti.

The section of documentary film at the National Theater ( amphitheater 1)
At 11.00 the film "Oxhaku" ("The chimney") by the film  director Ajten Mehmenti.
At 12.00 "Larg Hakemarrjes" ("Away form..") by the film director Mertia Cocoli.
At 18.00 the film "Omar Kaleshi" by the film director Esat Ibro.
At 19.00 the film "Rruga Egnatia" ("Egnatia street") by the film director  Vladimir Prifti. 

The section of the alternative & animated film at the National Theatre (amphitheater 2)
At 10.00 the film "Korbi dhe dhelpra" ("The crow and the fox") by the film  director Bujar Kapexhiu.
the film "Ishulli" (" The island")  by the film  director  Rikarda Nova.
the film "Kafene" ("Bar")  by the film  director  Shaqir Veseli.
the film "Kohet moderne" ("The modern times")   by the film  director Artan Marku.
the film "Les Flouves"  by the film  director Stefan Taci.
the film "Nente nete e nente dite ("Nine night and nine days")  by the film  director Artur Dauti
At 12.00 the film Ikja" ("The escape") by the film  director Gazment Nela
At 18.00 the film "Cdo te thote" ("What does it mean") by the film  director Pluton Vasi
At 19.00  the film "Gaz" ("Gas")  by the film  director Bujar Alimani

 Date 08.10.2006
The section of artistic film in Millennium Cinema
At 9.00 the film "Anatema" by the film director Agim Sopi.
At 11.00 the film "Gjioleka i biri i Abazit" ("Gjoleka the son of Abaz") by the film director Dhimiter Anagosti.
At 18.00 the film "Vera" by the film director  Artan Minarrolli.
At 20.30 the film "Trishtimi I zonjes Shnajder" ("The sadness of the lady Shnajder")  by the film director Pirro Miklani.

The section of the alternative & animated film at the National Theatre (amphitheater 2)
At 10.00 the film "50 leke" by the film director Borin Leka
    the film "Nje pritje e mundshme" ("A possible wait") by the film director Andi Haxhihyseni.
the film "Vonesa" ("The delay") by the film director Valon Bajroga.
the film "Lamtumire" ("Farewell") by the film director Klajd Papadhimitri.
At 12.00 the film "89 cent" by the film director Dhimiter Ismaili.

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